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.