KALYAYEV STOPS 81 SHOTS, PORYADIN LEADS THE LEAGUE IN PLAYOFF SCORING. JHL WEEK IN NUMBERS

KALYAYEV STOPS 81 SHOTS, PORYADIN LEADS THE LEAGUE IN PLAYOFF SCORING. JHL WEEK IN NUMBERS
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20.03.2017 в 12:00
KALYAYEV STOPS 81 SHOTS, PORYADIN LEADS THE LEAGUE IN PLAYOFF SCORING. JHL WEEK IN NUMBERS
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22 Kharlamov Cup playoff games were played last week in Junior Hockey League.

Home teams enjoyed 10 regulation wins and three overtime wins. Visiting teams prevailed 6 times in regulation, twice in overtime and once in the shootout.

Overall the teams combined for 125 goals. Home teams got 64 tallies, while visiting teams found the back of the net 61 times. There were 5.68 goals scored on average per game.

There were no hat-tricks or 4-goal performances. Nikita Soshnin (Irbis Kazan), Konstantin Parkhomenko and Ivan Yemets (both – Kuznetskie Medvedi Novokuznetsk) enjoyed 2-goal games, while Pavel Poryadin and Danil Voyevodin (both – Reaktor Nizhnekamsk), Roman Krikunenko and Ivan Romanov (both – Loko Yaroslavl), Daniil Lapin, Nikita Mikhailov and Nikita Shashkov (all – Sibirskie Snaipery Novosibirsk Region), Alexander Podkorytov (Belye Medvedi Chelyabinsk), Pavel Podluboshnov and Nikita Popugayev (both – Krasnaya Armiya Moscow) and Anton Nazarevich (MHC Dinamo St. Petersburg) did that twice.

Pavel Poryadin (Reaktor) topped the league in scoring with 7 points (4 goals, 3 assists). He also led the league in goal-scoring with four tallies last week.

Nikita Moyseyev (SKA-1946 St. Petersburg) led all defensemen in scoring with 4 points (0 goals, 4 assists) in five contests.

Mikhail Byakin (Krasnaya Armiya) led the league in plus/minus category as he was a plus-6 after five games.

Four goaltenders enjoyed shutout wins – Konstantin Volkov (SKA-1946), Kirill Ustimenko (MHC Dinamo St. Petersburg), Ilya Konovalov (Loko) and Andrei Skovronsky (MHC Spartak Moscow).

Maxim Kalyayev (Irbis) led the league in saves with 81.

The most ‘popular’ final score was – 4-3 OT. It was registered in three contests.

Most goals came 39 minutes in – six goals were registered that minute.

The teams combined for 676 penalty minutes (320 – home, 356 – away), which is an average of 30,73 penalty minutes per game.

The game between MHC Dinamo St. Petersburg and Krasnaya Armiya Moscow on March 16th featured the most penalty minutes. The teams combined for 74 penalty minutes (splitting it equally). The least amount of penalty minutes was registered in the game between Avto Yekaterinburg and Reaktor Nizhnekamsk, which took place on the same day. The teams combined for 14 penalty minutes (6 and 8 minutes respectively).

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