The EHC Biel has qualified as the second Team to EV train for the Playoff semi-finals. The Seeland beat Ambri-Piotta 2:1 and decided the Best-of-7 series 4:1.
The two teams offered the 6521 spectators in the sold-out Arena with a hard-fought game. The crucial 2:1 for the Biel by Robbie Earl (28.) preceded by a misplaced pass from Ambris Fabio Hofer.
Where were the guests Start to measure. Noele Trisconi took the Leventiner after just 114 seconds with a beautiful performance in the lead. Only three minutes later, Damien Brunner compensated for the Bieler with his first goal in the ongoing Playoffs in which he allowed Ambris defenseman Nick Plastino gorgeous out and by Backhand perfect.
Ambri will not lose Dominik Kubalik
To chances of getting a better result it lacked Ambri. In the 4. Minute Jiri Novotny gave a good opportunity for the 2:0 shortly after half-time the Czech has failed in spite of an open door on the uprights (32.). In addition, the safety beam saved at the end of Biel, Keeper Jonas Hiller after a deflector of Trisconi (22.) spectacular. Nevertheless, the victory of Zeeland, for the second Time in a row in the Playoff semi-final was not stolen.
Ambri can be, despite the failure of the season satisfied. Hardly one of them had no faith in the Tessinern the first Playoff qualification since 2014. Against Biel they won only one of nine season duels.
Harder than the departure Ambri will make something else. Dominik Kubalik, one of the most spectacular players in the League, confirmed after the game that he will earn his money next season in North America.
Langnau earned a sixth game
The SCL Tigers extend their second Playoffs in the National League in at least six games. With a clear 5:1-success, and the second away win in Lausanne Emmental condensed in the quarter-final series against the qualifying third in 2:3.
Against a very erratic Lausanne, the cold-blooded guests had amazingly easy game. Emblematic of this long-Auer-circuit point by Chris DiDomenico scored nine minutes before the end of the Game in a relaxed training style, unchallenged, the 5:1 was.
the whole of The Lausanne Defensive, including Goalie Sandro Zurkirchen had already passive, and with the thoughts already in game 6 on Thursday in Langnau. Because game 5 was already decided with the durable distance shot of Larri Leeger, as Zurkirchen with his Catch glove in addition, the handle (42.) and the fourth goal conceded.
Lausanne seemed arrogant
the Only long-Auer, double-scorer Nolan Diem (5./22.). He scored his first two Playoff goals this season (for 1:1 and 3:1) in the same way. Twice he drew off a pass in the Slot pattern to be valid and duped Zurkirchen.
the Appenzeller Diem had achieved in 47 Games of qualifying with three goals, only one goal more than in his fifth Playoff game for the Emmental 2019.
The Canton of Vaud countries of the quick opening goal after just 60 seconds by Dustin Jeffrey. Whether Arrogance when you favorite one on the take? In any case, the hosts have been defensively questionable-prone. They seemed frozen in their own Slot in your mind.
Diem, deflected the ball from Raphael Kuonen untenable, as well as Eero Elo took advantage of this to double strike. They met within a period of 134 seconds for the SCL Tigers, leading to the rapid turnaround.
SCB wins in Overtime
With the 56. Goal for SC Bern found to happiness. Defender Yanik Burren (22) defeated Geneva Goalie Robert Mayer, who had previously brought with the 52 parades, the Bernese to the edge of despair. Bern won the deserving masses. They dominated the first section with 18:6 shots on goal and third with 19:4. 62. Minute would have had to make Gregory Sciaroni already everything is clear. However, he was probably from the desperate dive Mayers from the rest and have met only the post. The own offspring corrected for Bern the image. Prior to the Burren with André home (20) had made a private Junior Bern in the Overtime.
The regular season offered to the, to which the observers of this series long ago. The sentiment in the series between Bern and Servette several times, but never faster than on Tuesday evening in the Bern Arena in the second section. After 25 minutes of Berne 2:0. Daniele Grassi had been hit twice. The Fans were up-in-arms - huge cheers! 10 minutes later, Bern was sent with a shrill pfeiff concert in the second intermission. Twice Arnaud Jacquemet on the Powerplay (1:2 and 3:2) and Noah Rod in under the number (2:2) made for the Genève-Servette Hockey Club from the 0:2 3:2.
Bern saved at the end of luck in the extension. A Puckverlust of Michael Völlmin allowed Junior André's home nine minutes before the end of the 3:3-compensation. All three of the Bernese Goals before the extension went to the account of the fourth storm line. Overall, the offensive output Berns again (51:20 shots on goal) disappointed.
