In 225 competitive SKA matches, Anton Burdasov now boasts 100 (47+53) points, becoming the 22nd player in the history of our club to achieve this. He has gained at least one point against each of the 31 teams he has competed against for SKA - a record Anton shares with Ilya Kovalchuk.
Overall, 47 (18+29) of Anton's SKA points in the KHL have been tallied at home, while 53 (29+24) have been earned on the road. 80 (38+42) have been registered at equal strength, 19 (8+11) on the powerplay and two (2+0) shorthanded. This is the second time since September 2015 when Anton has netted goals in three successive games.
At 19 years, two months and 15 days of age, Vasily Podkolzin scored the youngest SKA winning goal in KHL history.
Defenseman Viktor Antipin scored his first competitive SKA goal. He now possesses 70 KHL markers in his career.
For the first time in the KHL, Vasily Tokranov scored two goals and dished out one assist in a single match, while Miro Aaltonen and Igor Ozhiganov made two assists in one league game on the first occasion.