Last week, the League’s teams played 28 games, with 561 players (41 goalies, 185 defensemen, and 335 forwards) taking part in the action. The scoring was at 4.57 goals per game.
— Best goalie for the first time in his career was Patrick Bartosak (Amur), who won two games of two. He faced 69 shots, or 34.5 per game, posting a saves percentage of 98.55% and a goals-against average of 0.50. Amur allowed no goals to Traktor on a 2:0 win, but Bartosak didn’t play 54 seconds of the game and wasn’t accredited with a shutout.
— Best defenseman for the fifth time in his career was Anton Belov (Dynamo Moscow), who scored 2 (1+1) points in three games. Belov posted no negative ratings, with a plus-7 differential. He also recorded one hit and blocked five shots. His latest Defenseman of the week award was on 2014-2015 first week.
— Best forward for the sixth time in his career and the second time in the current season was Vadim Shipachyov (Dynamo Moscow), who scored 8 (3+5) points in three games. Shipachyov posted no negative ratings, with a plus-7 differential. In the game against Ak Bars (4:1), he posted a double. Shipachyov had nine shots on goal and earned two powerplays for his team.
— Best rookie for the first time in his career was Takhir Mingachyov (CSKA), who scored 2 (1+1) points in two games last week. He logged an average time on ice of 9 minutes and 51 seconds, had three shots on goal, and recorded three hits.