ST. PETERSBURG TEAM ARE UNDEFEATED IN RUSSIA’S FAR EAST. JANUARY 29th ROUND-UP

ST. PETERSBURG TEAM ARE UNDEFEATED IN RUSSIA’S FAR EAST. JANUARY 29th ROUND-UP
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ST. PETERSBURG TEAM ARE UNDEFEATED IN RUSSIA’S FAR EAST. JANUARY 29th ROUND-UP
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Six regular season games took place in Junior Hockey League on January 29th. SKA-1946 and JHC Dinamo St. Petersburg continued their road trip in Russia’s Far East as they swapped their opponents for the first time as playoff contenders.

 

Amurskie Tigry Khabarovsk gave SKA-1946 St. Petersburg a real run for their money but still fell short in the end allowing a late goal. That has been Khabarovsk signature trait this season. ‘The Tigers’ came back from behind twice – German Voloshin and Evgeny Babushkin found the back of the net. Artyom Nikolayev scored the game-winning goal at 58-43 for SKA-1946. With this 3-2 win St. Petersburg gain three points on Loko Yaroslavl and soared to the top of Western Conference. Notably, Yaroslavl have three games in hand.

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Amurskie Tigry (Khabarovsk) – SКА-1946 (St. Petersburg) – 2-3 (0-0, 0-1, 2-2)

0-1 – Tsaryuk (Shabarov, Ogirchuk) – 34-19

1-1 – Voloshin (Zaseda, Lushnikov) – 40-23 PPG

1-2 – Petkov (Kurbatov, Basisty) – 45-24

2-2 – Babushkin (Nedilko) – 49-42

2-3 – Nikolayev (Sharpanskikh, Zhuk) – 58-43

 

Goaltenders: Kiselyov - Lysenkov

GAME PHOTOS

Taifun Primorie Region also had a real opportunity to get points as they faced JHC Dinamo St. Petersburg, but they broke down late in the game as well. The teams were deadlocked at 1-1 up till the 59th minute of regulation time. Ivan Ponivanov scored for Taifun and Alexei Kudryavtsev got one for the visiting team. Late in the 3rd stanza Dinamo scored three unanswered goals – Artyom Chernov, Anton Vasiliev and Maxim Mikhailov got the markers in a span of 1-53. JHC Dinamo St. Petersburg enjoy a 4-1 win on the road.

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Taifun (Primorie Region) – JHC Dinamo (St. Petersburg) – 1-4 (1-0, 0-1, 0-3)

1-0 – Poniavanov (Nikitin) – 08-10

1-1 – Kudryavtsev (Vasiliev, Nazarevich) – 29-26

1-2 – Chernov (Barabanov, Mikhailov) – 58-06

1-3 – Vasiliev (Shepitko, Nazarevich) – 59-02

1-4 – Mikhailov (Shepitko, Barabanov) – 59-59

 

Goaltenders: Bulygin – Ustimenko

GAME PHOTOS

JHC Spartak Moscow continue their pursuit of Western Conference’s top teams as they beat Russkie Vityazi on the road. Notably, the latter do whatever they can to get in the playoff picture. Yegor Voronkov tied the game up in the 2nd period, after Anton Pervov had opened up the scoring at 23-33 with a powerplay marker, but after that Spartak was the only team scoring. The red-and-white netted another one before the intermission and added three more in the final frame. Mikhail Shalagin got a pair of tallies and he also set the final score. The red-and-white win 5-2.

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Russkie Vityazi (Moscow Region) – JHC Spartak (Moscow) – 2-5 (0-0, 1-2, 1-3)

0-1 – Pervov (Bulimov, Rozanov) – 23-33 PPG

1-1 – Voronkov (Unassisted) – 30-36

1-2 – Zholobov (Pervov) – 33-12

1-3 – Shalagin (Tsaryov) – 45-13 PPG

1-4 – Bulimov (Trishin) – 54-18 PPG

2-4 – Moiseyev (Tostogan, Khrapsky) – 56-29

2-5 – Shalagin (Sorokin, Talaluyev) – 59-07 EN

Goaltenders: Donenko - Sinegubkin

GAME PHOTOS

Krylia Sovetov Moscow solidified their position at 8th place in the Western Conference with a shootout win over HC Kapitan Stupino. Home team, which had lost every chance of making the playoffs this year, played very calm defensively and allowed the only goal while playing shorthanded. Kapitan tied it up at 44-02 – Yegor Postnov found the back of the net. Vladimir Mikhasyonok scored the shootout winner and got the extra point for ‘the Soviet Wings’.

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HC Kapitan (Stupino) – Krylia Sovetov (Moscow) – 1-2 SO (0-1, 0-0, 1-0, 0-0, 0-1)

0-1 – Poroshin (Kevlin, Kaptelin) – 10-23 PPG

1-1 – Postnov (Unassisted) – 44-02

1-2 – Mikhasyonok – 65-00 SOW

 

Goaltenders: Kochetkov - Treschalin

GAME PHOTOS

Another game went to the shootout in Yaroslavl, where local Loko had to erase a 2-goal deficit in the matchup against SKA-Serebryanye Lvy St. Petersburg. ‘The Predators’ scored two even strength goals in a span of 2-22 – notably, Daniil Kalmykov converted on a penalty shot. Kirill Slepets sliced that 2-0 lead in half less than a minute later and early in the 3rd stanza Maxim Afanasyev brought it all back to even. Nikita Anokhovsky scored the shootout winner and Loko took it 3-2 on home ice.

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Loko (Yaroslavl) – SKA-Serebryanye Lvy (St. Petersburg) – 3-2 SO (0-0, 1-2, 1-0, 0-0, 1-0)

0-1 – Polyakov (Chernov) – 29-26

0-2 – Kalmykov – 31-48 SOW

1-2 – Slepets (Anokhovsky, Afanasyev) – 32-36

2-2 – Afanasyev (Denezhkin, Zenchikov) – 40-56

3-2 – Anokhovsky – 65-00 SOW


Goaltenders: Yakovlev - Ivanov

GAME PHOTOS

In the last game of the day HC Riga beat Atlanty Moscow Region. Home team opened up the scoring in the 2nd period – Arturs Homjakovs got the marker. Atlanty answered with a tally by Pavel Pravilo a few minutes into the 3rd stanza. Shortly after that Mikus Mintautiskis scored his 1st career Junior Hockey League goal and that eventually turned out to be the game-winner. HC Riga win 2-1 on home ice.

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HC Riga (Riga) – Atlanty (Moscow Region) – 2-1 (0-0, 1-0, 1-1)

1-0 – Homjakovs (Zile) – 27-12 PPG

1-1 – Pravilo (Vaschuk, Zimin) – 46-44

2-1 – Mintautiskis (Leinieks, Karkls) – 50-33

 

Goaltenders: Rauza - Kalinin

GAME PHOTOS

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