After a short break for the annual Karjala Cup in Finland, the KHL has resumed play. After 20 games of a season, a better picture of who the top teams will be comes into clearer focus. So let's check out the rankings. (All records are as of 11/12/2009) á The Elite Salavat Yulaev Ufa (16-3-3, first-Chernyshev) Last Five: 5-0-0 Salavat Yulaev is absolutelyáon fire under Russian national coach Vyacheslav Bykov and have been scoring goals at will. They are the definition of an offensive juggernaut. In their last five outings, they have registed victories of 6-0, 6-1, and 7-1, with two of those coming away from home. They fitting lead the league by a mile in goals scored with 86, but maybe more impressively, every player on the roster has a positive plus/minus. Alexander Radulov leads the pa ...
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