The second goal was the 150th scored by SKA in the 2018/2019 KHL campaign. No other league club has registered this amount of goals yet.
This was SKA's largest victory against HC Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg in KHL history. Previously, our team had beaten these opponents by a difference of four goals on five occasions, with three coming at home and two on the road. However, on 5 November 1986, SKA did defeat Avtomobilist 9:3 on the road in the USSR championship. Interestingly, current Avtomobilist head coach Andrei Martemyanov was a player for the Yekaterinburg team in that game.
The last time when SKA tallied a clean sheet in Yekaterinburg was on November 21, 2010 (1:0).
Viktor Tikhonov boasts 151 (74+77) points in 293 KHL regular season matches for SKA.
Defenseman Artyom Zemchyonok gained two (1+1) points in one SKA KHL game for the first time in his career.
Andrei Kuzmenko (13 assists) and Vladislav Gavrikov (10 assists) now have personal KHL record in terms of assists in one single regular season.
Forward Evgeny Ketov scored his maiden goal of the 2018/2019 KHL season.
With 13 (6+7) points, Nikita Gusev is SKA's top scorer in KHL history against Avtomobilist, moving above Patrick Thoresen (12 - 4+8).
Avtomobilist goalkeeper Jakub Kovar has been replaced during four of his six KHL matches against SKA.