The Kontinental Hockey League’s commission has determined the best players of the Regular Season’s third month in four categories.

In September, the League’s teams played a total of 110 games, with 681 players (55 goalies, 227 defensemen, and 399 forwards) taking part in the action.

— Best goalie was Dominik Furch (Dinamo Minsk), who won six of eight games in November, including one shutout. The Czech international faced 250 shots, or 31.2 per night, stopping 93.6% with a goals-against average of 1.98. Furch’s longest shutout streak was 100 minutes and 54 seconds long.


— Best defenseman was Alexei Emelin (Avangard), who won seven of nine games with his team in November, posting 5 (1+4) points and a +5 rating. The Hawks’ blueliner scored the game-winner in the away match against Barys. In November, Emelin had 16 shots on goal, recorded 13 hits, and blocked 19 shots.


— Best forward was Dmitrij Jaskin (Dynamo Moscow), who won seven of eleven games with his team in November, scoring 12 (7+5) points with a plus-6 rating. The Dynamo forward posted a hat-trick against Dinamo Riga (including the game-winner), and doubles against CSKA (including the game-winner) and Traktor. Jaskin also recorded 33 hits and blocked four shots.


— Best rookie was forward Ivan Chekhovich (Torpedo), who scored 8 (2+6) points in nine games, with a plus-2 rating. The 21-years-old forward scored points in seven games, had 20 shots on goal, logged an average time on ice of 17 minutes and 49 seconds, and blocked six shots.


Alessandro Seren Rosso Alessandro Seren Rosso
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