Winning 19 consecutive matches, SKA have the new KHL record for amount of league victories in a row. Avangard's record of 18, set in the 2010/2011 campaign, has been beaten. However, taking into account last season's Gagarin Cup final matches, SKA have won 22 successive KHL games. The goal difference is 88-25 in SKA's favour.
In 501 KHL matches, Evgeny Ketov owns 200 points (105+95). 70 of those points (40+30) have been earned with SKA. 9 of his 40 SKA goals have been match winners.
Swede Patrik Hersley boasts 50 points (20+30) for SKA from 57 appearances. No SKA defenseman has ever reached the 50 mark quicker than Patrik. Kevin Dallman's record of 50 points in 65 matches has been wiped out.
15 of Patrik's SKA goals have come on the powerplay. Only Kevin Dallman (18 in 26 games) and Dmitry Kalinin (24 in 46 games) have more.
Jonas Enlund, a Finnish forward who made only one appearance for SKA and gained an assist in that game, scored for Sibir against SKA. Overall, Jonas has 8 KHL points (4+4) in games against SKA for Sibir, Lokomotiv and CSKA Moscow.