the Globe. 13,000 in the stands. Finaldags.
But hockeyslutspelet between Djurgården and Frölunda excuse – this Saturday was the SM-finals in floorball, which attracted large crowds.
First up were the ladies, where Kais Mora was pitted against Täby.
And the audience got to witness was a shocker: Täby low in after the first period, came back with four goals in the second, lost almost the match in the third but was able to eventually secure the association's first gold in the women's events after a 7-4 victory.
Kais Mora was the association's fourth straight CHAMPIONSHIP final which resulted in a loss.
who had the most ball possession in the first end of the prelude. But Mora grew into the match and when Johanna Hultgren did ledningsmålet 17 minutes into the first period, it was not unfair – Mora had lined up dangerous chances before then.
Hultgren was the team's leading scorer in the league with 45 goals, but had not really found the target form so far in the playoffs.
When she got to the open case on his own return was Hultgren however, the security itself.
– the Game looks about as we expected. It is tough and slamming. Täby is good, so it comes to putting speed on the stuff in the other, said Johanna Hultgren in Channel 5's broadcast in the first periodpausen.
the stuff was there in the second period: goals rattled in during a couple of chaotic minutes.
In the eighth minute levelled the täby's Julia Croneld after a tangled situation. Three minutes later, Sara Attermo its Täby lead with 2-1, before Täby after another less than three minutes extended the lead with another goal.
this time it was team captain Jennifer Stålhult as direktsköt into 3-1 from the right wing.
" the Nerves have released now. We must continue to be aggressive and move forward in försvarsspelet, said Stålhult after the second period.
But it was not to end there: a shocked Kais Mora was careless with a playback and had to helplessly see Täby make 4-1 just for that ten seconds later, reduce to 2-4 by Moa Gustafsson.
would the nine-month slog to be determined. Could Kais Mora turn around and break finalspöket – the team had lost three straight finals – or would Bethesda take the association's first gold in the women's side?
It was Watford who went winning out of the final after a third period that was also dramatic.
Ranja Varli looked to have killed the match with his 5-2-goals. But Mora made both the 3-5 and 4-5 by Moa Andersson, respectively, the Moa Gustafsson.
With just over five minutes left on the matchklockan made Mora their utmost to squeeze into a kvitteringsmål. When put in place Täby the game 6-4-the goal before the team also made 7-4 in the open cage.
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