SKA kept a clean sheet for the 100th time in the KHL regular season. These following 14 goalkeepers have all registered shutouts for our club:
Igor Shestyorkin (26);
Robert Esche (15);
Mikko Koskinen (12);
Magnus Hellberg (12);
Dmitry Yachanov (6);
Ilya Ezhov (5);
Jakub Stepanek (4);
Sergei Bobrovsky (4);
Alexander Salak (4);
Alexei Melnichuk (4);
Maxim Sokolov (3);
Evgeny Nabokov (2);
Alexander Samonov (2);
Yaroslav Askarov (1).
In the KHL, only CSKA Moscow boast more shutouts, with the capital club having not conceded any goals in 113 matches.
Magnus Hellberg became the third goalkeeper from Sweden to register a minimum 20 shutouts in the KHL. Only Lars Johansson (23 shutouts) and Henrik Karlsson (26 shutouts) are above him in the ranking concerning Swedish goaltenders.
14 of Magnus' shutouts have been tallied with SKA. He is now in the list of the leading five SKA goalkeepers in terms of amount of shutouts gained in the domestic championship.
Forward Evgeny Timkin made his 650th KHL appearance. So far, he possesses 155 (81+74) points.
Defenseman Igor Ozhiganov has now participated in 450 KHL games, tallying 142 (42+100) points along the way.
In his third match for SKA, Swedish defenseman Oscar Fantenberg dished out an assist for Andrei Kuzmenko's goal to record his maiden point for our team.
For the first time since joining SKA, Finnish forward Miro Aaltonen has scored in three successive KHL games.