Rangers prospect Yegor Rykov set a Russian league record by playing 61:19 in SKA's 6-OT win in the VHL Championship.
The VHL is the second highest league in Russian hockey.
Rykov had an assist in the game and 4 shots on goal in his hour-plus on the ice.
Only two NHL players have ever played more than the 61:19 Rykov played, Sergei Zubov and Derian Hatcher played 63:51 and 62:02 for Dallas in a 2003 loss to Anaheim.
Ryan McDonagh has the Rangers single game record for ice time at 53:17, followed by Marc Staal at 49:34, Dan Girardi at 44:26 and Michael Del Zotto at 43:33. All of those performances took place in the Rangers triple-OT win over Washington in 2012.
In the KHL the season, Rykov played 53 games for SKA, had two goals, 12 assists and an average of 12:33 per game.
He played 13 playoff games for SKA, averaging 11:53 per game.
He has played in seven game for the SKA team of the VHL.