Six players from five teams were named top players of January in their respective conferences. With this MHL concludes regular season action in January.
Eastern Conference top goaltender. Dmitry Lozebnikov, Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk
19-year-old goaltender played 7 games in January (423 minutes), winning 6 of them and allowing 10 goals. He also enjoyed 2 shutout wins. His Goals Against Average was 1.42. His Save Percentage was 95.0 on average per game. Overall he stopped 227 shots out of 237.
Western Conference top goaltender. Daniil Yakovlev, Loko Yaroslavl
18-year-old netminder played 4 games (239 minutes) in January, winning 4 of them and allowing 6 goals. His Goals Against Average was 1.05. His Save Percentage was 94.0 on average per game. Overall he stopped 102 shots out of 108.
Eastern Conference top defenseman. Eduard Nasybullin, Irbis Kazan
20-year-old defenseman played 11 games for Kazan in January, scoring 4 goals and notched 7 assists for 11 points. He was also a plus-10 and he got 12 penalty minutes.
Western Conference top defenseman. Pavel Elshansky, МHC Dinamo St. Petersburg
19-year-old defenseman played 8 games in January, scoring 2 goals and notching 6 assists for 8 points. He was also a plus-7 and he got 2 penalty minutes.
Eastern Conference top forward. Ilya Avramenko, Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk
18-year-old forward played 9 games in January, scoring 8 goals and adding 5 assists to that for 13 points. He left the ice without a single point in just 3 games. He enjoyed a 2-goal game, a hat-trick and a 4-goal game. Avramenko is currently second on Stalnye Lisy in scoring with 41 points (17 goals and 24 assists).
Western Conference top forward. Pavel Krutiy, Amurskie Tigry Khabarovsk