Nikolai Prokhorkin netted SKA's 1800th home goal in Russian championships and the KHL. It has taken SKA 620 matches to reach this landmark.
David Rundblad and Sergei Kalinin became the 149th and 150th SKA players to play for the club in the KHL. They are made up of 13 goalkeepers, 43 defensemen and 91 forwards.
This is SKA's biggest victory against Slovan Bratislava. This has beaten the previous records of 7:2 (6th of October 2014) and 6:1 (25th of October 2016).
SKA's seventh goal was the 50th scored in 13 games between the two clubs. Ilya Kovalchuk has more points against Slovan than anyone else (6+4).
Ilya Kovalchuk is the first SKA player to pick up 300 KHL points (127+173). It has only taken him 301 appearances to set this record.
At 39 years, 1 month and 3 days old, Pavel Datsyuk became SKA's oldest goalscorer in Russian championships. Yesterday, he took four points (1+3) in one game for the second time playing for SKA.
In 397 KHL matches, Sergei Shirokov owns 251 points (107+144).
Sergei Plotnikov has 200 KHL points (88+112) from 395 league games.
Nikita Gusev's first goal was his 50th for SKA. Only Evgeny Dadonov, Viktor Tikhonov, Maxim Sushinsky and Ilya Kovalchuk have scored more.
In his 193rd SKA match, defenseman Anton Belov made his 50th assist. He trails only Maxim Chudinov (64) and Dmitry Kalinin (84).
Former SKA forward Teemu Ramstedt took to the ice for Slovan Bratislava.