17 SKA players (five defensemen, 12 forwards) picked up at least one point in the 9:2 thrashing of Admiral Vladivostok at the Ice Palace, a new club record in Russian history.
SKA forwards matched these following records:
- Seven SKA forwards scored a goal each. This is the fourth time when this happened, following in the footsteps of the SKA - Spartak (10:2, 4 December 2011), Traktor - SKA (0:7, 16 October 2013) and SKA - Avtomobilist (7:2, 10 December 2020) matches;
- 12 SKA forwards tallied at least one point each. The first occasion when this was witnessed was on 8 October 2014 against Medvescak (5:2) in Saint Petersburg.
This was Valeri Bragin's 250th match as a head coach in the domestic championship. So far, he has earned 121 victories, 10 draws and 119 defeats with a goal difference of 611-607. 68 of those games were with SKA. With our team, Valeri has registered 45 wins.
Furthermore, the goal scored by forward Andrei Kuzmenko was SKA's 200th with Bragin in charge.
Goaltender Lars Johansson, defenseman Yury Pautov and forward Mikhail Vorobyov made their official SKA debuts in the KHL. 18 goalkeepers, 61 defensemen and 123 forwards have now represented SKA across 14 KHL campaigns.
At the age of 16 years, eight months and 28 days, teenage forward Matvei Michkov became the youngest SKA player to score two goals in one KHL match.
Fellow forwards Mikhail Vorobyov (first appearance) and Danila Moiseev (third appearance) scored their maiden SKA goals.