The first goal, which was scored by 19-year-old forward Vasily Podkolzin, was SKA's 200th in 68 matches during the 2020/2021 KHL campaign to date. In 10 out of 13 KHL seasons, SKA have indeed registered a minimum of 200 goals. Furthermore, SKA managed to tally 198 goals last season, but that campaign was cut short after the first round of the Gagarin Cup playoffs as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic.
Vasily's opening goal was also SKA's 100th against Dynamo Moscow on the road in the KHL. It took SKA 36 games to achieve this.
Dynamo Moscow are the first KHL club to concede 100 goals against SKA on home ice.
Moreover, SKA have earned 20 away victories against Dynamo in the KHL, more than against any other team. SKA have gained 19 road wins in matches with fellow Moscow-based clubs Spartak and CSKA.
Forward Vladimir Tkachyov has picked up 212 (69+143) points in 300 KHL appearances. 10 of his assists have arrived in 10 playoff matches.
Goalkeeper Magnus Hellberg made his 96th competitive appearance for SKA. Only Igor Shestyorkin (124) and Mikko Koskinen (181) have participated in more KHL games for our team among goalkeepers.
In his 90th KHL match, forward Vladislav Kamenev scored his maiden overtime goal. Interestingly, three of his SKA goals so far have turned out to be game-winners.