The second goal, which was scored by Anton Burdasov, marked the 2800th tallied by SKA players in 851 KHL matches.
Fellow forward Yakov Trenin scored his first SKA goal on his fifth appearance. Following in the footsteps of Anton Belov, he is the second SKA player to register his maiden marker for our team when competing against Sochi.
It took seven games for goalkeeper Mikhail Berdin to dish out his first assist for SKA. Overall, he is the 13th SKA goaltender to make an assist in the KHL, with only Evgeny Ivannikov (six matches), Robert Esche (five matches) and Sergei Bobrovsky (one match) requiring less games to gain their first SKA assist. Furthermore, Mikhail made a grand total of 38 saves in the 4:3 triumph over Sochi, beating his own personal SKA record of 36 stops which had been set when beating Amur 3:1 on the road on October 2.
Anton Burdasov has now scored against 27 different opponents for SKA. Metallurg Magnitogorsk and Traktor Chelyabinsk are the only current KHL teams which he hasn't found the net against.
When he was a SKA player, current Sochi defenseman Yury Alexandrov participated in 206 matches, picking up 44 (11+33) points across those games while becoming a KHL Gagarin Cup champion with our team in 2015. Yesterday, Yury tallied a point against SKA for the first time, with the experienced 32-year-old providing an assist for Sochi's opening goal. He has now competed in 18 competitive matches against SKA.
Young forward Daniil Ogirchuk scored his first goal in the KHL for Sochi. A product of the SKA system, he played in three games for our senior team in the 2018/2019 season, not recording any points in those matches.