KHL.ru unveils new records hit in the tenth week of the regular season according to the data gathered by microchips and smart pucks.

Last week, we presented players' records in the first part of the regular season. Today, KHL.ru presents the results in three categories: hardest shot, single-game distance, and top speed.

Osipov leads the way in November

Last week, the author of the hardest shot was Admiral's defenseman Alexander Osipov. During the Sunday's game against SKA, the defenseman hit 164.5 km/h (102.22 mph). Before Osipov's laser, which, however, missed the net, the month's record belonged to Lokomotiv's Jakub Nakladal with 163.6 km/h (101.66 mph). However, this is not a season-high: Traktor's Sergei Tereshchenko fired the puck at a blistering 168.9 km/h (104.97 mph) on Sep. 15 against Kunlun Red Star.

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Voynov's 7,965 meters

Last week, the single-game distance record was an affair between Avangard and Dinamo Minsk players. Before the first Euro Hockey Tour pause, Drew Shore, who already left Belarus, set a record with 6,876 meters in a game. However, on Nov. 16, at the Minsk Arena, Vyacheslav Voynov set a new record which will be hardly beaten in this regular season. Logging 36 minutes and 11 seconds on the ice, with a single shift of 3 minutes and 5 seconds, he ran an incredible 7,965 meters.

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Dinamo Riga's fast skaters

After the EHT pause, Dinamo Riga played four games in a week, and American defenseman Ben Marshall set a new top-speed record with 38.5 km/h. However, if taking the whole month, Marshall's sprint is just the fifth-best result. November's leader is his teammate, Carter Ashton, with 39.0 km/h. So far, the season-high belongs to yet another Dinamo Riga's forward, Mikelis Redlihs, with 39.8 km/h.

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