Last week, the league’s teams played 33 games, with 571 players (38 goalies, 184 defensemen, and 350 forwards) taking part in the action. The scoring was at 5.85 goals per game.
— Best goalie for the third time in his career was Ivan Fedotov (CSKA), who won three games from three last week. Fedotov faced 96 shots, saving the 96.88%. He posted a goals-against average of 0.98.
— Best defenseman for the second time in his career was Vyacheslav Voynov (Dynamo Moscow), who won two games of two with his team last week. Voynov scored 5 (0+5) points, posted no negative ratings, and compiled a plus-5 differential. He also recorded one hit, blocked one shot, and earned one powerplay for his team.
— Best forward for the first time in his career was Kalle Kossila (Jokerit), who won three games from three with his team last week. Kossila scored 6 (3+3) points, posted no negative ratings, and compiled a plus-4 differential. He had a 4-point (2+2) performance against Traktor, also netting the game-winner in OT. He also blocked four shots.
— Best rookie for the first time in his career was forward Matvei Michkov (SKA), who scored 3 (2+1) points in three games last week. Michkov potted a double against Admiral, becoming the second-youngest player ever to score a goal in the KHL. The 16-years-old had an average time on ice of 9 minutes and 56 seconds.