SKA's fifth goal was the 500th scored in 123 KHL matches with head coach Oleg Znarok. Only former head coaches Nikolai Puchkov (1705 goals in 507 games), Boris Mikhailov (1576 goals in 620 games) and Barry Smith (513 goals in 185 matches) have seen more goals scored.
Ilya Kovalchuk made his 350th SKA appearance. So far, he boasts 357 (154+203) points.
Ilya Kablukov has played in 200 KHL regular season matches for SKA, taking 54 (16+38) points in those games.
Fellow forward Jarno Koskiranta has 59 (33+26) KHL regular season points with SKA from 150 matches.
Nikolai Prokhorkin set a new personal record. Taking five (4+1) points in the match against Admiral Vladivostok, beating his previous best of four points in one game.
Overall, Nikolai now has 54 (25+29) points in 103 SKA matches. Both of his two shorthanded goals in the KHL have come with SKA.
Nevertheless, Nikolai is already the second player to score four goals in one KHL match this campaign. Nikita Gusev did the same against Lokomotiv Yaroslavl on October 2, 2017.
On the third occasions this season, Nikita Gusev made three assists in one game.