September is gone, but its Kontinental heroes are unveiled

September is gone, but its Kontinental heroes are unveiled

Marco Meneghetti03 Oct 2015Marco Meneghetti»

KHL Players of the Month revealed.


The Kontinental Hockey League has revealed the best players of the past month. Among the most valid elements who competed in September in the ice hockey arenas of Russia and of the neighbouring countries are:

Alexei Murygin, 28 years old, from Lokomotiv Yaroslavl. Active from 2005 onwards, the Russian goalie owns now the KHL records for the longest shutout ever: 266 minutes and 10 seconds! Furthermore, his GAA of 0.40 and a save percentage of 98.04 make him probably the best goalkeeper in the whole league at the moment.

Mat Robinson (Dynamo Moscow) was elected best defender. After a good college hockey and AHL career in the US, the Canadian player came to Europe, where he served in Sweden and Norway before coming in the KHL through Dinamo Riga. In his second year in Moscow, Mat totalized until now 15 points.

Sergei Mozyakin, the 34-year old captain of Metallurg Magnitogorsk, stands at the second place of the leading scorers' table with 19 points, a hat-trick and ten goals. The scoring leader of the KHL for four seasonsand former Gagarin Cup leader has been elected best forward.

The best rookie of the month was Roman Manukhov (Metallurg Novokuznetsk). In his second season in the KHL, Roman has already totalled 5 points and played in most of his team's games. The 21-year old originally from Ekaterinburg is a really promising defenceman, and we'll surely heard about him again in the future...

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