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

Yermakov: November's superman

In the latest seven days, the author of the hardest shot was Sibir's blueliner Andrei Yermakov. Facing Torpedo, his slapshot recorded 166,7 km/h (103.58 mph). However, Traktor's Sergei Tereshchenko fired the puck at a blistering 168.9 km/h (104.97 mph) on Sep. 15 against Kunlun Red Star.


Avangard's records

The Hawks keep on showing fantastic stamina on the ice as well, and four players from Avangard lead the single-game distance run stats. Just as it was the case last week, Vyacheslav Voynov took the first spot with 6,842 meters – which, however, didn't beat his record, set at 7,965 meters. Considering how Bob Hartley's side is plagued by injuries, it's not a surprise to see such numbers.


A fast wolfpack

Neftekhimik's players keep on recording high numbers in the top speed category, even if with other players. This week, the best was Marat Khairullin, who hit 39.0 km/h (24.23 mph). So far, the season-high belongs to Dinamo Riga's forward Mikelis Redlihs with 39.8 km/h (24.73 mph).

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Alessandro Seren Rosso Alessandro Seren Rosso
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