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Malmö out of the CHL after bortdömt goals
Malmö out of the CHL after bortdömt target

Malmö are out of the CHL after having lost against Munich after extra time.

The big snackisen afterwards was a bortdömt Malmömål.

the Judge apologized and recognized his mistakes and was well over it quite a bit, " says Malmö's coach Peter Andersson in Viasat.

the First kvartsfinalmötet in Munich ended 2-1 in the germans ' favor. A tight match, where it took until the third period before the Malmö Frederik Storm made the match's first goal.

In tonight's return, it went much faster for Malmö to take the lead. Emil Sylvegård gave skåne in the south the lead after 2.58 and Johan Olofsson extended his lead through a German's knee.

”Confessed its great mistake.”

Then it went quickly the other way. With three goals in four-and-a-half minutes, the germans turned on the event and pulled to a 5-3 lead in total.

man of the Match's most controversial situation was when Lars Bryggman whipped into a return. But the referee had already blown when he perceived that the goalie had the puck. Something that led to large protests from the home team.

"We get a goal bortdömt as was proper," says Malmö's coach in Viasat and continues:

" He apologized and recognized his mistakes and was well over it quite a bit. But he can not change the decision, it is clear that it was tough for us.

But the match the goal, however, despite the Malmö came back, and Frederik Storm's beautiful solomål with just under seven minutes remaining of the third period meant 6-6 total and extension.

Where did the CHL-the adventure end in Malmö, then Trevor Parkes fired home the victory at Munich, his third goal of the evening.

the quarter-finals, second leg

Kärpät–Salzburg 1-1 (0-1, 1-0, 0-0)\\nKärpät: Oskar Osala. Salzburg: Alexander Rauchenwald.\\nPublik: 3 565.\\nSalzburg ahead with a total of 4-3.

Malmö, sweden–Munich, 5-5 e l (2-1, 2-3, 1-0, 0-1)\\nMalmö: Johan Olofsson 2, Emil Sylvegård, Jens Olsson, Frederik Storm. Munich: Trevor Parkes 3, Justin Shugg, Daryl Boyle.\\nPublik: 2 493.\\nMünchen ahead with a total of 7-6.

Frölunda–Brno 6-1 (0-1, 3-0, 3-0)\\nFrölunda: Chay Ganomway 2, Pathrik Westerholm 2, Patrik Karlsson, Rhett Rakhshani. Brno: Erik Meluzin.\\nPublik: 2 058.\\nFörlunda further by a total of 10-2.

Plzen–Skellefteå2–1 e str (0-0, 0-0, 1-1, 0-0, 1-0)\\nPlzen: Jakub Kindl, Milan Gulas. Skellefteå: Robin Alvarez.\\nPublik: 4 224.\\nPlzen ahead with a total of 5-4.

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