What must be Bern to thinking: throughout the qualification, Bern, after a Two-goal lead, with not a single point. In the Playoffs, the Bernese playful in game 5 for the third Time within a week against Servette 2:0 and 2:1 away win last Saturday, they brought the 2:0 is also not without a skirmish over the time.
Biel - Ambri-Piotta 2:1 (1:1, 1:0, 0:0)
6521 spectators (sold out)
SR Hebeisen/Salonen, Kaderli/Gnemmi.
goals: 2. Trisconi 0:1. 5. Brunner (Earl) 1:1. 28. Earl (Fox) 2:1.
penalties: 2 times 2 minutes against Biel, 3 times 2 plus 10 minutes (Fischer) against Ambri-Piotta.
PostFinance-Topskorer: Fuchs; Kubalik.
Biel: Hiller; circle, Salmela; Sataric, Forster; Moser, Mason; Petschenig; Riat, Diem, Künzle; Pedretti, Kärki, Rajala; Brunner, Fuchs, Earl; dirt, Neuenschwander, Hügli; Tschantré.
Ambri-Piotta: Conz; Fora, Dotti; Plastino, Ngoy; Fischer, Guerra; Jelovac; D?Agostini, Novotny, Hofer; Zwerger, Muller, Kubalik; Trisconi, Kostner, Bianchi; Incir, Goi, Lauper; Mazzolini.
remarks: Biel without Pouliot (ill) and Fey. Ambri-Piotta without Lerg and Piñana (all injured). - 19. Goal by Trisconi because of high Stocks. Post shots: 31. Forster, 32. Novotny. Timeout Ambri (57:15), then, without a Goalie.
Lausanne - SCL Tigers 1:5 (1:2, 0:1, 0:2)
6700 spectators (sold out)
SR Stricker/Eichmann, Castelli/Fox.
goals: 2. (1:00), Jeffrey (Deceleration) 1:0. 5. Diem (Kuonen) 1:1. 7. Elo (Lardi) 1:2. 22. Diem (Neukom) 1:3. 42. Leeger 1:4. 51. DiDomenico (Exclusion Lindbohm; Elo) 1:5.
penalties: 2 times 2 minutes against Lausanne, 3 times 2 minutes against the SCL Tigers.
PostFinance-Topskorer: Vermin; DiDomenico.
Lausanne: Zurkirchen; Junland, Genazzi; Trutmann, Grossmann; Lindbohm, Frick; Nodari; Moy, Emmerton, Leone; Bertschy, Jeffrey, Vermin; Zangger, Froidevaux, Kenins; Antonietti, In-Albon, gentlemen.
SCL Tigers: Ciaccio; Glauser, Leeger; Erni, Lardi; Cadonau, Huguenin; Elo, Gagnon, Dostoinow; DiDomenico, Pascal Berger, Pesonen; Kuonen, Diem, Neukom; Rüegsegger, Randegger, Nils Berger.
remarks: Lausanne without Borlat, Mitchell (both injured) and Partanen (excess of foreigners), SCL Tigers without Giliati (excess of foreigners), Blaser, Johansson, Gustafsson, and Punnenovs (all injured). - 25. Leone injured excreted.
Bern - Genève-Servette 4:3 (0:0, 2:3, 1:0, 1:0) n. V.
SR Tscherrig/Wiegand, Kovacs/Obwegeser.
goals: 22. Grassi 1:0. 26. Grassi (Bruges) 2:0. 30. Jacquemet (Richard/Exclusion Of Bruges) 2:1. 30. Rod (Jacquemet, Richard/Exclusion Mercier!) 2:2. 40. (39:54) Jacquemet (Rod, Richard/Exclusion Ebbett) 2:3. 52. Home (Scherwey) 3:3. 68. (67:59) The Burren (Ruefenacht) 4:3.
penalties: 3 times 2 minutes against Bern, 4 times 2 minutes against Genève-Servette.
PostFinance-Topskorer: Moser; Richard.
Bern: Genoni; Kruger, Blum; Andersson, Gerber; Almquist, the Burren,; sander; Boychuk, Ebbett, Bieber; Sciaroni, Haas, Scherwey; Ruefenacht, Arcobello, Moser; Grassi, home, Berger; Brügger.
Genève-Servette: Mayer; Jacquemet, Catherine; Mercier, Fransson; Völlmin, Bezina; Antonietti; Skille, Richard, Rod; Fritsche, Berthon, Bozon; Simek, Romy, ruby; Riat, Kast, Maillard; Patry.
remarks: of Bern without Mursak, Kamerzin and Fighting, Genève-Servette without Almond, Bouma, Douay, Tömmernes, Vukovic, Wick (all injured), Wingels and Winnik (both locked). Post Shots: Grassi (51.), Sciaroni (62.).
Created: 19.03.2019, 22:51 PM