due to the weather conditions and the large audience influx (4406) was in the SM-semi-final 2:5 moved ahead 15 minutes, and the persistent snövädret made it very svårspelat on the Zinken.
But it was Västerås, which is housed in the indoor in the ABB Arena, who thrived best in the tempest, on the Zinken.
obliquely into the game and were 0-2 after a quarter of an hour.
Simon Jansson raked in a målvaktsretur after seven minutes and Tobias Holmberg increased to 2-0 after a quarter of an hour.
Hammarby created some chances in the first half, but Västerås played smart defensively and took the relatively simple tip of Hammarbys offensive.
When Hammarby chased a reduction increased Västerås to 3-0 on a corner kick by Jesper Hermansson.
Maybe not the result fully reflected the run of the game after 45 minutes, but WHO thrived in spite of the heavy snowfall.
half took the Glass over the match and lined up four straight corner kicks, but it took a penalty to break the Västerås målnolla.
Christopher Fagerströms 1-3 gave Bajen hope in the 62nd minute, a penalty that skilled Henrik Kjellsson in the case was extremely close to clear.
Hammarby continued to dominate and the drama increased when Kalle Spjuth reduced to 2-3 at the end of his season 71.
the reply message put David Pizzoni Elfving in the 81st minute and it leaned more to the Hammarby who chased a winner in normal time.
But at the time silenced Simon Jansson storpubliken on the Zinken with a crucial goal.
the SK series. 2-0 and secure a finalbiljett on Monday when the third semi-final played in Västerås.
It was with heavy heads Hammarby left the ice.
Hammarbys top scorer Christopher Fagerström:
– It is heavy to lose such matches. It was uphill in the first half, but we made it good in the other. But it is not enough to let in a goal in overtime, " says Bajenstjärnan disappointed to to to to Bandyplay.
But Hammarby have definitely not given up.
– We are to recover and run everything we have. It is time to do something that Hammarby will remember for a long time, " says Christopher Fagerström.