This is the first time when SKA have lost in overtime to Dinamo Minsk on the road in the KHL. In the past, the Belarusians had claimed one penalty shootout triumph on home ice against our team, winning 2:1 on 24 December 2014.
Defenseman Vasily Tokranov has tallied 50 (13+37) points for SKA in 111 competitive matches. He is the eighth SKA defenseman to earn at least 50 points in the KHL.
Forward Linden Vey scored his 50th KHL goal in 215 games.
Fellow forward Anton Burdasov has now scored two goals in one single match on three occasions this season, matching his personal SKA record which he originally set in the 2019/2020 campaign. He had also registered two goals in one game for Avangard Omsk three times in the 2016/2017 KHL season.
Before this match, Swedish goalkeeper Magnus Hellberg had only conceded one goal and earned two shutouts in three appearances against Dinamo Minsk, but on Tuesday he let in four goals in just 61 minutes.
Shane Prince is the first Dinamo Minsk player to gain four (2+2) points in one match against SKA in the KHL.