KHL.ru unveils new records hit in the thirteenth week of the regular season according to the data gathered by microchips and smart pucks and sums up the results of the season to the second EHT pause.

Lajunen's power

Before the second EHT pause, the hardest shot was taken by Vityaz's defenseman Ville Lajunen, who rocked the puck 167.8 km/h (104.27 mph) Lajunen's blistering shot was good for the third result of the season after Traktor's Sergei Tereshchenko (168.9 km/h/104.97 mph) and Admiral's Stepan Zakharchuk (168.8 km/h/104.70 mph).

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Voynov's 200 km

In the single-game longest distance category, Dinamo Minsk's Ryan Spooner topped Avtomobilist's Peter Holland by a mere nine meters, recording 6372 meters against Holland's 6363.

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However, if taking into account the whole season, Voynov's is the first player to have run more than 200 km (124 mi) with a total of 202,337 meters. Follows his Avangard teammate Kirill Semyonov with 198,337 meters.

#

Player

Club

Distance, m    

1

Vyacheslav Voynov   

Avangard

202337

2

Kirill Semyonov

Avangard

198337

3

Charles Genoway

Torpedo

192786

4

Philip Larsen

Salavat Yulaev   

183071

5

Linus Omark

Salavat Yulaev

182173

6

Jordan Schroeder

Torpedo

174974

7

Vadim Shipachyov

Dynamo Msc

174668

8

Mikko Lehtonen

Jokerit

174345

9

Morgan Ellis

Sochi

174185

10

Viktor Antipin

Metallurg

173958

In the distance with the puck category, Torpedo's blueliner Charles Genoway tops the League with more than 25 km out of his total 192 km. The best forward is Salavat Yulaev's Linus Omark, with more than 23 km.

#

Player

Club

Distance with a puck, m    

1

Charles Genoway

Torpedo

25283

2

Linus Omark

Salavat Yulaev   

23442

3

Mikko Lehtonen

Jokerit

22943

4

Vyacheslav Voynov

Avangard

20034

5

Vladimir Tkachyov   

SKA

20007

6

Viktor Antipin

Metallurg

19005

7

Mikael Ruohomaa

Sibir

18427

8

Darren Dietz

Barys

18118

9

Philip Larsen

Salavat Yulaev

17977

10

Michal Jordan

Amur

17974

Mons and Grebenshchikov: the League's fastest players

Once again, Neftekhimik players top the rankings for the fastest players in the KHL. The fastest wolf this time was Marat Khairullin, who reached 39.3 km/h (24.42 mph). Salavat Yulaev players tried to keep his pace, but unsuccessfully. However, the record still belongs to Avtomobilist young forward Ilya Ovchinnikov with 40.1 km/h (24.92 mph).

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However, the leaders in average speed are Vityaz's forwards Evgeny Mons and Svyatoslav Grebenshchikov. For the standings, only players with at least 40 km run in the season are counted.

#

Player

Club

Avg speed, km/h    

1

Evgeny Mons

Vityaz

16,5

2

Svyatoslav Grebenshchikov   

Vityaz

16,5

3

Sergei Goncharuk

Torpedo

16,4

4

Nikita Yazkov

Amur

16,3

5

Saku Maenalanen

Jokerit

16,3

6

Konstantin Okulov

CSKA

16,1

7

Cory Kane

Kunlun Red Star   

16

8

Igor Makarov

Avangard

16

9

Emil Galimov

Ak Bars

16

10

Antti Pihlstrom

Jokerit

16

Gragnani leads the way in passing accuracy

The most accurate passes keep on being delivered by international defensemen Philip Larsen (Salavat Yulaev), David Rundblad (SKA), and Marc-Andre Gragnani (Dinamo Minsk). This time, the Canadian Bison took over the lead.

#

Player

Club

Passes

Passing accurasy, %

1

Marc-Andre Gragnani

Dinamo Minsk

1044/1178

88,6

2

Philip Larsen

Salavat Yulaev

1225/1385

88,4

3

David Rundblad

SKA

857/973

88,1

4

Zakhar Arzamastsev

Salavat Yulaev

507/586

86,5

5

Jesse Virtanen

Traktor

1067/1243

85,8

6

Mikko Lehtonen

Jokerit

1072/1258

85,2

7

Vladislav Yeryomenko

Dinamo Minsk

643/756

85,1

8

Paul Szchechura

Torpedo

355/418

84,9

9

Mikael Wikstrand

Ak Bars

790/931

84,9

10

Alexei Vasilevsky

Avtomobilist

724/854

84,8

Alessandro Seren Rosso Alessandro Seren Rosso
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