Originally Posted by Carcillo
Hedman on the other hand has 18 assists in 22 games in KHL. That's good enough for 8th amongst all D-men in that league. Hedman is 4th in scoring in his team and the leading scorer (Brandon Bochenski) has 25 points in 32 games.
Keep in mind as well that Hedman has played around 10 games less than the dmen that are ahead of him in scoring. He would be 2nd with the same games played.