Forward “SKA-1946” Krovyakov recognized as the most valuable hockey player in the playoffs of the MHL

MOSCOW, April 25 – Forward of the St. Petersburg club “SKA-1946” Maxim Krovyakov was recognized as the most valuable player of the completed Kharlamov Cup.
On Monday, for the first time in history, St. Petersburg became the winners of the Youth Hockey League (MHL), winning the final playoff series against the capital’s Red Army with a score of 4-2. 19-year-old Krovyakov became the top scorer of the Kharlamov Cup, scoring 23 points (6 goals and 17 assists) in 17 playoff matches.
The best sniper of the playoffs was the 17-year-old forward of “SKA-1946” Matvey Michkov with 13 goals, who in the decisive match of the final series (3:2) became the author of the winning goal, performing it in lacrosse style (throw from behind the gate) .

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