The season in numbers
Source: Club Press-Office
We continue our review of Kunlun Red Star’s thrilling debut KHL season with a rundown of some of the key numbers for our team.
4 – Chinese players who suited up for Kunlun in its debut season. The awesome foursome were Zach Yuen, Rudi Ying, Tianxiang Xia and Guanhua Wang.
7 – Tuukka Mantyla’s playoff points tally, the best on the team. Tuukka was also our most productive D-man in regular season, with 10+14=24 points.
8 – different nationalities represented in Kunlun colors in our debut season. The countries concerned were China, Russia, Canada, Finland, France, Slovakia, Sweden and the USA.
11 – points scored by Zach Yuen (3+8) in regular season, as he became the first Chinese player to score in KHL action.
14:00 – the game time when Sean Collins scored on Juha Metsola in Kunlun’s away game at Amur Khabarovk to claim our team’s first ever goal in the KHL.
28 – victories recorded in Kunlun’s debut KHL season.
40 – points scored by our leading scorer in regular season, Chad Rau (20 goals, 20 assists).
46 – saves made by Andrei Makarov at Spartak on October 1, earning Kunlun’s first ever shut-out.
65 – games played Runlun in total and four players – Chad Rau, Sean Collins, Tomas Marcinko and Zach Yuen – took part in all, with Brett Bellemore missing just one outing.
139 – goals scored in regular season action. The playoffs brought a further 12 markers from our five games against Magnitka.
1,605 – total shots saved by our goalies Tomi Karhunen, Andrei Makarov and Artyom Zagidulin in regular season. Between them, the trio had seven shut-outs.
7,832 – Kunlun’s biggest attendance of the season, for the game against Admiral on Sep. 5 in Beijing.
129,811km – total distance travelled by Kunlun Red Star to complete its 60-game regular season. The longest single journey was 7,647km between Beijing and Zagreb.