Last week, the League’s teams played 30 games, with 529 players (40 goalies, 174 defensemen, and 315 forwards) taking part in the action. The scoring was at 5.77 goals per game.
- Best goalie for the first time in his career was Dmitry Shikin (Vityaz), who won three games of three last week. Shikin faced 103 shots (or 34.3 per night), posting a saves percentage of 95.15% and a goals-against average of 1.66. In the Wednesday game against Barys (5:0), the Vityaz netminder posted his first shutout of the season.
- Best defenseman for the first time in his career was Alexander Nikishin (SKA), who scored 5 (1+4) points in three games last week. Nikishin also recorded five hits, blocked three shots, and earned one powerplay for the St. Petersburg side. He logged an average of 21 minutes and 18 seconds of time on ice.
- Best forward for the first time in his career was Ryan Spooner (Dinamo Minsk), who posted 6 (5+1) points in three games last week. In the games against Avangard (6:3) and Salavat Yulaev (2:4), the Canadian forward posted a double. He also recorded one hit, blocked one shot, had one steal, and logged an average time on ice of 18 minutes and 53 seconds.
- Best rookie for the first time in his career was forward Denis Vengryzhanovsky (Torpedo), who scored 4 (1+3) points in two games last week. The forward scored all his points in powerplay situations, and had eight shots on goal and one steal, and logged an average time on ice of 15 minutes and 9 seconds.