Without Koshechkin and Mozyakin. Metallurg beat Jokerit 550 points of Sergey Mozyakin in the regular championships for Metallurg

100 goals by Nikolay Kulemin in the regular seasons in Superleague and KHL championships for Metallurg

On January 28, in Moscow in the game against Spartak one significant event took place in the history of Magnitogorsk hockey. For the first time, Metallurg's pupil scored a hundred goals in the regular Superleague and KHL championships as part of his own team.

Nikolai Kulemin's debut at Metallurg took place on September 17, 2005 in a home match against SKA. He scored the first goal in the sixth match in Perm against the local Molot. In that game he scored a double.

In his first season for Metallurg, Nikolay Kulemin scored 7 goals (2 of them in the playoffs) in 42 games and was named the best rookie of the 2005/06 Russian championship. Nikolay Kulemin announced himself loudly in the next championship, which became triumphant for Metallurg. 27 goals in 54 matches of the Russian regular championship!

For the third season in Metallurg, Kulemin again surpassed the mark of 20 goals, but there was no continuation. Nikolai went to conquer the NHL and said goodbye to the Metallurg fans for ten long years. However, in 2012 there was a lockout in the NHL, and three hockey heroes returned to Magnitogorsk: Malkin, Kulemin and Gonchar. Nikolay scored 14 more goals in 36 games, and again went overseas to return to Metallurg in five years.

Nikolay scored all of his 100 goals in the game. He became the seventh player in Metalurh's history to score 100 goals or more at the highest level in the regular season. To this goal, Nikolai went 299 matches.

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