MISHKIN TERRIFIES KRASNAYA ARMIYA, LOKO TOPPLE SKA-VARYAGI

MISHKIN TERRIFIES KRASNAYA ARMIYA, LOKO TOPPLE SKA-VARYAGI
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25.10.2018 в 21:45
MISHKIN TERRIFIES KRASNAYA ARMIYA, LOKO TOPPLE SKA-VARYAGI
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Seven regular season games took place in Junior Hockey League on October 25th. Teams from both conferences hit the ice before the upcoming 3-day break. First two games in Russia’s Far East ended with the same score and the visitors prevailed in both of them. We take a look at all of the games in this daily review on JHL official website.

SKA-1946 win a hard-fought game in Vladivostok
Taifun (Primorsky Krai) - SKA-1946 (Saint Petersburg) 2 - 4 (2:0, 0:3, 0:1)
JHC Dynamo win another one for St. Petersburg
Amurskie Tigry (Khabarovsk) - JHC Dynamo SPb (Saint Petersburg) 2 - 4 (2:1, 0:1, 0:2)
Kapitan score three goals in three minutes and win in Harbin
KRS Heilongjiang (Bejing) - HC Kapitan (Stupino) 3 - 4 (1:1, 0:0, 2:3)
Mishkin lifts Krylia Sovetov over Krasnaya Armiya again
Krasnaya Armiya (Moscow) - Krylya Sovetov (Moscow) 2 - 3 (2:0, 0:2, 0:0, 0:1)
Almaz beat HK Riga for the second consecutive time
HC Riga (Riga) - Almaz (Cherepovets) 0 - 2 (0:0, 0:1, 0:1)
Loko blow past SKA-Varyagi in the second game of the series
SKA-Varyagi (Leningrad region) - Loko (Yaroslavl) 3 - 8 (2:2, 1:4, 0:2)
Spartak get a firm win in Moscow rivalry
JHC Dynamo M (Moscow) - JHC Spartak (Moscow) 0 - 5 (0:1, 0:3, 0:1)

SKA-1946 win a hard-fought game in Vladivostok

Taifun – SKA-1946 – 2-4 (2-0, 0-3, 0-1)

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Taifun Primorie Region had a great first period of play against SKA-1946 St. Petersburg. Home team took just four shots on net but two of them hit the target – first Pavel Yelizarov found the back of the net and four minutes later Nikita Malmygin sent another one past Nikita Lysenkov. Last year’s runners-up had the momentum on their side and were heavily outshooting the opposition. They finally managed to convert it into three goals in the second frame. Dmitry Ovechkin, Vladislav Tsitsyura and Anton Bogatsky got a marker each in a span of six minutes.

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Alexander Savchenkov’s men played with a cool head in the third stanza and grinded the clock till the final buzzer. Daniil Shabarov set the final score six minutes into the period. ‘Army men’ wrap up their trip to Russia’s Far East with a maximum number of points, while Taifun lose their 11th consecutive game.

Taifun (Primorsky Krai) - SKA-1946 (Saint Petersburg) 2 - 4 (2:0, 0:3, 0:1)
1:0 - Yelizarov Pavel Al (Chaikin Yegor) - 11:35
2:0 - Malmygin Nikita (Kuptsov Daniil, Zholobov Yury) - 15:47
2:1 - Ovechkin Dmitry (Ibragimov Timur, Zholobov Yury) - 25:36
2:2 - Tsitsyura Vladislav (Ogirchuk Daniil, Kholodenin Oleg) - 27:57
2:3 - Bogatsky Anton (Yefimov Nikita, Kholodenin Oleg) - 31:45
2:4 - Shabarov Daniil (Petkov Kirill, Barinov Daniil) - 45:37
Glazatov Vladislav - Lysenkov Nikita

JHC Dynamo win another one for St. Petersburg

Amurskie Tigry – JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg – 2-4 (2-1, 0-1, 0-2)

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The game in Khabarovsk ended with the same final score and once again it was the visiting team that got two points as JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg defeated local Amurskie Tigry. Just like SKA-1946, Dynamo lost the opening period of play as well. Ivan Belyakov and Evgeny Babushkin scored for the ‘Tigers’, while the St. Petersburg got a marker from Maxim Rogozin. However, just as Taifun, Khabarovsk couldn’t find the back of the net in the following 40 minutes.

GAME PHOTOS

In the last few moments of the second frame Dynamo brought the game back to even again – Bogdan Zhilyakov converted on a powerplay. Top players on the visiting team took the stage in the third stanza. 23 seconds after the puckdrop Alexander Zhabreyev gave Dynamo their first lead of the game – the goal counted after video review, which confirmed that the puck had crossed the line. Maxim Mikhailov secured the win late in regulation – notably, his goal also had to be video reviewed. It counted in the end and JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg followed SKA-1946’s success with a 4-2 win of their own.

