The Kontinental Hockey League’s commission has determined the best players of the sixth week of the Regular Season in four categories.

- best goalie was Edward Pasquale (Barys), who posted two away wins last week, including one shutout – allowing only one goal in total. The Canadian goalie had a 98.39% saves percentage (best figure of the week), while his shutout in the Friday’s game against Sibir was his first shutout in the KHL. Pasquale’s shutout series is still active and is now at 85 minutes and 11 seconds.

- best defenseman was Mikko Lehtonen (Jokerit), who won three games with his team last week, scoring two goals, including the game-winner against Sochi. He also had the game-winning shootout in the Sunday’s match against Salavat Yulaev. Lehtonen posted no negative ratings, ending the week being plus-2. He also had 9 shots on goal.

- best forward was Martin Bakos (Admiral), who who three games with his team last week, including two road games, scoring 5 (3+2) points. The Slovakian international scored in each game last week, including the game-winning goal against Neftekhimik on Monday. Bakos posted no negative ratings, ending the week being plus-2.

- best rookie was defenseman Daniil Misyul (Lokomotiv), who won two (including one away) from three games last week with his team. In the Sunday’s match against Kunlun Red Star, the 18-years-old blueliner had the game-winning goal. Misyul logged an average time on ice of 10 minutes and 06 seconds, recorded three hits, and blocked two shots from the opposition.

Alessandro Seren Rosso Alessandro Seren Rosso
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