The first goal marked SKA's 4000th in 1437 Russian championship and KHL games since the 1996/1997 campaign. In the Super League, SKA tallied 1311 goals in 617 games, before registering 2690 markers in 820 KHL matches. The top scorers are Ilya Kovalchuk (124), Maxim Sushinsky (105) and Nikita Gusev (104).
In his 21st senior SKA appearance, Vasily Podkolzin scored his first KHL goal. At the age of 18 years, six months and 28 days, he has become the youngest player to score for SKA in the league, beating Alexander Dergachyov's record of 18 years, 11 months and 14 days when hitting the target against Admiral Vladivostok (10.09.2015). Vasily also holds the title of the youngest SKA player to make his competitive debut for the club when competing in his first game against Avtomobilist on 12 November 2018.
In 450 KHL games, fellow forward Maxim Karpov has gained 210 (93+117) points. 64 (23+41) have been picked up in 139 SKA matches. Two of his goals this season have been scored when shorthanded.
Defenseman Anton Belov, who dished out two assists at the CSKA Arena, has gained 201 (58+143) in 751 national championship games. So far, he has played in 310 SKA matches, tallying 105 (32+73) points. Only Patirk Hersley (107) and Dmitry Kalinin (130) have earned more KHL points among SKA defensemen.