Exactly 50 years ago, on 22 April 1971, SKA defeated Spartak Moscow 4:3 at the Yubileyny Sports Palace at home to claim their maiden bronze medal in the history of the USSR championship.
This marked SKA's first ever medal in the domestic league.
These following 14 players and two coaches are indeed members of the SKA Hall of Fame:
№1. Nikolai Puchkov (senior coach), №2. Konstantin Menshikov, №3. Valeri Egorov, №4. Oleg Churashov, №4. Valeri Shilov (coach), №6. Pavel Kozlov (team captain), №8. Valentin Panyukhin, №9. Yury Glazov, №11. Pyotr Andreev, №12. Sergei Solodukhin, №14. Dmitry Kopchyonov, №15. Igor Shchurkov, №16. Vitaly Kustov, №17. Vyacheslav Solodukhin, №19. Igor Grigoryev, №20. Vladimir Shepovalov.
You can read more information concerning the achivement in this following online book. Please note that it is only available in the Russian language.