to go To an arena where nine visiting teams in a row lost and meet a team you've never ever taken a SHL-points against sounds like a pre-tough task. Just the challenge had Mora to take on when the team made the second trip to Växjö.
Mora, the goalkeeper, 20-year-old Isaac Wallin, made a good match but was forced to let three pucks past before the first break. Brendan Shinnimin scored two quick goals and Växjö third hit came after a deflection by Pontus Netterberg.
" We played brilliant in the half the game, says Växjö coach Sam Hallam.
three shots on goal in the opening 20 minutes, but got on the other hand, good dividend then one of them went in the goal. The new acquisition, the Czech forward Matej Stransky, presented itself in the best possible way by making goals already in his debut.
a Few minutes after the first break it was time for Brendan Shinnimin. Canadian multi-billionaire again when the mode is close to the target showed up and did 4-1, his second goal of the evening on the powerplay.
– a lot of Fun, the chain starts to get paid, " says Sam Hallam.
the Home team's domination continued to be great, but the goalie Isaac Wallin fought bravely on and stood for several rescues of high class.
got a turned off history, and the excitement failed to materialize for the 5 095 in the stands. Sam Hallam appreciated not entirely his team's final 30 minutes.
" You can never judge how much you need to put in a replacement. Our first 30 minutes are brilliant, but you chew on and do not give the opponent the air. When they do their other goal is the match, " says Växjötränaren.
But only minutes after Mora's second goal dotted Lauri Tukonen in fifth grade for Växjö and the match was settled.
Ten straight wins on hemmais is new rekordsvit in the SHL context of Växjö.
"We are a tough team to face, especially here at home," says Brendan Shinnimin and look forward to the next match against Djurgården on Sunday.
" It will be a good test for us.