Last week, including Feb. 11 and 14’s games, the League’s teams played a total of 33 games, with 570 players (43 goalies, 190 defensemen, and 337 forwards) taking part in the action. The average goals-per-game was at 5.18.
— Best goalie for the second time in his career was Ivan Fedotov (Traktor), who won two games last week against Metallurg and CSKA, respectively. Fedotov faced 81 shots — or 40.5 per night — posting a 95.06% saves percentage and a goals-against average of 1.98. Fedotov was first awarded Best goalie honors in the 22nd week of the 2019-2020 season.
New bar is set for Ivan Fedotov. pic.twitter.com/1m02GjGcLc— KHL (@khl_eng) February 20, 2021
— Best defenseman for the first time in his career was Andrei Sergeyev (Dynamo Moscow), who won three games from three with his team last week. Sergeyev scored 6 (2+4) points and posted no negative ratings, ending the week being plus-4. The Russian defenseman had seven shots on goal, recorded four hits, blocked three shots, and earned two powerplays for his team.
— Best forward for the third time in his KHL career was Stephane Da Costa (Ak Bars), who scored 6 (4+2) points in three games. The forward posted no negative ratings, ending the week being plus-2. Da Costa had 13 shots on goal, recorded three hits, and blocked two shots.
— Best rookie for the second straight week was Klim Kostin (Avangard), who won two games from three with his team last week. The forward scored the game-winning goal against Torpedo. He also had ten shots on goal, recorded 17 hits, and blocked two shots. Kostin also logged an average time on ice of 19 minutes and 22 seconds.