This was the first time in Russian championships and the KHL when it took SKA five games to concede a goal on the penalty kill. The previous record of four from the 2003/2004 season has now been beaten.
Sergei Shirokov owns 254 points (109+145) from 400 KHL appearances.
Fellow forward Ilya Kovalchuk has played in 250 KHL regular season matches, earning 270 points (112+158). Only Tony Martensson has competed in more regular season fixtures (260).
Alexander Barabanov boasts 50 points (25+25) in 119 KHL regular season games.
In his fourth SKA match, Maxim Karpov took his first club point.
Goaltender Igor Shestyorkin has eight KHL penalty shootout wins for SKA, equalling Ilya Ezhov's club record. Both have competed in 11 SKA shootouts.
SKA head coaches have changed the goalkeeper for the shootout on seven occasions. However, five of those games have ended in defeat. Interestingly, both of the victories have come in Nizhny Novgorod.
SKA and Torpedo both have two away KHL shootout wins against each other.
Out of 18 attempts, Nikita Gusev has scored 11 goals in penalty shootouts.
This was the second time whe SKA competed in a shootout which required ten rounds to decide the winner.
Nikita Gusev stepped up four times in this shootout, scoring twice.
All of Torpedo goalkeeper Stanislav Galimov's shootouts against SKA have been lost. During that time, eight shootout goals have been conceded for Torpedo.