- On April 10, SKA competed in their longest match in history, with the fifth game of the third round of the 2020/2021 KHL Gagarin Cup playoffs against CSKA in Moscow lasting 113 minutes and 51 seconds. 19-year-old forward Vasily Podkolzin scored the winning goal for SKA in the third period of overtime;
- SKA qualified for the second round of the Gagarin Cup playoffs for the 11th time in a row, a KHL record;
- SKA qualified for the third round of the playoffs in the sixth consecutive season and for the eighth time, statistics which are also KHL records;
- On March 6, SKA became the first KHL club to achieve 100 playoff victories. It took our team 153 games to achieve this;
- On March 24, SKA became the first team to tally 50 away wins in the Gagarin Cup playoffs. It took our club 77 matches to achieve this.
- On March 10, he dished out his 85th assist for SKA in the KHL, a new record among defensemen of our club;
- On April 6, Dinar became the maiden SKA player to make 100 KHL playoff appearances.
- On March 2 against Dinamo Minsk (4:2), Vasily became the youngest player to score a winning goal for SKA in the Gagarin Cup playoffs at the age of 19 years, eight months and six days;
- On April 10, at the age of 19 years, nine months and 17 days, he became the youngest player to score an overtime winner for SKA, as he hit the jackpot against CSKA Moscow in the sixth period of play. Furthermore, in the same match, he registered his first brace in the KHL, becoming the youngest SKA player to do so in the process;
- His haul of 22 (11+11) points this season is a new SKA record among players under the age of 20. Overall, Vasily has picked up 33 (14+19) points for SKA in the KHL, a record among players under 20.
- Boasting 53 (28+25) points in the KHL, fellow forward Kirill Marchenko has earned more points in the league than any other SKA player under the age of 21.
INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS
- 43 (22+21) points in one KHL campaign is a new record for forward Andrei Kuzmenko, beating his previous best of 37 (17+20) points. He scored his 50th SKA goal on March 8;
- 32 (18+14) points in one season is a record for Kirill Marchenko, bettering his previous best of 21 (10+11);
- 38 (14+24) points in one season is a record for fellow forward Ivan Morozov, beating his previous best of 10 (6+4);
- 22 (11+11) points in one season is a record for Vasily Podkolzin, beating his previous best of 11 (3+8);
- Defenseman Igor Ozhiganov gained 36 (10+26) points, beating his previous best of 26 (10+16);
- Fellow defenseman Lukas Bengtsson registered 23 (5+18) points, beating his previous KHL best of 16 (3+13);
- Forward Anton Burdasov scored 25 goals throughout the KHL campaign, beating his previous best of 21;
- Fellow forward Joonas Kemppainen picked up 35 (18+17) points, a new record among Finnish players for SKA. The previous record had been set by Jarno Koskiranta with 33 (19+14) points during the 2015/2016 season.