Molodyozhnaya Hokkeynaya Liga (MHL) concludes September action and selects top three players every conference.
Top goaltender. Eastern Conference. Roman Golovanov (Reaktor Nizhnekamsk)
19-year-old Junior Club World Cup runner-up Golovanov played 11 games in September (620 minutes), getting four wins and allowing 12 goals. In two of those games Golovanov didn’t allow any goals and earned a shutout. His Goals Against Average was 1,16. His Save Percentage averaged 94,8%. Golovanov’s shutout streak lasted for 184 minutes and 54 seconds.
Top goaltender. Western Conference. Ilya Donchenko (Almaz Cherepovets)
18-year-old Almaz goaltender played five games in September (301 minutes), getting four wins and allowing six goals. Donchenko earned two shutouts over the stretch. His Goals Against Average was 1.19. His Save Percentage averaged 94.9%. Donchenko’s shutout streak lasted for 96 minutes and 18 seconds.
Top defenseman. Eastern Conference. Danil Schegolev (Omskie Yastreby Omsk Region)
20-year-old Schegolev played 11 games in September, scoring four goals and adding eight assists for a total of 12 points. He was also a plus-10. Schegolev scored two goals in the game against Sarmaty Orenburg. He also got 20 penalty minutes over the stretch.
Top defenseman. Western Conference. Vladislav Syomin (SKA-1946 St. Petersburg)
18-year-old Syomin played 12 games in September, scoring three goals. He was also a plus-12. Syomin scored a pair of goals in a rivalry game against MHC Dinamo St. Petersburg. He also got 20 penalty minutes over the stretch
Top forward. Eastern Conference. Igor Goleschikhin (Omskie Yastreby Omsk Region)
19-year-old Goleschikhin played 12 games in September, scoring 11 goals and adding five assists to that for a total of 16 points. Thus Goleschikhin was left off the scoreboard in just three games. He scored four goals in a game against Altay Ust-Kamenogorsk. He also had two 2-goal nights, two powerplay goals and one shorthanded marker. Two of Goleschikhin goals were game-winning goals.
Top forward. Western Conference. Alexei Polodyan (SKA-Serebryanye Lvy St. Petersburg)
18-year-old Polodyan played 12 games in September for ‘the Predators’, scoring five goals and picking up 13 assists for a total of 18 points. Polodyan currently tops Molodyozhnaya Hokkeynaya Liga in points. He scored one powerplay goal and two game-winning goals. Polodyan was left off the scoreboard in just two games.