TWO HOURS OF PENALTY MINUTES IN MOSCOW RIVALRY, TAIFUN LOSE THEIR 10th IN A ROW

TWO HOURS OF PENALTY MINUTES IN MOSCOW RIVALRY, TAIFUN LOSE THEIR 10th IN A ROW
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24.10.2018 в 17:30
TWO HOURS OF PENALTY MINUTES IN MOSCOW RIVALRY, TAIFUN LOSE THEIR 10th IN A ROW
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Eight regular season games took place in Junior Hockey League on October 24th. It all began in Russia’s Far East, where St. Petersburg teams continue their road trip. We take a look at all of the matchups in this daily review on JHL official website.

Taifun suffer yet another blowout loss
Taifun (Primorsky Krai) - SKA-1946 (Saint Petersburg) 1 - 8 (1:2, 0:4, 0:2)
JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg win in Khabarovsk
Amurskie Tigry (Khabarovsk) - JHC Dynamo SPb (Saint Petersburg) 0 - 2 (0:0, 0:0, 0:2)
Ladiya couldn’t catch up to Omskie Yastreby
Ladya (Togliatti) - Omskie Yastreby (Omsk) 2 - 3 (0:1, 1:2, 1:0)
HC Kapitan win in China
KRS Heilongjiang (Bejing) - HC Kapitan (Stupino) 1 - 2 (0:0, 0:0, 1:2)
Irbis beat Belye Medvedi in Kazan
Irbis (Kazan) - Belye Medvedi (Chelyabinsk) 4 - 1 (2:0, 0:1, 2:0)
Mishkin scores twice to lift Krylia Sovetov over Krasnaya Armiya
Krasnaya Armiya (Moscow) - Krylya Sovetov (Moscow) 1 - 2 (0:1, 1:0, 0:1)
Almaz defeat HK Riga
HC Riga (Riga) - Almaz (Cherepovets) 0 - 2 (0:1, 0:0, 0:1)
Two hours of penalty minutes as Spartak win in overtime
JHC Dynamo M (Moscow) - JHC Spartak (Moscow) 0 - 1 (0:0, 0:0, 0:0, 0:1)

Taifun suffer yet another blowout loss

Taifun – SKA-1946 – 1-8 (1-2, 0-4, 0-2)

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After a devastating series against JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg, SKA-1946 made their way to Fetisov-Arena in Vladivostok to face Taifun. First game of against the ‘army men’ didn’t put a smile on local players as they allowed eight goals and scored just one. After Vladislav Tsitsyura had opened up the scoring in the first, Nikita Malmygin tied it up late in the period and that was the only goal Taifun would get. As for the visitors, they filled the net to the top. Kirill Petkov gave SKA-1946 their second lead of the night before the intermission.

GAME PHOTOS

St. Petersburg really put it out of reach in the second frame – Tsitsyura scored his second of the game, while Adel Galiullin, Timur Ibragimov and Alexei Ozhgikhin added one each to the scoresheet. In the final stanza Ibragimov got his second of the night as well, while Artyom Zhuk set the final score with a shorthanded marker. SKA-1946 enjoy a blowout 8-1 win on the road.

Taifun (Primorsky Krai) - SKA-1946 (Saint Petersburg) 1 - 8 (1:2, 0:4, 0:2)
0:1 - Tsitsyura Vladislav (Ogirchuk Daniil, Kalabushkin Evgeny) - 00:10
1:1 - Malmygin Nikita (Zholobov Yury, Voronin Mark) - 16:03
1:2 - Petkov Kirill (Shabarov Daniil, Zhuk Artyom) - 18:09
1:3 - Tsitsyura Vladislav (Ozhgikhin Alexei, Zhuk Artyom) - 20:33
1:4 - Galiullin Adel - 22:02
1:5 - Ibragimov Timur (Kozlov Mikhail Vik, Zhuk Artyom) - 35:44
1:6 - Ozhgikhin Alexei - 36:26
1:7 - Ibragimov Timur - 42:25
1:8 - Zhuk Artyom (Bogatsky Anton, Barinov Daniil) - 53:10
Veremchuk Ivan - Lysenkov Nikita

JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg win in Khabarovsk

Amurskie Tigry – JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg – 0-2 (0-0, 0-0, 0-2)

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JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg travelled from Vladivostok to Khabarovsk and beat Amurskie Tigry just as well, although in a much more modest and calculated manner. The visitors had the momentum on their side in the first 40 minutes of play but they managed to get on the board only early in the third period. Dynamo finally converted on a powerplay and it was no other but current top-scorer of the week Anton Vasiliev, who found the back of the net. Bogdan Zhilyakov picked up an assist on the play.

