13 SKA players competed for the Russian national team, while Patrik Hersley participated for Sweden. As a result, this set a new record for the amount of SKA players in one international match.
In this game, SKA players racked up a combined 600 appearances for national teams. Those players, who competed for Russia, Finland, the Czech Republic and Sweden, registered a combined 230 points (90+140).
As SKA players, both Mikko Koskinen and Jarno Koskiranta played at the Euro Hockey Tour on the 25th occasion.
Vladislav Gavrikov played his 25th Russian national team match.
In 53 Euro Hockey Tour matches, Vadim Shipachyov owns 30 points (8+22). 22 (4+18) of them have come in 26 games since signing for SKA.
Vyacheslav Voynov gained his 5th point (1+4) in seven Euro Hockey Tour matches.
Sergei Kalinin scored two goals in one Russian national team match for the first time.
Nikita Gusev reached the 15 point mark (6+9) in 18 Euro Hockey Tour matches. He became the first SKA player to score a penalty shot for Russia during regulation time.
Sergei Shirokov took an assist, his first in the Euro Hockey Tour after joining SKA.
Nikita Gusev has taken points in six consecutive Euro Hockey Tour games. During that time, has has put eight points (3+5) on the board. He is Russia's only player to earn at least a point in all tournament matches this season.
Sergei Plotnikov has four points (3+1) in the competition from ten matches after becoming a SKA player.
Vyacheslav Voynov and Evgeny Ketov competed in their 25th Russian national team game. Vyacheslav owns 11 points (3+8), with Evgeny on 3 (2+1).
Vladislav Gavrikov took an assist against Canada. It's his first for Russia as a SKA player.
Once again, 14 SKA players participated in the match. 12 played for Russia, as Finns Mikko Koskinen and Jarno Koskiranta also dressed up.
13 SKA players in the Russian national team is a new record.
Ilya Kovalchuk made his 156th appearance for Russia. Among forward, only Sergei Mozyakin has more - 157.
Defenseman Yegor Yakovlev has 10 points (4+6) in 60 national team matches.
Nikita Gusev owns an impressive 17 points (6+11) in 20 Euro Hockey Tour games.
In 15 tournament matches, Vladislav Gavrikov has two points (1+1).
Evgeny Ketov has scored one goal in ten Euro Hockey Tour matches.
Since signing for SKA, Artyom Zub has one assist for Russia at this competition.
Mikko Koskinen has competed at seven different Euro Hockey Tour stages.