Amurskie Tigry (Khabarovsk) - JHC Dynamo SPb (Saint Petersburg) 2 - 4 (2:1, 0:1, 0:2)
1:0 - Belyakov Ivan (Babushkin Evgeny, Popugayev Nikita A) - 06:45
1:1 - Rogozin Maxim - 12:52
2:1 - Babushkin Evgeny (Belyakov Ivan, Popugayev Nikita A) - 15:51
2:2 - Zhilyakov Bogdan (Vasilyev Anton, Popugayev Nikita A) - 39:48
2:3 - Zhabreyev Alexander (Chyobotov Sergei, Popugayev Nikita A) - 40:22
2:4 - Mikhailov Maxim (Nikulin Denis A, Popugayev Nikita A) - 55:23
Kolupayev Grigory - Ustimenko Kirill

Kapitan score three goals in three minutes and win in Harbin

Kunlun Red Star Heilongjiang – HC Kapitan – 3-4 (1-1, 0-0, 2-3)

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Kunlun Red Star Heilongjiang played hosts to HC Kapitan Stupino in the second game of the back-to-back series. The game turned out to be a high-scoring affair, in which the visitors prevailed. Just as the day before, Stupino won by just one goal. The teams traded tallies in the opening period of play – Amir Garayev netted one for Kapitan, while Andrei Lyu-Kay-Syu scored for the ‘Dragons’. Second frame featured only penalties and key events took place in the third stanza.

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Early into it Kapitan exploded with three goals in a span of three minutes – a scoring rate anybody would be jealous of. Daniil Popov, Georgy Merkulov and Ilya Kuznetsov got one each past Paris O’Brien. The Chinese side engaged in pursuit and almost caught up to Kapitan on the scoreboard – Yaroslav Yakovenko and Artyom Lobanov found the back of the net and made it 4-3. There were still eight minutes to be played in regulation time but Kunlun failed to force overtime, even though they could have beat Arseny Akhmetov on several occasions.

KRS Heilongjiang (Bejing) - HC Kapitan (Stupino) 3 - 4 (1:1, 0:0, 2:3)
0:1 - Garayev Amir (Merkulov Georgy, Popugayev Nikita A) - 01:23
1:1 - Lyu-Ke-Syu Andrei (Wang Jing, Lobanov Artyom) - 19:48
1:2 - Popov Daniil (Zhilin Alexei, Lobanov Artyom) - 40:42
1:3 - Merkulov Georgy (Garayev Amir, Lobanov Artyom) - 42:12
1:4 - Kuznetsov Ilya (Akhmetov Arseny, Lobanov Artyom) - 43:28
2:4 - Yakovenko Yaroslav (Lobanov Artyom, Hagen Hans) - 46:11
3:4 - Lobanov Artyom - 51:43
O'Brien Paris - Akhmetov Arseny

Mishkin lifts Krylia Sovetov over Krasnaya Armiya again

Krasnaya Armiya – Krylia Sovetov – 2-3 OT (2-0, 0-2, 0-0, 0-1)

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Krasnaya Armiya Moscow hosted Krylia Sovetov again and obviously wanted to get their revenge for losing the day before. The teams engaged in a fast-paced hockey in the opening period of play and it was ‘Red Army’ that converted better on their scoring chances. Nikita Dolgopyatov got on the board eight minutes in, while Maxim Sorkin skillfully tipped Danila Khulapov’s shot several shifts later.

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‘Soviet Wings’ turned the game around in the second frame. In a span of three minutes Dayan Yavgareyev and Ildar Kashafetdinov brought it back to even. Notably, Yavgareyev celebrated his initial goal of the year. The rest of the period featured a lot of penalties, most of which were taken by the visitors, who combined for a total of 20 minutes over the stretch. ‘Army men’ had the momentum on their side in the third stanza but that changed nothing on the scoreboard. The game went to overtime and Krylia Sovetov scored the winner – Yefim Mishkin sent it just inside the crossbar and beat Dmitry Lozebnikov. Looks like Mishkin has got Krasnaya Armiya’s number – the day before he scored a pair against the red-and-blue and that proved to be the difference. With this 3-2 overtime win Krylia Sovetov leave CSKA Ice Sports Palace with a maximum of four points.

Krasnaya Armiya (Moscow) - Krylya Sovetov (Moscow) 2 - 3 (2:0, 0:2, 0:0, 0:1)
1:0 - Dolgopyatov Nikita - 07:41
2:0 - Sorkin Maxim (Khulapov Danila, Hagen Hans) - 09:08
2:1 - Yavgareyev Dayan (Koksharov Artyom, Vyatkin Maxim) - 21:37
2:2 - Kashafetdinov Ildar (Solovyov Semyon, Klavdiyev Artyom) - 24:28
2:3 - Mishkin Yefim (Ryzhenkov Pavel, Klavdiyev Artyom) - 62:16
Lozebnikov Dmitry - Melnikov Artyom

Almaz beat HK Riga for the second consecutive time

HK Riga – Almaz – 0-2 (0-0, 0-1, 0-1)

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HK Riga once again played hosts to Almaz Cherepovets. The visitors created more scoring chances in the opening period, while Latvian team took just four shots on Dmitry Shugayev but neither of them were able to find the back of the net. Cherepovets finally got on the board five minutes into the second frame. Just a few seconds past the halfway mark of the stanza 17-year-old defenseman Ivan Rogov scored his first career Junior Hockey League goal past Niklavs Rauza. That marker proved to be the game-winner because Riga failed to find any scoring. Leonid Klimov set the final score early in the third period. Almaz went on to win the game 2-0 as Shugayev stopped all 28 shots he had to face for a shutout.

