He registered an assist in his first game, so now he's scored as many points in the KHL as he has in the NHL.Barry Brust, Goaltender Brust, a former third-round pick with the Minnesota Wild in 2002, appeared in 11 games with the Los Angeles Kings in 2006-07.It'd be his only NHL action, as he spent most of his time in North America bouncing between the AHL and the ECHL.

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Jonathan Cheechoo, Right Wing A resume that includes a season with 56 goals and 37 assists is not very common among KHL players, but Cheechoo was brought down by injuries.

He scored the first goal of Mark Dekanich, Goaltender Dekanich has 50 minutes of NHL experience with the Nashville Predators.

He won Medvescak Zagreb's first game in the KHL in commanding 7-1 fashion this season.

Mike Glumac, Right Wing Glumac played in DEL the last three seasons, but he'll join Medvescak Zagreb this season.

The average NHL fan is aware of Ilya Kovalchuk's departure to the KHL this offseason.

I'm sure he or she may have heard about Nik Antropov, Alex Burmistrov, Wojtek Wolski and Alexei Ponikarovsky signing, too.

But what most don't realize is there were more than 30 players with NHL experience who signed in the KHL to head over for either their first full, non-lockout season in the KHL, or returned to the Russian league after playing in the NHL last season.

The KHL season got underway this week, and here, we'll rank every one of the aforementioned players. Y., native saw his first NHL action with the New Jersey Devils last season, but without an NHL contract, he now heads to Moscow to play for Spartak.

A Miami (Ohio) graduate, Glumac saw most of his NHL action in 2005-06 for the St. Evgeny Grachev, Left Wing It's hard to understand why Grachev's game didn't come together at a professional level.