The fifth goal was SKA's 1200th in 339 KHL regular season home matches.
By scoring in the 44th second, Maxim Karpov registered the earliest winning goal for SKA in a home KHL game.
For the first time in the domestic championship, four players under the age of 20 registered a combined total of seven points in one single game, with Danila Galenyuk (0+1), Vasily Podkolzin (0+1), Kirill Marchenko (1+1) and Ivan Morozov (2+1) all getting on the scoreboard.
Vasily Podkolzin is the youngest SKA player in national championship history to gain points in four successive league matches (2+2).
Fellow young forward Ivan Morozov is the sixth SKA player in Russian history to score two goals in one game when under the age of 20. Alexei Egorov (1992/1993), Maxim Sushinsky (1993/1994), Yegor Mikhaylov (1995/1996), Konstantin Gorovikov (1996/1997) and Andrei Shefer (2000/2001) previously achieved this.
Evgeny Ketov set a new record in terms of points in one KHL regular season for SKA. At the moment, he boasts 17 (7+10) points, beating his total of 16 (8+8) from the 2013/2014 campaign. Overall, he has made 650 KHL appearances, picking up 232 (120+112) points.