Overall, in 23 KHL regular season matches, SKA have scored a grand total of 106 goals against Barys. SKA are yet to concede a single defeat in a home game with the same opponents at the Saint Petersburg Ice Palace.
In 200 SKA appearances, Artyom Zub has tallied 45 (15+30) points in the KHL, with 19 of them having been gained in the current campaign (12+7). 12 goals at equal strength during one single KHL season is a record among SKA defensemen.
Vasily Tokranov has picked up 107 (27+80) points in 350 KHL games.
Joonas Kemppainen has grabbed a grand total of 125 (62+63) points in 250 KHL appearances.
In his 16th senior SKA match, forward Ivan Morozov scored his maiden KHL goal.
Vasily Podkolzin is the first SKA player under the age of 19 in history to score goals in two consecutive KHL games. However, the Russian championship record belongs to Yury Trubachyov, who scored in three successive games in January 2001 when he was 17 years and 10 months of age.
Magnus Hellberg is the 12th SKA goalkeeper in the KHL to dish out an assist. It arrived in his 66th game.
Swedish defenseman Lukas Bengtsson earned more than one point in one SKA match for the first time since moving to Saint Petersburg. He finished the game with a +3 plus/minus rating.
Nail Yakupov scored SKA's first penalty shot in regulation time of a KHL match since Steve Moses achieved this on 11 December 2015 against Metallurg Magnitogorsk. Nine attempts had subsequently been missed.
Linus Videll is the first KHL player to pick up points for six different teams in matches against SKA.