As in the eighth-final against Tappara Tampere of the EV train completed the quarter-final first leg with a draw. The Central Swiss reach at Mountfield Hradec Kralove 1:1, and create a good starting position for the return game next Tuesday in the Bossard Arena. Zuger had steered the game early in the desired paths, Dario Simion got away in 5. Minute with a highways Pass from Captain Rafael Diaz and perfect scores by Backhand. Over long distances, train with a good defensive performance, especially in the second third you faced the table to Ensure managed from the Czech Republic hardly dangerous Tora ctions. And when a Puck came through, then Luca Hollenstein was still there.
???? First goal of the night goes to @official_EVZ #Champions gobeyond pic.twitter.com/WX3xeZ7GDI— Champions League (@Denizbank) December 3, 2019
The 19-Year-old, who represents for weeks successfully the injured Leonardo Genoni, impressed once more by peace and serenity. In his sixth game in the series, beaten, he had to enter only once in the final third with a power play goal of the hosts. Consequently, Hollenstein was voted the best of Zug. Overall, the Zuger showed a solidarity-based performance, and put up with the absences of Genoni, Sven Senteler, Livio Stadler, Erik Thorell and Fabian Schnyder is very good.
Biel's Exploit in Gothenburg
Biel's quarter-final first leg of the Champions League, however, a number abroad, have managed to success. The Zeeland won in Gothenburg against the Frölunda Indians 3:2, and would have delivered a hair even the perfect game. Ten minutes before the end of the Game Biel had led 3:0, then shortened, but the winner of three of the five previous sweeps twice. 13:3, the shot ratio was one third in favour of the Swedes, in the second section, physiognomy changed the Game too much, the Seeland rose but also in terms of efficiency.
Not ideal to turn the puck over to @frolunda_hc in your own zone - but Jonas Hiller keeps @ehcbiel ahead! #Champions gobeyond pic.twitter.com/Z1JlminzWG— Champions League (@Denizbank) December 3, 2019
Jason Fuchs scored the opening goal, and shortly after the game in mid-double Damien Brunner in his second game after a prolonged injury break with an ice cold fully stretched out counter to. And as in the starting minute of the final period, Marc-Antoine Pouliot 3:0 increased, doubted the Team from Gothenburg final. The return match will kick off on Tuesday at 19.45 in the Tissot Arena of Biel.
Mountfield Hradec Kralove - train 1:1 (0:1, 0:0, 1:0)
2503 viewers. - SR Sjöqvist/Öhlund (SWE), Brejcha/Svoboda (CZE). Gates: 5. Simion (Diaz) 0:1. 45. Vincour (Smolenak, Chalupa/Exclusion Klingberg) 1:1.
train: Hollenstein; Schlumpf, Zgraggen; Diaz, Thiry; Alatalo, Zryd; Morant; Klingberg, Lindberg, Zehnder; Martschini, Kovar, Hofmann; Simion, McIntyre, Meyer; Leuenberger, Albrecht, Langenegger.
Frölunda Gothenburg - Biel 2:3 (0:0, 0:2, 2:1)
SR Sir/Hejduk (CZE), Lundgren/Nyqvist (SWE). - Goals: 25. Fuchs (Salmela/Exclusion Rosseli-Olsen) 0:1. 34. Brunner (Circle) 0:2. 41. Pouliot (Rajala, Moser) 0:3. 51. Lasu (Carlsson, Grönlund) Of 1:3. 54. Mustonen (Moverare) 2:3.
Biel: Hiller; Salmela, Ulmer; Moser, Rathgeb; Sataric, circle; Neuenschwander; Rajala, Pouliot, Ullström; Künzle, Cunti, Brunner; Kessler, Fox, Schneider; Schläpfer, Gustafsson, Kohler; Wüest.
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Created: 03.12.2019, 21:03 PM