Last week, the League’s teams played a total of 31 games, with 550 players (35 goalies, 182 defensemen, and 333 forwards) taking part in the action.
— Best goalie was Ivan Bocharov (Dynamo Moscow), who won three games last week, including one shutout. Keeping a clean sheet in the match against Neftekhimik, the Russian netminder posted his second shutout in the season. Bocharov faced 78 shots, or 26 per night, stopping the 96.15% with a goals-against average of 1.01.
— Best defenseman was Ville Pokka (Avangard), who won two away games with his team last week, scoring one goal and one assist. His tally against Amur was the game-winner. Pokka finished both matches with a positive rating, ending the week being plus-3. The Finn defenseman had five shots on goal, recorded five hits, and blocked six shots from the opposition. Pokka logged an average time on ice of 24 minutes and 06 seconds (best result of the week).
— Best forward was Dmitrij Jaskin (Dynamo Moscow), who won three games from three last week, including an away match. He scored 7 (5+2) points, ending up as the top-scorer of the week. The Dynamo forward had a hat-trick against Dinamo Riga (including the game-winner), and a double in the away clash against Traktor. Jaskin posted no negative ratings, ended the week being plus-5, had twelve shots on goal, recorded eleven hits, and blocked three shots from the opposition.
— Best rookie was forward Andrei Chivilev (Neftekhimik), who posted his first and second goal in the KHL in the clashes against CSKA and Spartak (the game-winner). The 20-years-old Neftekhimik forward logged an average time on ice of 11 minutes and 38 seconds.