GAME PHOTOS

Dynamo got their second goal from Zhilyakov himself and once again it came on a powerplay, as Yegor Antonov got a minor. Dynamo win 2-0 and stay in among the top teams of the league, while goaltender Kirill Ustimenko earns a shutout with 26 saves.

Amurskie Tigry (Khabarovsk) - JHC Dynamo SPb (Saint Petersburg) 0 - 2 (0:0, 0:0, 0:2)
0:1 - Vasilyev Anton (Zhilyakov Bogdan, Barinov Daniil) - 44:17
0:2 - Zhilyakov Bogdan (Kudryavtsev Alexei, Anisimov Yegor) - 49:45
Kolupayev Grigory - Ustimenko Kirill

Ladiya couldn’t catch up to Omskie Yastreby

Ladiya – Omskie Yastreby – 2-3 (0-1, 1-2, 1-0)

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Ladiya Togliatti faced Omskie Yastreby on home ice. The ‘Hawks’ adjusted their game after a loss the day before and opened up the scoring late in the first period of play. Arseny Gritsyuk tried to pass it to the far post, but Ladiya defenseman blocked the lane and it ricocheted towards the net. Arseny Nikonorov played it straight to the blade of the stick of his opponent, who didn’t miss. The visitors looked like a better team in the second frame – Andrei Migur and Ilya Badanin improved the lead to three goals.

GAME PHOTOS

In the final minute of the period Andrei Grishakov got in on a breakaway and sent it past Georgy Dubrovsky with a nice wrister. Early in the third stanza Togliatti brought it back to within one – Yegor Alexeyev one-timed it home. But that was all Ladiya could get in this one – Omskie Yastreby take it 3-2 on the road.

Ladya (Togliatti) - Omskie Yastreby (Omsk) 2 - 3 (0:1, 1:2, 1:0)
0:1 - Gritsyuk Arseny (Astashevsky Semyon, Anisimov Yegor) - 18:58
0:2 - Migur Andrei (Badanin Ilya, Badanin Roman) - 24:29
0:3 - Badanin Ilya (Yelizarov Pavel An, Badanin Roman) - 27:03
1:3 - Grishakov Andrei (Leontyev Vladislav, Badanin Roman) - 39:37
2:3 - Alexeyev Yegor Al (Zinatullin Milan, Tsybin Maxim) - 41:30
Zabrodin Artyom, Nikonorov Arseny - Dubrovsky Georgy

HC Kapitan win in China

Kunlun Red Star Heilongjiang – HC Kapitan – 1-2 (0-0, 0-0, 1-2)

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Kunlun Red Star Heilongjiang played host to HC Kapitan Stupino in Harbin, China. All goals were scored in the third period of play. Stupino had the momentum and were outshooting the opposition but managed to get on the board only six minutes into the stanza with a powerplay tally – Denis Pyatkin got the marker. Four minutes later Alexei Zhilin improved the lead to 2-0. Chinese team pulled back to within a one goal differential as Ryan Riggs found his target. However, the ‘Dragons’ failed to force overtime in the remaining four minutes of regulation. Kapitan enjoy a 2-1 win in a hard-fought game.

GAME PHOTOS

KRS Heilongjiang (Bejing) - HC Kapitan (Stupino) 1 - 2 (0:0, 0:0, 1:2)
0:1 - Pyatkin Denis (Dorofeyev Nikita, Popov Daniil) - 45:48
0:2 - Zhilin Alexei (Kazakov Ivan E, Tyutchev Daniil) - 49:55
1:2 - Riggs Ryan (Zuo Runcheng, Guo Jianing) - 56:11
O'Brien Paris - Akhmetov Arseny

Irbis beat Belye Medvedi in Kazan

Irbis – Belye Medvedi – 4-1 (2-0, 0-1, 2-0)

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Irbis Kazan defeated Belye Medvedi Chelyabinsk 4-1 on home ice. 19-year-old forward Ruslan Akhmetvaliev took the stage in the opening period of play. Nine minutes in he opened up the scoring off a great passing play, while former Reaktor Nizhnekamsk Islam Khasanov and Razat Timirov picked up the helpers. Later in the period the same line got another goal and it was Akhmetvaliev’s second of the game.

GAME PHOTOS

Chelyabinsk won the second period as they scored the only goal to get back to within one – Grigory Nesvetayev found the back of the net. The marker turned out to be the only one Belye Medvedi would score all night. Three minutes into the next period Maxim Bykov improved Kazan’s lead to two goals once again, and then Danil Pyanov set the final score with an empty-netter in the final minute of regulation.

