Traktor is playing the 3rd of four straight home games.
Admiral is playing the 5th of five straight road games.
Traktor is coming into this game having lost its last game.
Admiral is coming into this game on a 5-game losing streak.
Admiral has defeated Traktor twice this season by scores of 2-1 and 3-2 in OT, but has also lost to Traktor once by a score of 3-1.
This is the last road game of the season for Admiral.
Admiral last won a KHL game in St. Petersburg on January 21st, 2016, by a score of 4-3 in overtime.
Traktor: Artyom Mikheyev, Marsel Sholokhov
Admiral: Alexei Drobin, Grigori Zheldakov, Ivan Mishchenko
Forward Vyacheslav Osnovin is hoping to collect his 100th career KHL point (currently at 99).
Forward Anton Glinkin is hoping to score his 100th career KHL goal (currently at 99).
Forward Alexander Streltsov is hoping to collect his 100th career KHL point (currently at 99).
Forward Konstantin Glazachev is hoping to collect his 300th career KHL point (currently at 299).
Severstal is playing the 1st of three straight home games.
Dynamo Moscow is playing the 3rd of three straight road games.
Severstal is coming into this game having won its last game.
Dynamo Moscow is coming into this game having lost its last game.
Severstal has defeated Dynamo Moscow twice this season by overtime scores of 3-2 and 2-1, but also suffered a steep 8-1 loss to the Muscovites.
If Pulkkinen scores today, he’ll set the KHL record for goals score by a Finnish player in a season. He currently has 22, which was also achieved by fellow Finns Pirnes and Aaltonen.
Severstal: Daniil Vovchenkov, Anton Sizov, Yevgeni Bodrov
Dynamo Moscow: Sergei Boikov
Forward Vadim Shipachyov is hoping to collect his 450th career KHL assist (currently at 448).