Fifteen home victories in a row is a new club record in domestic championships. The previous best was 14, achieved in the 2014/2015 campaign. The goal difference is 77 - 14.
9:0 is SKA's biggest ever victory in Russian championships and the KHL. Beforehand, the largest win was 10:2 over Spartak Moscow on the 4th of December 2011.
With 106 goals in the KHL for SKA, Ilya Kovalchuk has overtaken Maxim Sushinsky to become SKA's top goalscorer.
Only Ilya and Maxim Sushinsky have netted 100 SKA goals in 21 Russian championship seasons.
Vadim Shipachyov took five assists yesterday. No one had ever got that amount in one single game before.
For the first time in history, three SKA players accquired five points in just the one game: Nikita Gusev (1+4), Evgeny Dadonov (4+1) and Vadim Shipachyov (0+5). However, the overall record belongs to Ilya Kovalchuk, who bagged six (3+3) in the season's first home fixture against HC Salavat Yulaev (7:1).
A SKA player hadn't scored four goals in one game for 39 years. Nikolai Drozdetsky was the last player to net four on the 24th of October 1977 in a 5:5 draw with Traktor.
Securing his hat trick in only 16 minutes, Evgeny Dadonov did indeed score the quickest three SKA goals. Also, Evgeny's winning goal at 01:22 became the fastest ever deciding marker on home ice for SKA.
Goaltender Igor Shestyorkin earned his eighth KHL shutout of the season, edging closer to Robert Esche's club record of nine in one campaign. Taking into account all of his seasons with SKA, Igor boasts nine shutouts. Only Mikko Koskinen (13) and Robert Esche (15) have more.
In his 150th SKA appearance, Dinar Khafizullin increased his points total to 39 (6+33).
Roman Rukavishnikov has played in 250 KHL matches, owning 42 points (11+31).
Captain Pavel Datsyuk has 52 points to his name (16+36) from 50 KHL games.