Liiga Report – February 2018

niko

2018-02-16

 

Miro Heiskanen keeps doing Miro Heiskanen things. He and Eeli Tolvanen have been named to the Finnish Olympic team.

 

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Kristian Vesalainen of the HPK Hämeenlinna had an amazing month in January. Seven goals and 14 points in 10 games. His 19 goals and 38 points in 42 games is good enough to land him at 16th place in league scoring. Vesalainen has not been able to keep his pace up through the start of February, but is still rolling along nicely with four goals and five points in six games. This scoring outburst did not come with an assistance from an unsustainable shooting percentage. Vesalainen has been steadily shooting at around 13% t