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The Canadians for a goal extravaganza

The small hope of the HC Davos, to finish the workload in the "group Cattini" but still on square 1, was dissolved at the beginning of the second section in t

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The Canadians for a goal extravaganza

The small hope of the HC Davos, to finish the workload in the "group Cattini" but still on square 1, was dissolved at the beginning of the second section in the air. With a 2:1 win for the Ice Tigers would have been able to make the Grisons, in spite of its loss to Team Canada (1:2) to the group winner.

After 21 minutes, Patrick Reimer, one of the three, Olympic silver medal winner in the Team of Nuremberg made possible for the Germans to 1:1. 240 seconds later, Daniel Winnik brought the Canadians but already back in the lead. After that, the "Canadiens" with 21:4 shots on stormed in the second section to a more than preliminary rounds ends 5:1 and. 6:1-final result of the 20-year-old defender Dante Fabbro, a young hope of the Nashville Predators accounted for the only two goals.

The quarter-final pairings from Saturday Metallurg Magnitogorsk against Nürnberg Ice Tigers (15.10) and HC Davos against Ocelari Trinec (20.15 clock).

So little goals like never before

Although the Davos another day of rest was denied, the starting position for the last Spengler Cup day interesting. Since the introduction of the new mode, with six Teams in the HCD achieved the semi-finals. If this series does not rip even under the Coach Harijs Witolinsch against the Leader of the Czech championship (scored in the first two tournament games only two goals), meeting in Davos in the semi-final not to Canada and Metallurg Magnitogorsk, the two top favorites, but to the Finns in Kuopio, the national championship will be just as unsatisfactory as the HCD in the National League.

The canadian runaway victory in the final group game sugar, the first-round goal scoring records. Never less goals were scored at the Spengler Cup. In the first five tournament games by 13 goals plus 2 penalty resulted in just shooting. Thanks to the canadian 6:2-success fell with a total of 23 goals in six tournament only one match to play less than in 2014, as the striker had also jammed and the Goalies had suppressed the Event the stamp. For comparison: The scoring record after six games at the Spengler Cup in 47 goals.

Ambri Goalie would not be beat

In the match in the afternoon KalPa Kuopio won with 1:0 after extra time against Metallurg Magnitogorsk. The Finnish representatives secured a surprise victory in the group Torriani. Ambris Goalie Daniel Manzato came up with 18 saves for the Shutout and contributed his part to the semi-finals.

A 0:0 after 60 minutes: not given at the Spengler Cup a long time since the introduction of the final game in 1986. On new year's eve morning, 1980 Spartak Moscow filed a 0:0 against Vitkovice at Spengler Cup victory. Three years before the game of the Swiss national team against AIK Stockholm because of snow if it was cancelled, then cancelled, and with 0:0 score.

Jokinen was responsible for the decision

geek Kuopio earned the victory. The Finns proved to be the better Team (27:18 shots on goal), but miss often the direct train to the gate, or acted in the Slot in front of the gate a bit too playful. One of these beautiful combinations, but resulted in the 63. Minute (62:47) to the winning goal by Captain Tommi Jokinen.

Not only because of the scoreless regulation time, the game offered a Special: Metallurg stormed father Dennis Platonov (37) and son Yuri Platonov (18) in the same attack formation. For the first Time in the almost 100-year history of the Spengler Cup, father and son stood together in a Team on the ice. KalPa Kuopio managed this feat four years ago in the Finnish championship but also: at the Time, stormed Sami Kapanen, now club owner and Trainer at KalPa, with his son Kasperi Kapanen (currently plays for Toronto in the NHL) in a straight line.

Spengler Cup, in-game telegrams from the 28. December, 2018

Team Canada - Nürnberg Ice Tigers 6:2 (1:0, 4:1, 1:1)
6300 spectators (sold out).– goals: 3. Fabbro (Moore, Conrad) 1:0. 21. (20:52) Reimer (Pföderl, Dupuis/Exclusion DiDomenico) At 1:1. 25. Winnik (Wiercioch, Mitchell) 2:1. 32. Ebbett (D'Agostini, DiDomenico) 3:1. 34. Dalpe (Winnik) 4:1. 38. Knelsen (Lapierre, Moore) 5:1. 43. Fabbro (Lapierre) 6:1. 58. Mieszkowski (Brown) 6:2.– penalties: 5x2 minutes against Team Canada, 4x2 minutes against Nürnberg Ice Tigers.

Metallurg Magnitogorsk - KalPa Kuopio 0:1 n. V. 5509 spectators.– goal: 63. (62:47) Jokinen (Rissanen, Leskinen) 0:1.– penalties: the 3x2 minutes. (ddu/sda)

Created: 28.12.2018, 22:52 PM

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