Tallying 17 shutouts in one Russian championship is a new SKA record. The previous record was 16 in the 2017/2018 KHL season (12 in the regular season, four in the Gagarin Cup playoffs).
The second goal against HC Lokomotiv Yaroslavl was SKA's 200th in the current campaign. This is the third consecutive KHL season when SKA achieved 200 goals in the regular season.
In four games against Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, SKA only conceded a grand total of one goal, which is a new club record for four or more matches with one particular opponent in the KHL season.
Goalkeeper Igor Shestyorkin tallied his 25th SKA shutout, the exact same amount as Finn Mikko Koskinen registered with our club. The overall SKA record, taking into account all Russian championship matches, is held by Maxim Sokolov with 27 shutouts to his name.
Igor Shestyorkin gained three shutouts against Lokomotiv this season, the first time when a SKA goaltender has taken three clean sheets in games with one particular opponent in one season.
Swedish defenseman Patrik Hersley boasts 79 (31+48) points in 100 SKA KHL regular season matches.
Sergei Plotnikov has 50 goals in 187 SKA appearances.
For the first time in his career, Vladislav Gavrikov has 20 (5+15) points in one KHL regular season.
Forward Pavel Datsyuk has 29 assists this KHL season so far.
At the moment, Alexander Barabanov boasts 16 goals in 56 KHL games, a new personal scoring record in the league.