Irbis (Kazan) - Belye Medvedi (Chelyabinsk) 4 - 1 (2:0, 0:1, 2:0)
1:0 - Akhmetvaliyev Ruslan (Khasanov Islam, Timirov Razat) - 08:49
2:0 - Akhmetvaliyev Ruslan (Timirov Razat, Khasanov Islam) - 17:38
2:1 - Nesvetayev Grigory (Lavrinenko Leonid, Mansurov Demid) - 36:09
3:1 - Bykov Maxim (Shestopalov Mikhail, Sitdikov Ilyas) - 42:13
4:1 - Pyanov Danil (Vildanov Airat, Sitdikov Ilyas) - 59:08
Akhtyamov Artur - Mylnikov Sergei

Mishkin scores twice to lift Krylia Sovetov over Krasnaya Armiya

Krasnaya Armiya – Krylia Sovetov – 1-2 (0-1, 1-0, 0-1)

ZNS_6595-2.jpgKrasnaya Armiya Moscow defended the ice against Krylia Sovetov and lost in a hard-fought game. The visitors struck first – Yefim Mishkin sent one past Dmitry Lozebnikov just four minutes in. Right after that Valery Glebov got a 5-minute major and game misconduct for checking to the head. However, ‘Soviet Wings’ managed to kill off the long penalty. ‘Army men’ got back even only late in the second stanza – Grigory Bulatov scored on a counter-attack after Lozebnikov had made a flurry of saves.

GAME PHOTOS

And yet Krylia Sovetov walked away victorious. Three minutes into the third frame Yefim Mishkin scored his second of the game, while both teams were down a man. Late in regulation Artyom Melnikov had to make a few huge saves to keep his team in the lead and prevent Krasnaya Armiya from sending the game to overtime. Krylia Sovetov win 2-1 on the road.

Krasnaya Armiya (Moscow) - Krylya Sovetov (Moscow) 1 - 2 (0:1, 1:0, 0:1)
0:1 - Mishkin Yefim (Poroshin Rodion, Lyalin Kirill) - 03:15
1:1 - Bulatov Grigory (Chaban Ilya, Kapkin Vladimir) - 38:36
1:2 - Mishkin Yefim (Ryzhenkov Pavel, Kapkin Vladimir) - 42:03
Lozebnikov Dmitry - Melnikov Artyom

Almaz defeat HK Riga

HK Riga – Almaz – 0-2 (0-1, 0-0, 0-1)

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HK Riga lost on home ice to Almaz Cherepovets by the most popular score of the day – 2-0. Leonid Klimov opened up the scoring seven minutes into the first period of play, while Artyom Markov and Yegor Zaplatnikov picked up the assists. Riga piled up a lot of penalties in the second frame and failed to bring it back to even. As for Cherepovets, they scored another one early in the third stanza. Same players connected on the play, although this time around it was Zaplatnikov who sent it in. A brawl broke out late in regulation but it didn’t help the home team to get anything past Konstantin Shostak. Almaz netminder stopped all 29 shots he had to face to earn a shutout.

GAME PHOTOS

HC Riga (Riga) - Almaz (Cherepovets) 0 - 2 (0:1, 0:0, 0:1)
0:1 - Klimov Leonid (Markov Artyom, Zaplatnikov Yegor) - 06:11
0:2 - Zaplatnikov Yegor (Markov Artyom, Klimov Leonid) - 44:23
Bruveris Bruno - Shostak Konstantin

Two hours of penalty minutes as Spartak win in overtime

JHC Dynamo Moscow – JHC Spartak – 0-1 OT (0-0, 0-0, 0-0, 0-1)

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Moscow rivalry game between JHC Dynamo and JHC Spartak featured even fewer goals. Dynamo spent more time in the offensive end in the opening period of play but both goaltenders were on top of their game. A mass brawl broke out in the second stanza, which ended with a whopping total of over 100 penalty minutes. The game cooled down in the third frame and the teams switched to playing hockey. The red-and-white had the momentum on their side and in the end won the game in overtime. Ilya Talaluyev got the only marker as he buried the rebound. Mikhail Semeneko took the initial shot. Spartak win a really tough game on the road 1-0 in overtime.

GAME PHOTOS

JHC Dynamo M (Moscow) - JHC Spartak (Moscow) 0 - 1 (0:0, 0:0, 0:0, 0:1)
0:1 - Talaluyev Ilya (Kruzhenkov Yegor, Bulimov Mikhail) - 61:33
Kuznetsov Georgy - Skovronsky Andrei
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