SKA reached 100 points in just 38 matches, setting a new Russian championship and KHL record. This has beaten the previous best of 36 games, set in the 2016/2017 campaign.
Ilya Kovalchuk is SKA's top scorer in domestic championships. Overall, Ilya now has 344 points (150+194), defeating Maxim Sushinsky's record which was 341 points (149+192) in 475 appearances. Ilya required 336 matches to achieve his landmark.
Taking into account that he is the Winnipeg Jets/Atlanta Thrashers top scorer, he is the first player in history to have the most amount of points for two clubs.
In Russian championships, Ilya Kovalchuk boasts 400 points (177+223) in 408 matches.
Only Valentin Panyukhin (174), Pyotr Andreev (176) and Belyai Bekyashev (192) have more domestic championship goals than Ilya Kovalchuk. Also, he has 194 assists, seven less than Vadim Shipachyov (201). Ilya is the 13th KHL player to score 150 league goals.
Alexander Barabanov has 68 points (32+36) from 150 KHL regular season fixtures.
Sergei Kalinin dished out his 50th KHL assist in his 288th match.
In the KHL, Vadim Shipachyov has found the net against 29 different opponents.
On February 9, 2012, Finland hosted Russia in the Euro Hockey Tour at the open air Olympic Stadium. Jokerit's Marko Anttila, Jesse Joensuu and Antti Pihlstrom participated in that game, while Sergei Kalinin, Viktor Tikhonov, Vadim Shipachyov, Sergei Plotnikov and Jarno Koskiranta from SKA also took part.