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2012-12-29 (Saturday)

Goals/Saves/Hits of the week


Video: “KHL Top-10: Goals” (4:25 – Dec 29, 2012)
1. Alexander Ovechkin (Dynamo Moscow)
2. Jakub Voracek (Lev Praha)
3. Michal Vondrka (Slovan)
4. Pyotr Schastlivy (Torpedo)
5. Lukas Kaspar (Donbass)
6. Nikolai Kulemin (Metallurg Magnitogorsk)
7. Evgeni Malkin (Metallurg Magnitogorsk)
8. Nikolai Lemtyugov (Atlant)
9. Andris Dzerins (Dinamo Riga)
10. Rastislav Spirko (Avtomobilist)


Video: “KHL Top-10: Saves” (3:39 – Dec 29, 2012)
1. Vasily Koshechkin (Severstal)
2. Lars Haugen (Dinamo Minsk)
3. Vitaly Koval (Torpedo)
4. Karri Ramo (Avangard)
5. Michael Garnett (Traktor)
6. Iiro Tarkki (Salavat Yulaev)
7. Curtis Sanford (Lokomotiv)
8. Rastislav Stana (CSKA)
9. Jaroslav Janus (Slovan)
10. Anton Khudobin (Atlant)


Video: “KHL Top-10: Hits” (2:55 – Dec 29, 2012)
1. Mikhail Pashnin (Lokomotiv)
2. Andrei Zubarev (Salavat Yulaev)
3. Roman Kukumberg (Slovan)
4. Sergei Zinovyev (Salavat Yulaev)
5. Kirill Koltsov (Salavat Yulaev)
6. Andrej Stastny (Slovan)
7. Alexei Yemelin (Ak Bars)
8. Alexander Svitov (Salavat Yulaev) VS Nathan Oystrick (Lev Praha)
9. Konstantin Korneyev (Ak Bars)
10. Matti Kupparinen (Avangard)
(Go to the source, youtube/KHLofficialvideo, for more KHL videos.)

Players of the week

Players of the 14th Week:
Best goaltender:
Karri Ramo (Avangard – Finnish goaltender)

Best defenseman:
Kevin Dallman (SKA – Canadian defenseman)

Best attacker:
Evgeny Malkin (Metallurg Magnitogorsk – Russian forward)

Best rookie:
Alexander Sharychenkov (Dynamo Moscow – Russian goaltender)
(Go to the source, khl.ru, to find out why they were chosen.)

Updated 2013-01-01:
Players of the 15th Week:
Best goaltender:
Jeff Glass (Sibir – Canadian goaltender)

Best defenseman:
Ilya Nikulin (Ak Bars – Russian defenseman)

Best attacker:
Sergei Mozyakin (Metallurg Magnitogorsk – Russian forward)

Best rookie:
Tomas Rachunek (Lev Praha – Czech forward)
(Go to the source, khl.ru, to find out why they were chosen.)