GAME PHOTOS

HC Riga (Riga) - Almaz (Cherepovets) 0 - 2 (0:0, 0:1, 0:1)
0:1 - Rogov Ivan (Zaplatnikov Yegor, Klimov Leonid) - 30:06
0:2 - Klimov Leonid (Morulyov Gleb, Rogov Ivan) - 44:08
Rauza Niklavs - Shugayev Dmitry

Loko blow past SKA-Varyagi in the second game of the series

SKA-Varyagi – Loko – 3-8 (2-2, 1-4, 0-2)

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Loko Yaroslavl continued their back-to-back series against SKA-Varyagi in St. Petersburg. The start of the game turned out to be very eventful as the score was 2-2 just ten minutes in. The visitors took the lead twice as Alexander Dariyn and Anton Malyshev found the back of the net. Home team managed to tie it up again rather quickly on both occasions – Daniil Kalmykov and Alexander Katayev got the markers. The game followed a similar scenario in the first half of the second period. ‘Railway men’ once again grabbed the lead as Nikita Zhukov found his target but SKA-1946 brought it back to even with Ilya Altybarmakyan’s tally.

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The visitors dominated in the following minutes of the period. Vladislav Chervonenko ended his goal-drought that had lasted for a few games and 90 seconds later Ilya Nikolayev got another one in for Loko. Late in the period Igor Zenchikov improved the lead to 6-3 for Yaroslavl. In the third stanza Loko made sure they were going to leave the ice with a blowout win – Nikolayev scored his second of the game, while Maxim Denezhkin chipped in one more. Loko take it 8-3 on the road.

SKA-Varyagi (Leningrad region) - Loko (Yaroslavl) 3 - 8 (2:2, 1:4, 0:2)
0:1 - Daryin Alexander - 01:48
1:1 - Kalmykov Daniil (Altybarmakyan Ilya, Rogov Ivan) - 03:30
1:2 - Malyshev Anton O (Zenchikov Igor, Rogov Ivan) - 08:06
2:2 - Katayev Alexander (Kuyanov Denis, Yarovinsky Fyodor) - 09:57
2:3 - Zhukov Nikita (Lukichyov Anton, Chervonenko Vladislav) - 27:42
3:3 - Altybarmakyan Ilya (Alexeyev Vyacheslav, Chervonenko Vladislav) - 28:13
3:4 - Chervonenko Vladislav (Zhukov Nikita, Chervonenko Vladislav) - 32:27
3:5 - Nikolayev Ilya E (Khaliullin Rostislav, Zenchikov Igor) - 34:00
3:6 - Zenchikov Igor (Glovatsky Daniil, Zenchikov Igor) - 37:32
3:7 - Denezhkin Maxim (Minayev Yelisei, Tesanov Daniil) - 42:44
3:8 - Nikolayev Ilya E (Gutik Daniil, Tesanov Daniil) - 48:21
Ivanov Alexei, Nikolayev Dmitry - Isayev Daniil

Spartak get a firm win in Moscow rivalry

JHC Dynamo Moscow – JHC Spartak – 0-5 (0-1, 0-3, 0-1)

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Last game of the day was Part II of the back-to-back series between JHC Dynamo and JHC Spartak Moscow. The day before there was no goals in regulation or overtime, but this time the teams weren’t so harsh on the fans. Spartak got on the board four minutes in – Alexander Avksentyev beat Ivan Kulikov. The red-and-white dominated in the second period as they scored three more unanswered goals. Avksentyev scored his second of the night, while Ivan Klepko and Yegor Kuzmenko chipped in one each. Both of their markers came in on a powerplay.

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Ruslan Novruzov set the final score in the last minute of regulation. JHC Spartak Moscow enjoy a blowout 5-0 win in a rivalry game, while goaltender Andrei Skovronsky stopped all 34 shots he had to face for a shutout.

JHC Dynamo M (Moscow) - JHC Spartak (Moscow) 0 - 5 (0:1, 0:3, 0:1)
0:1 - Avksentyev Alexander (Bulimov Mikhail, Kuzmenko Yegor) - 03:12
0:2 - Avksentyev Alexander (Kravchenko Yegor, Legalin Andrei) - 29:28
0:3 - Klepko Ivan (Bulimov Mikhail, Levanov Danila) - 30:28
0:4 - Kuzmenko Yegor (Bulimov Mikhail, Levanov Danila) - 37:20
0:5 - Novruzov Ruslan - 59:18
Zherenko Vadim, Kulikov Ivan - Skovronsky Andrei
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