The Kontinental Hockey League’s commission has determined the best player of the third month of the Regular Season – November – in four categories.

- Best goalie was Timur Bilyalov (Ak Bars), who won four from six games, including two shutouts. On November 14, the Kazan netminder posted a new record in the top Russian flight with a shutout series of 316 minutes and 09 seconds. Bilyalov stopped 96.18% of the 131 shots he faced, with a goals-against average of 0.93 (both figures are the best of November).

- Best defenseman was Mikko Lehtonen (Jokerit), who won five from nine matches with his team, scoring 5 (3+2) points with a plus-6 rating. Jokerit’s Finn blueliner posted a double against Amur and the game-winning goal against Torpedo. Lehtonen had 43 shots on goal (best figure of November among defensemen), recorded six hits, and blocked five shots from the opposition.

- Best forward was Dmitrij Jaskin (Dynamo Moscow), who won six from nine matches with his team, scoring 14 (6+8) points (best result of the month) with a plus-5 rating. The Dynamo forward posted a double in the away match against Neftekhimik and scored the game-winning goal against Barys and Lokomotiv. Moreover, Jaskin had 29 shots on goal, recorded 28 hits, and blocked 7 shots from the opposition,

- Best rookie was forward Kirill Marchenko (SKA), who won all 8 games with his team, scoring 6 (3+3) points, including the game-winning goal against Kunlun Red Star. The SKA forward posted no negative ratings, ending November being plus-6. Marchenko logged an average time on ice of 10 minutes and 02 seconds.