SARMATY UPSET MAMONTY YUGRY, SKA-VARYAGI END YEAR ON BRIGHT NOTE

SARMATY UPSET MAMONTY YUGRY, SKA-VARYAGI END YEAR ON BRIGHT NOTE
Main
28.12.2018 в 21:45
SARMATY UPSET MAMONTY YUGRY, SKA-VARYAGI END YEAR ON BRIGHT NOTE
Share

Five regular season games took place in Junior Hockey League on December 28th. We take a look at all of them in this daily review on JHL official website.

Kapitan steamrolled over Taifun in the first period and ended the year with a win
Taifun (Primorsky Krai) - HC Kapitan (Stupino) 3 - 6 (0:5, 3:1, 0:0)
Sarmaty edge Mamonty Yugry in the shootout
Mamonty Ugry (Khanty-Mansiysk) - Sarmaty (Orenburg) 2 - 3 (0:0, 1:0, 1:2, 0:0, 0:1)
Ladiya escape loss in regulation, Irbis still win in the shootout
Irbis (Kazan) - Ladya (Togliatti) 4 - 3 (2:1, 1:1, 0:1, 0:0, 1:0)
Chayka bounce back from a blowout loss on home ice
Chaika (Nizhny Novgorod) - Almaz (Cherepovets) 4 - 3 (1:1, 1:1, 1:1, 0:0, 1:0)
SKA-Varyagi win in Riga again
HC Riga (Riga) - SKA-Varyagi (Leningrad region) 0 - 3 (0:0, 0:1, 0:2)

Kapitan steamrolled over Taifun in the first period and ended the year with a win

Taifun – HC Kapitan – 3-6 (0-5, 3-1, 0-0)

IMG_7064.jpg

HC Kapitan Stupino finish the year on a bright note a they defeated Taifun Primorie Region in Vladivostok. The visitors essentially put it out of reach in the first 12 minutes of play as they stormed Taifun’s net and scored four unanswered goals. Home team was down 2-0 just five minutes in a Denis Morozov and Amir Garayev got the markers. Soon after that Morozov got his second of the night and then Grigory Ponkratov scored another one. Primorie Region were forced to swap their netminders after that – Ivan Veremchuk replaced Anton Borodkin between the pipes.

GAME PHOTOS

Veremchuk got scored on before the intermission as Georgy Merkulov converted on a penalty shot. After such a hot first period of play Kapitan managed to keep their legs going, despite Ivan Bunov getting a goal back early in the second. Nikita Dorofeyev capitalized on a powerplay, thus concluding the scoring for the visitors. Gleb Maltsev scored twice for Taifun – notably, he got a powerplay tally and a shorthanded marker. There were no goals in the third frame and Stupino worked the clock en route to a 6-3 win on the road.

Taifun (Primorsky Krai) - HC Kapitan (Stupino) 3 - 6 (0:5, 3:1, 0:0)
0:1 - Morozov Denis (Maltsev Artyom S) - 02:37
0:2 - Garayev Amir (Merkulov Georgy) - 04:30
0:3 - Morozov Denis - 11:02
0:4 - Ponkratov Grigory (Merkulov Georgy) - 11:12
0:5 - Merkulov Georgy - 14:44
1:5 - Bunov Ivan (Klisunov Alexander) - 21:39
1:6 - Dorofeyev Nikita (Zhilin Alexei) - 23:15
2:6 - Maltsev Gleb (Anufriyev Nikolai, Voronin Mark) - 26:00
3:6 - Maltsev Gleb (Bunov Ivan) - 30:17
Borodkin Anton, Veremchuk Ivan - Mikhailov Artyom

Sarmaty edge Mamonty Yugry in the shootout

Mamonty Yugry – Sarmaty – 2-3 SO (0-0, 1-0, 1-2, 0-0, 0-1)

20181228_MYU_SRM_0163_Listyuk.jpg

Mamonty Yugry suffered an upset on home ice as they lost to Sarmaty Orenburg in the shootout. First goal of the game came only late in the second period – Kirill Popov scored right after Orenburg had killed off a penalty. Sarmaty could have won it in regulation – Alexander Molofeyev tied the game up and with 90 seconds remaining to play in regulation Ivan Ukolov put the visitors in the lead.

GAME PHOTOS

Orenburg couldn’t hold on to the lead – Ivan Vorobyov brought it back to even just 34 seconds later. Overtime solved nothing and the visitors went on to win in the shootout – Daniil Sokolka scored the winner.

