This victory marked SKA's 600th win in KHL history. It has taken our club 875 matches to achieve this. Overall, 503 victories have been tallied in 725 regular season games, with the remaining 97 arriving in 150 Gagarin Cup playoff matches. SKA are the first KHL team to reach 600 league wins, with Ak Bars Kazan (555) and CSKA Moscow (554) the nearest challengers respectively.
499 wins have been registered in regulation time, 54 in overtime and 47 in penalty shootouts.
Forward Anton Burdasov has gained 119 (60+59) points in 250 SKA competitive appearances. He has tallied at least one point against all 31 opponents which he has competed against for SKA.
Goalkeeper Magnus Hellberg earned his 15th SKA shutout in the KHL in 86 games. He now has the same amount of clean sheets for SKA as Robert Esche.
Magnus is indeed the fourth SKA goaltender to register a minimum of 15 shutouts in the championship. 13 of his shutouts have been witnessed in the regular season, overtaking Mikko Koskinen who picked up 12 clean sheets in the KHL regular season during his time as a SKA player.
Defenseman Igor Ozhiganov now holds 23 (5+18) points in the current KHL regular season, beating his previous record of 22 (8+14) which was set for CSKA in the 2016/2017 campaign. His tally of 18 assists is also a personal best.
Finnish forward Joonas Kemppainen scored two goals to raise his points total to 18 (10+8) this season. Last season, he could only earn 16 (8+8) points in 60 matches. Moreover, this was the first time in which he netted two markers in one single KHL match for SKA.
Taking into account all competitive matches in the club's history, SKA have now emerged victorious by a score of 2:0 on 67 occasions, and this was the seventh time when both goals were scored by the same player. Vladimir Tkachyov scored twice against Spartak in Moscow on September 17 as SKA defeated their hosts 2:0.