SKA competed in the club's 650th KHL match. The team have earned 438 victories, dropping 212 defeats. The goal difference is 2171-1400 in SKA's favour.
Denis Orlovich-Grudkov became SKA's 400th debutant in Russian championships and the KHL. 246 made their debuts in the Super League, before 129 made the first appearances in the KHL.
Patrik Hersley has 111 points (44+67) from 200 KHL matches. 54 of those points (20+34) have been earned in 64 SKA games.
Nikolai Prokhorkin hit the 150 point mark in the KHL (72+78). During two seasons with SKA, he has taken 38 points (16+22) from 86 matches.
Vyacheslav Voynov scored two goals in one SKA match for the first time.
Never before had SKA beaten Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod in a penalty shootout in Saint Petersburg.
SKA have 15 KHL victories against Torpedo, compared to Torpedo's 12 wins in games between the two clubs.
Igor Shestyorkin has nine shootout wins for SKA, beating Ilya Ezhov's eight victories to set a new club record in the KHL. Interestingly, three of Igor's nine triumphs have come against Torpedo.
Andrei Zubarev was the scorer of SKA's 100th successful penalty shot in shootouts. Now, SKA have netted 101 penalty shots from 267 attempts in the shootout. Maxim Sushinsky (12 out of 35 attempts), Nikita Gusev (12 out of 20 attempts) and Ilya Kovalchuk (10 out of 29 attempts) are the leading shootout scorers.
On four separate occasions, Nikita Gusev has scored the winning goal in a penalty shootout for SKA in the KHL. Earlier on in the season, he also netted the crucial marker during a shootout against Torpedo in Nizhny Novgorod.
Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod goalkeeper Stanislav Galimov has four penalty shootout defeats against SKA in the KHL.
Since the 2013/2014 season, when Peteris Skudra became Torpedo's head coach, the Nizhny Novgorod outfit have come back from two goal deficits five times out of fifteen games with SKA.