December 13, Russia - Sweden - 3:2 SO
Vasily Tokranov became the 75th SKA player to participate at the Euro Hockey Tour and the 61st for the Russian national team.
Vladislav Gavrikov has participated in 50 Russian national team matches, registering 10 (5+5) points. Seven (3+4) of those points in 28 matches have been earned as a SKA player.
Evgeny Ketov has made 30 appearances for Russia.
Fellow forward Nikita Gusev participated in his 10th Euro Hockey Tour competition.
December 15, Russia - Czech Republic - 7:2
For the first time in one singular Euro Hockey Tour match, SKA players earned a combined 11 (4+7) points. Nikita Gusev, Andrei Kuzmenko, Vasily Tokranov, Sergei Plotnikov, Nikolai Prokhorkin and Ilya Kablukov were the players to pick up points in the large 7:2 victory.
Nikolai Prokhorkin's goal was the 100th scored by a SKA player in Euro Hockey Tour matches. 86 of those goals were scored by Russians, while Czechs (9), Swedes (6) and Finns (1) netted the rest.
In 40 Euro Hockey Tour matches with the Russian national team, Sergei Plotnikov has picked up 13 (6+7) points.
Nikita Gusev contributed with three assists and he now boasts 35 assists with the Russian national team. 15 of them have arrived in 24 Euro Hockey Tour games.
In his sixth match for the national side, defenseman Vasily Tokranov scored his maiden goal. He also made an assist in the match.
December 16, Russia - Finland - 5:0
Vasily Tokranov set a new SKA Euro Hockey Tour record among defensemen. In three matches, Vasily picked up four (2+2) points, beating Maxim Chudinov's previous best of three points (3+0, 0+3, 2+1) which he gained in three separate seasons (2013, 2014, 2015).
Nikita Gusev participated in his 25th Euro Hockey Tour match. In those matches, the SKA Saint Petersburg forward has 23 (7+16) points, and he trails only Ilya Kovalchuk (25, 10+15).
Ilya Kablukov has 10 (3+7) points in 40 matches with the senior Russian national team.
Goalkeeper Igor Shestyorkin registered his first Euro Hockey Tour shutout in his 10th match. Igor has won seven of the 10 games in the competition. Interestingly, Igor is only the second SKA goaltender in history to earn a shutout in the Euro Hockey Tour, following in the footsteps of Maxim Sokolov.