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The November winners of the photo contest, jointly organized by the Kontinental Hockey League and Canon for KHL accredited journalists, were announced. presents you November's top 10.

The KHL and Canon photo contest is in its third season. The winners will become the proud owners of new Canon cameras. This year, the participants can submit their shots in two categories, ‘Game’ and ‘Fans.’

The interim winners will be chosen each month by a jury that includes execs, athletes, and journalists. The jury lines up Sergey Kivrin and Andrey Golovanov – both masters of sports photography in Russia; Innokenty Pan – representative of the support program for professional photographers to Canon in Russia; Vladimir Bezzubov – head of the KHL photo Agency; Valery Kamensky – Olympic champion and member of the Triple Gold Club; Sergei Shirokov – Olympic and World champion, currently a forward for Avangard; Daria Mironova – KHL TV and Match TV presenter; Pavel Lysenkov – journalist, and many others.

Only KHL accredited photographers can participate in the photo contest. All the submitted works must be taken during Kontinental Hockey League games. To apply, a photographer must register at and upload their works. Each photo should have a title, a short description, and technical specifications. Any entrant can submit up to five images a month in each category.

At the end of each month, the five best shots in each category qualify for the final judging. The jury’s last meeting is scheduled from April 27 through 29, 2020. The champion of champions will be announced on April 30 (tentative date) with just one overall winner in each category.

The best image “in the game” will win a Canon EOS R RF 24-105 F4 L IS USM and a trip to the 2019/2020 KHL Closing Ceremony. The best shot of the fans will win a lens Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS III USM.

Ivan Sekretaryov, Rossiya Segodniya news agency:

- The season is gaining momentum, just like our competition. Players and photographers alike are approaching the top of their game and the finish line is starting to come into view. As I review the latest work of the contestants, I can see enviable progress. The images are excellent, it is difficult to choose the best, but at the same time it’s a fascinating task. Like the fans, I’m looking forward to the rest of the season. I am sure it will be exciting and unpredictable.

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