Although south Jutland on Tuesday night fending off Aalborg Pirates big pressure, and secured a runner in the best Danish ishockeyrække, is sønderjydernes Steffen Frank is far from happy with the team's performance.
It was a tough match, and we played to hell. We did not deserve to win, but it's nice to be in the final, he says to TV2 Sport after the match, according to jv.dk.
With a dramatic victory 3-2 over the defending champions from Aalborg Pirates was Jutland on Tuesday night ready to play for the gold in DM-finals.
Aalborg was otherwise close to a comeback in the final minutes, but with a number of saves from Patrick Galbraith in the target managed Jutland to fend off hjemmeholdets great pressure.
- He rescues us when we need it, and he does it again in the evening. We are sailing around. To have him is 50 percent of to be in the final, the sounds, according to jv.dk from Steffen Frank.
Even think of Galbraith, that he and the rest of the team had luck with them.
- Some times jumps the puck just the right way. It did not in the first two matches against Rødovre (the first two quarter-finals, ed.), and so we took us together. Since the puck hopped with us, he explains to TV2 Sport, writes the media.
Tuesday's result sends Jutland up 4-0 in the semifinaleserien, which the game is played best of seven games. However, it was not without luck and chance, that south Jutland train from Aalborg with a victory.
the Guests came in 1-0 after three minutes in the first period, when the canadian Matthew Prapavessis shot at goal.
the Shoot was directed by on the road and went through the legs of Ronan Quemener to the Aalborg keeper's chagrin.
A fejlaflevering led to the 2-0 13 minutes into the second period. Martin Eskildsen was the sender on the target, who brought the south Jutland on the finalekurs.
In the third period it was 3-0 to south Jutland, as Eskildsen stole the puck and sent it high into the net.
With five minutes to again relax The Julian Jakobsen free and knocked it past Patrick Galbraith in Jutland-the cage
Shortly after was the puck again in the Sønderjyskes net, as Mike McNamee scored.
Aalborg put a lot of pressure on Sønderjyskes goal in the last minute, but the guests rode out the storm, and secured the victory.
Players and coaches from the south Jutland can now sit back and follow the remaining showdown in the second semi-final between Frederikshavn White Hawks and Rungsted Seier Capital.