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HV71 and Växjö won the first åttondelarna

The first period offered a high intensity and it was HV71 who dominated the event. The home team also went up to 3-0 in the space of seven minutes. First it w

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HV71 and Växjö won the first åttondelarna

The first period offered a high intensity and it was HV71 who dominated the event. The home team also went up to 3-0 in the space of seven minutes.

First it was Simon Önerud which made the 1-0. After a great job by Joakim Andersson got Önerud the puck and shot it past Justin Pogge in the Rögles goals.

Didrik Strömbergs 2-0 was a not too fancy shots, but Martin Thörnberg obscured Pogge and the puck went in. The said Simon Önerud has been really on the ball in the home team at the end and he also scored the 3-0 on a control.

barely two minutes before the end of the period, when Éric Gélinas found right behind the Jonas Gunnarsson in HV71's goal. The målrika förstaperioden was grumpy with a lot of expulsions. Rögles Alen Bibic was deleted early on when he went into the boards after a collision with Robert Figren in HV71. The judges, however, chose not to take any deportation.

In mittenperioden increased HV71 on his lead to 4-1. A drömanfall which was drawn up by Mattias Tedenby and Andreas Thuresson ended with Anton Bengtsson put the puck.

Slutperioden started with the HV71's Andreas Thuresson shot in the bar. Rögle then tried to get closer, but the period was speechless and HV71 took a first step towards a CHAMPIONSHIP final, against either A or Luleå.

in the CHAMPIONSHIP play-offs åttondelsfinalserie against Örebro. But it took a while to 5.33 in the extension before Nichlas Hardt could decide the match with his 3-2 goal.

Four losses in a row in the SHL's final sprint brought the team of the tournament in Växjö to an uncertain åttondelsfinal. Match a best-of-three was additionally a review of the smalanders.

The reigning team of the tournament lost kvartsfinalplatsen in SHL's final sprint. The opponent Örebro was a team that was long held to the bottom, but during the last third speeded to a slutspelsplats. The sport psychology perspective before åttondelsfinal a between Växjö and Örebro looked undeniably interesting.

the Tournament has shown that this year Växjö is weaker compared to a year ago, but a fitting exit after the second round, of course, would be a major setback for the club.

Philip Cederqvists them for Växjö meant a certain relief – that lasted one minute and nine seconds. Then receipted the guests ' Patrik stream I sculpture, a goal that seemed logical when Örebro has been the slightly better team during the initial period.

it was reversed roles – Örebro took the lead only to moments later see the Växjö acknowledge. Tyson Spink managed a neutral position on the best way for the guests while the home team equalized in powerplay, this time with Kris Versteeg as the goalscorer.

Which team had the greatest courage to dare to win? A loss would mean an obvious risk for summer vacation after the next match in Örebro. As the clock ticked on and it was still the same on the painting step, the excitement in the arena. After 60 minutes of play, it was time for the icemaker to make ice the blank before the extension was coming.

the Decision came quickly. Nichlas Hardt shot the 3-2 goal that gave Växjö the victory.

the Next match the teams between them played in Örebro, sweden on Monday night and then have bortasvaga Växjö the opportunity to secure a kvartsfinalplats.

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