SKA have earned 250 home victories in 340 KHL regular season matches.
For the first time in KHL history, SKA have claimed seven overtime wins in one particular regular season. The previous record of six was set in the 2010/2011 and 2018/2019 campaigns.
Overall, SKA now boast 50 overtime triumphs in the KHL, with 31 being achieved in the regular season and 19 in the Gagarin Cup playoffs. The same figures can be used for overtime wins at home (31) and away (19) respectively.
Vladimir Tkachyov, scoring with 21 seconds remaining in the extra frame, tallied the latest ever overtime winner for SKA in the KHL regular season.
This is the first time in KHL regular season history when SKA won 1:0 in overtime.
As a head coach, Alexei Kudashov has been at the helm for 300 regular season games in the domestic championship. So far, he has registered 36 wins, 18 defeats and a goal difference of +42 (148-106) in 54 matches as SKA manager.
391 of Ilya Kablukov's 700 KHL appearances have been made for SKA.
In his 13th SKA game in the KHL, goalkeeper Alexander Samonov picked up his maiden shutout. Previously, Alexei Melnichuk and Magnus Hellberg had also kept clean sheets for SKA in the 2019/2020 campaign.