Mamonty Ugry (Khanty-Mansiysk) - Sarmaty (Orenburg) 2 - 3 (0:0, 1:0, 1:2, 0:0, 0:1)
1:0 - Popov Kirill (Yezhov Ivan, Karandeyev Artyom) - 37:39
1:1 - Molofeyev Alexander (Ukolov Ivan, Yulbarisov Oskar) - 53:56
1:2 - Ukolov Ivan (Molofeyev Alexander, Yulbarisov Oskar) - 58:24
2:2 - Vorobyov Ivan V (Gaideik Vladimir, Loza Ilya) - 58:58
2:3 - Sokolka Daniil - 65:00
Kuzmaul Konstantin - Maslennikov Nikita

Ladiya escape loss in regulation, Irbis still win in the shootout

Irbis – Ladiya – 4-3 SO (2-1, 1-1, 0-1, 0-0, 1-0)

ALI-Irbis-Ladja-181228_0439.jpg

Irbis Kazan played hosts to Ladiya Togliatti. Home team allowed a goal first – Evgeny Groshev got the marker. However, not only Kazan managed to get back even before the intermission but they grabbed the lead as well – Dmitry Voronkov and Savely Kuvardin found the back of the net. Early in the second frame Danil Pyanov sent another one past Ruslan Yalbuyev and forced him to be replaced by Gleb Bannikov. The visitors grabbed the momentum after that and Semyon Zhuravlyov made it a 1-goal game again.

GAME PHOTOS

Groshev scored his second of the game late in the third period of play to bring it back to square one again and thus forcing overtime. Togliatti salvaged a point but Irbis still went on to win it in the shootout – Mikhail Shestopalov scored the winner.

Irbis (Kazan) - Ladya (Togliatti) 4 - 3 (2:1, 1:1, 0:1, 0:0, 1:0)
0:1 - Groshev Evgeny (Grishakov Andrei) - 07:04
1:1 - Voronkov Dmitry (Safonov Ilya, Muzhikov Dmitry) - 16:47
2:1 - Kuvardin Savely (Shestopalov Mikhail, Degtyaryov Kirill) - 19:14
3:1 - Pyanov Danil - 21:07
3:2 - Zhuravlyov Semyon (Grishakov Andrei) - 38:41
3:3 - Grishakov Andrei (Groshev Evgeny, Zhuravlyov Semyon) - 55:31
4:3 - Shestopalov Mikhail - 65:00
Akhtyamov Artur - Bannikov Gleb, Yalbuyev Ruslan

Chayka bounce back from a blowout loss on home ice

Chayka – Almaz – 4-3 SO (1-1, 1-1, 1-1, 0-0, 1-0)

20181228_5731.jpg

After suffering a massive blowout, Chayka Nizhny Novgorod came hard and focused for the second game of the back-to-back series against Almaz Cherepovets. It turned out to be and hard-fought contest. That is especially true for the first two period of play as the teams were trading leads. Akim Kolomarov answered to Artyom Markov’s tally, while Ilya Olendarenko put Nizhny Novgorod in the lead in the second frame. The visitors tied it up with Markov’s second of the night.

GAME PHOTOS

It all happened again in the third stanza. Nizhny Novgorod captain Donat Stalnov got one midway through the frame but Danila Roganov let his team down getting a minor – Kirill Nizhnikov scored his second goal of the year on the ensuing powerplay. Notably, his first tally of the year came the day before. The game went to the shootout and Nizhny Novgorod had the upper hand in it.

Chaika (Nizhny Novgorod) - Almaz (Cherepovets) 4 - 3 (1:1, 1:1, 1:1, 0:0, 1:0)
0:1 - Markov Artyom (Morulyov Gleb, Fyodorov Vladislav) - 16:16
1:1 - Kolomarov Akim (Barinov Semyon, Olendarenko Ilya) - 19:17
2:1 - Olendarenko Ilya (Vengryzhanovsky Denis) - 26:55
2:2 - Markov Artyom (Petrov Gleb, Danch Ivan) - 33:27
3:2 - Stalnov Donat (Platonov Danila, Panchuk Andrei) - 49:24
3:3 - Нижников Кирилл (Kalobanov Rodion, Kolesnikov Nikita V) - 55:28
4:3 - Pochivalov Denis - 65:00
Andreyev Daniil - Shugayev Dmitry

SKA-Varyagi win in Riga again

HK Riga – SKA-Varyagi – 0-3 (0-0, 0-1, 0-2)

_W2R5992.jpg

In the final game of the day SKA-Varyagi beat HK Riga on the road as they scored three unanswered goals. First period of play featured no score and a lot of penalties. The visitors got on the board in the second frame as Denis Mikhnin found the back of the net. That was followed by a few more brawls – the biggest of which was between Renars Karkls, Denis Fyodorovs and Nikolai Polyakov. Early in the third stanza Ilya Altybarmakyan sent another one past Artur Šilovs. Grigory Gryaznov set the final score nine minutes into the period. Penalties kept piling up till the final buzzer – Adel Galiullin got in the spotlight for throwing his stick. Dmitry Nikolayev stopped all 36 shots he had to face to earn a shutout win. SKA-Varyagi take it 3-0 on the road.

GAME PHOTOS

HC Riga (Riga) - SKA-Varyagi (Leningrad region) 0 - 3 (0:0, 0:1, 0:2)
0:1 - Mikhnin Denis (Galushkin Andrei) - 24:04
0:2 - Altybarmakyan Ilya (Kuznetsov Pavel, Kalmykov Daniil) - 41:24
0:3 - Gryaznov Grigory (Gordin Alexander) - 48:10
Silovs Arturs - Nikolayev Dmitry
Share