KRYLIA SOVETOV ARE BACK IN THE PLAYOFF ZONE, ST. PETERSBURG TEAMS WIN IN RUSSIA’S FAR EAST

KRYLIA SOVETOV ARE BACK IN THE PLAYOFF ZONE, ST. PETERSBURG TEAMS WIN IN RUSSIA’S FAR EAST
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25.01.2018 в 19:15
KRYLIA SOVETOV ARE BACK IN THE PLAYOFF ZONE, ST. PETERSBURG TEAMS WIN IN RUSSIA’S FAR EAST
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Six regular season games took place in Junior Hockey League on January 25th. It all began in Russia’s Far East where Amurskie Tigry Khabarovsk and Taifun Primorie Region played hosts to teams from St. Petersburg.

 

Khabarovsk had a 2-0 lead late in the 2nd period of the game against JHC Dinamo St. Petersburg but failed to hold on to it. Alexander Gopiyenko and Yegor Mozharov scored for the ‘Tigers’. Artyom Chernov got a goal back for Dinamo before the intermission and in the 3rd stanza the visitors gave the opposition a lot of work to do – especially their goaltender Danil Timchenko. As a result, they got goals from Vyacheslav Shevchenko and Anton Vasiliev. JHC Dinamo St. Petersburg enjoy a 3-2 win on the road.


Amurskie Tigry (Khabarovsk) – JHC Dinamo (St. Petersburg) – 2-3 (1-0, 1-1, 0-2)

1-0 – Gopiyenko (Shunkin, Bogdanov) – 19-15

2-0 – Mozharov (Zaseda, Voloshin) – 37-09

2-1 – Chernov (Yelshansky, Dynyak) – 39-01

2-2 – Shevchenko (Sulima) – 41-23

2-3 – Vasiliev (Chernov, Sulima) – 43-50

 

Goaltenders: Timchenko - Ustimenko

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Another St. Petersburg team, SKA-1946, enjoyed a very solid win in Ussuriysk over Taifun. Despite the final score, home side played well defensively and ‘gave in’ only in the 3rd period of play as they visitors netted three tallies. Daniil Ogirchuk opened up the scoring at 11-50 and that remained the only goal of the game for a long time. Artyom Nikolyaev and Alexander Ivanov got two points each, while Nikita Lysenkov stopped all 17 shots he had to face and thus earned a shutout.


Taifun (Primorie Region) – SКА-1946 (St. Petersburg) – 0-4 (0-1, 0-0, 0-3)

0-1 – Ogirchuk (Kholodenin) – 11-50

0-2 – Yefimov (Zhuk, Basisty) – 45-32

0-3 – Nikolayev (Ivanov) – 54-45

0-4 – Bukhryakov (Nikolayev, Ivanov) – 55-56

 

Goaltenders: Bulygin - Lysenkov

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Krylia Sovetov Moscow beat Russkie Vityazi in the road. With these three points ‘Soviet Wings’ edge Kunlun Red Star Junior from the 8th spot in the Western Conference. The visitors allowed a goal first but got in the lead on the 2nd period with a powerplay goal at 38-35. With just over ten minutes to go in regulation Vladimir Mikhasyonok got a shorthanded marker. Chekhov team brought the game back to even but that was as close as they could get – Stanislav Kevlin netted another one at 57-34 and thus set the final score. Krylia Sovetov win 4-2 on the road.


Russkie Vityazi (Moscow Region) – Krylia Sovetov (Moscow) – 2-4 (1-0, 0-2, 1-2)

1-0 – Gorokhov (Kozhemyakin, Khrapsky) – 06-44

1-1 – Meshkov (Kaptelin) – 31-35

1-2 – Dmitrichev (Mikhasyonok, Lyalin) – 38-35 PPG

1-3 – Mikhasyonok (Poroshin, Dmitrichev) – 49-22 SHG

2-3 – Goncharov (Chuykov, Gavrilovich) – 50-22 PPG

2-4 – Kevlin (Kaptelin, Kopylov) – 57-34

 

Goaltenders: Dorozhko - Treschalin

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Almaz Cherepovets beat SKA-Serebryanye Lvy St. Petersburg on home ice and essentially sent SKA-1946 to the playoffs. Cherepovets allowed a goal first but then went on to get a tally in each of the three periods. With this win Almaz continue their pursuit of Krasnaya Armiya Moscow, who are currently 5th in the Western Conference.


Almaz (Cherepovets) – SKA-Serebryanye Lvy (St. Petersburg) – 3-1 (1-1, 1-0, 1-0)

0-1 – Tyuneyev (Shlyakhtov, Chernov) – 04-20

1-1 – Zhirnov (Bakulin) – 11-04

2-1 – Grachyov (Unassisted) – 34-41 PPG

3-1 – Morulyov (Grozov, Kapustin) – 55-15

 

Goaltenders: Artamkin - Ivanov

GAME PHOTOS

 

JHC Spartak Moscow unexpectedly lost to HC Kapitan Stupino. Amir Garayev was the first star of the game as he scored a hat-trick - it took Kapitan’s leader just two periods of play. Trailing 4-1 Spartak woke up and brought the game back to within one with just over four minutes remaining to play in regulation. However, Alexander Kuruskin netted another one on a powerplay at 58-12 and take away the red-and-white’s last hope. Kapitan enjoy a 5-3 win on home ice.

HC Kapitan (Stupino) – JHC Spartak (Moscow) – 5-3 (1-1, 3-0, 1-2)

1-0 – Garayev (Starkov, Merkulov) – 15-22

1-1 – Kravchenko (Kruzhenkov) – 17-37

2-1 – Garayev (Merkulov) – 31-23

3-1 – Popov (Unassisted) – 35-18

4-1 – Garayev (Starkov, Merkulov) – 39-53

4-2 – Kravchenko (Bulimov) – 42-44

4-3 – Kruzhenkov (Pervov) – 55-41

5-3 – Kuruskin (Unassisted) – 58-12 PPG

 

Goaltenders: Kochetkov – Skovronsky, Sinegubkin

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Another hard-fought game took place in Riga, Latvia where Dinamo’s major junior team beat Chayka Nizhny Novgorod. Evgeny Matyanin opened up the scoring early in the 1st period but HK Riga answered that before the intermission. Then Roberts Kalkis and Reinis Leinieks got a goal each to win it for the Latvian team. Despite having 2nd worst record in the Western Conference, HK Riga still have a chance of making the playoffs.


HK Riga (Riga) – Chayka (Nizhny Novgorod) – 3-1 (1-1, 1-0, 1-0)

0-1 – Matyanin (Ponosov) – 05-07

1-1 – Fjodorovs (Popovs, Svanenbergs) – 14-38

2-1 – Kalkis (Grinbergs) – 26-12

3-1 – Leinieks (Vjaters) – 54-25

 

Goaltenders: Rauza - Kozhokar

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