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Train starts with a Break in the Playoff Final

The first game of the Playoff Finals between Bern and Zug will end with a deserved victory for the guests. The Central Swiss turn a 0:1 in a 4:1 and go in the s

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Train starts with a Break in the Playoff Final

The first game of the Playoff Finals between Bern and Zug will end with a deserved victory for the guests. The Central Swiss turn a 0:1 in a 4:1 and go in the series with 1:0 in leadership. 12 Zug and 13 Berner had been in the play-off Final two years ago already. If, therefore, old rivalries set off again, remains a secret to the players. In any case, emotions have run in this first final game quickly. Some battle were the players on the edge of legality. So it is not surprised fell the decisive goal in the Powerplay. Garrett Roe provided after 47 minutes, and the third Zug of hits for the decision.

The qualifying winner from Bern was the home advantage (!) the sold-out stadium (16'557 viewers) already at the first opportunity. It must not worry the Bernese to the extent that the same are already in the quarter-final against Genève-Servette and was half-done final against Biel. Twice Bern had weakness in his home - just three wins in eight games, thanks to strong performances in the Strange offset.

Berne had done on Tuesday in the seventh game against Biel in the final, had initially found better into the game. Anyway, the Team of Kari Jalonen won in the first section of the better options. The lead after starting third, made by Jan Mursak in Powerplay (12.), was not used therefore. It was to compete for the SCB, the had, without the for personal reasons absent Thomas Rüfenacht, the eleventh Powerplay-Play goal in the last eight.

the train took 20 minutes to find in the game. After Bern had given the opponents a long time hardly room for development, as a train with one of the first to quickly put forward attacks the compensation. Brian Flynn deflected a long shot by Santeri Alatalo 1:1. It was the beginning of the turn. Twelve minutes later, Berns defender Justin Krueger lost in the forward motion of the Puck. Yannick-Lennart Albrecht completed a double pass for the lead.

For the decision in Roe, who had previously drawn the Anger of the Bernese audience, as he 37 made, of all things. Minute with a rather theatrical fall left and with a penalty to Beat Gerber was rewarded. A penalty for a swallow of Americans cashed in shortly thereafter. However, because Ramon suffered under sander, a penalty, came this Bern.

The charged atmosphere was the negative peak in the 49. Minute, as Berns Adam Almquist stretched the Zug Reto Suri with a Check against the head. For both of the match was after this action by: Almquist was sent with a rest of exclusion in the shower, and could be the first player (!) in these Playoffs, a game lock, Suri was injured collect in the cabin.

it was During Almquist and his team a disservice and gives you the Chance to Catch up made it impossible for the light, was Suris failure of the single, the more bitter Downer for the Zug. The ECC said it at the beginning of an effort to get in the rhythm. After the weak first third of the Zuger increased massively. They delivered a superior appearance, similar to those against Lugano and Lausanne in the round before more than just.


Bern - train 1:4 (1:0, 0:2, 0:2)

16'557 spectators. - SR Lemelin/Stricker, Kaderli/Wüst. - Goals: 12. Mursak (Moser, Arcobello/Exclusion Alatalo) 1:0. 24. Flynn (Alatalo, Martschini) 1:1. 36. Albrecht (Zehnder) 1:2. 47. Roe (Martschini/Exclusion Mursak) 1:3. 59. Everberg 1:4 (into an empty net). - Penalties: 7 times 2 plus 5 minutes (Almquist), plus the duration of the game (Almquist) against Bern, 7 times 2 plus 10 minutes (Everberg) to train. - PostFinance-Topskorer: Arcobello; Martschini.

Bern: Genoni; Krueger, Blum; the Burren, Lee; sander, Beat Gerber; Marti, Colin Gerber; Grassi, Mursak, Ebbett; Bieber, Arcobello, Moser; Sciaroni, home, Scherwey; Berger, Bruges, Fight.

train: Stephan; Diaz, Morant; Schlumpf, Zgraggen; Thiry, Alatalo; Zryd; Klingberg, Roe, Everberg; Martschini, Flynn, Suri; Lammer, Senteler, Simion; Leuenberger, Albrecht, Zehnder; Schnyder.

notes: Bern without a Rüfenacht (absent/private reasons), Haas, Kamerzin, Andersson (all injured) and Boychuk, train without McIntyre (both in excess of foreigners). Off The Post The Burren (33.). The Crossbar Mursak (45.). Suri excreted injured (48.). Timeout Bern (58:02), Bern, 58:10 to 58:35 without a goalkeeper. (Tages-Anzeiger)

Created: 11.04.2019, 19:31 PM

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