SKA have now conceded 150 defeats in 435 KHL away matches. 115 of them have arrived in regulation, 20 in overtime and 15 in penalty shootouts.
Previously, before this particular game, SKA had beaten Dynamo in Moscow in nine consecutive matches in the league. The first win of that streak was tallied on 15 March 2016 and the concluding victory in the run was witnessed on 9 December 2019. The previous defeat had been conceded in the Russian capital against these opponents on 9 March 2016.
The last loss to Dynamo on the road in the regular season was a 1:5 setback on 4 January 2016.
Defenseman Anton Belov has now scored 36 goals for SKA. As a result, he is now in fourth place in terms of defensemen who have tallied markers for our club in the national championship, with only Svyatoslav Khalizov (39), Patrik Hersley (39) and Dmitry Kalinin (46) above him in the ranking. Eight of his goals have been witnessed against Dynamo Moscow.
Forward Joonas Kemppainen has made 300 appearances in the KHL, registering 149 (76+73) points along the way. 33 (18+15) of those points have been tallied in 95 SKA matches.
Dynamo Moscow have earned seven overtime victories against SKA in the KHL, with goalkeeper Alexander Yeryomenko having guarded their net for six of those games.
This season, in two matches against SKA for Dynamo Moscow, forward Vadim Shipachyov has scored two goals and dished out one assist. Before this campaign, he hadn't hit the target against his former employers for Dynamo.
Dynamo boss Vladimir Krikunov is the third KHL head coach to tally wins against SKA for five different clubs, following in the footsteps of Andrei Nazarov and Dmitry Kvartalnov.