KHL Honors Nizhnekamsk Goalkeeper, Moscow Defender, and Sabir Forward as Best Players of the Week
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Nizhnekamsk “Neftekhimik” goalkeeper Philip Dolganov, near-Moscow “Vityaz” defender Jeremy Roy, and “Sabir” forward Taylor Beck were recognized as the best players of the week in the Continental Hockey League (KHL), according to the organization’s website.
Philip Dolganov – Goalkeeper of the Week
Dolganov, in his first career recognition, contributed to his team’s three consecutive wins this week. He had an impressive save percentage of 96.67% and achieved two clean sheets in two matches.
Jeremy Roy – Defensive Player of the Week
Roy, also receiving his first career recognition, scored 5 points (2 goals + 3 assists) in three matches. He consistently maintained a positive score with an overall value of “+5”.
Taylor Beck – Striker of the Week
Beck, making his second appearance on the list, achieved 7 points (2 goals + 5 assists) in four games. Similar to Roy, Beck consistently maintained a positive score with an overall value of “+2”.
Dmitry Pushlenikov – Best Newcomer
For the first time in his career, Vladivostok Admiral forward Dmitry Pushlenikov was recognized as the best newcomer. He scored 3 points (1 goal + 2 assists) in three games this week and showcased his skills in power plays, blocked shots, and puck tackles.