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Tough first match for Lundqvist

”For me, 'Henke' still a världsmålvakt and we feel safe with to be with him.” With the description of Three Par goalkeeper was probably coach Rikard Grönbor

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Tough first match for Lundqvist

”For me, 'Henke' still a världsmålvakt and we feel safe with to be with him.”

With the description of Three Par goalkeeper was probably coach Rikard Grönborg quiet and nice in the booth during the meeting with the Czech republic in Carlson hockey Games.

The more emotion was among the spectators in the knökfulla arena in Brno.

tutljud and a and another wave was increased, the noise level for each of the scoring as the home team created.

And in the initial forcing process was the many.

Already after 19 seconds sent Dominik Simon off a tricky backhandsskott, seemingly not too hard but enough to Lundqvist – in his first match on a month – got to look around.

Simon's shot, however, was to be the beginning of an onslaught which is not added until at the end of the second period.

was followed by several more locations, including from Hynek Zohorna and David Tomasek.

After 7.04 could not Tre Kronor goalie resist any longer – and then burst it to the audience.

Hill, David Sklenicka put the puck in from the blue, Dmitri Jaskin got a hold of it and sent out a 1-0 win-the goal via the post and Lundqvist's far leg.

the Czech republic's players, especially Jaskin, thought they had increased to 2-0 on the powerplay after 12.05 of the second period.

But after Henrik Lundqvist quickly arrived at the judges to get them to understand that the objective would not be approved chose landslagsledningen to challenge the ruling.

after a short review, and after the amended decision was the Three Crowns which began to get started the game and got several longer attack which led to the sharp kvitteringschanser.

But in spite of the chances from, among others, Mario Kempe, and Erik Gustafsson, there was no puck that snuck past Czech republic's goalie Patrik Bartosak.

instead, it was Ondrej Palat and Jakub Voracek, who increased on to 2-0 and 3-0 in the empty cage.

waiting Finland on Sunday, the last match of Carlson Hockey Games, before getting two days off before the world CUP in Bratislava.

And already in the first match in Slovakia, on 10 may, Three Crowns chance for revenge.

Then waiting for a new duel against the Czech republic.

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