REAKTOR SNAP THEIR LOSING STREAK, AVTO AND STALNYE LISY WIN ON THE ROAD

REAKTOR SNAP THEIR LOSING STREAK, AVTO AND STALNYE LISY WIN ON THE ROAD
06.01.2019 в 18:00
REAKTOR SNAP THEIR LOSING STREAK, AVTO AND STALNYE LISY WIN ON THE ROAD
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Just four regular season games took place in Junior Hockey League on January 6th. We take a look at all of them in this daily review on JHL official website.

SKA-Varyagi enjoy another blowout win over Kunlun in Harbin
KRS Heilongjang (Bejing) - SKA-Varyagi (Leningrad region) 0 - 7 (0:0, 0:1, 0:6)
Sputnik fail to pull off a comeback in the game against Avto
Sputnik Al (Almetyevsk) - Avto (Ekaterinburg) 3 - 5 (1:1, 0:2, 2:2)
Reaktor snap their 7-game skid
Reaktor (Nizhnekamsk) - Tolpar (Ufa) 4 - 1 (4:0, 0:0, 0:1)
Stalnye Lisy win in Orenburg
Sarmaty (Orenburg) - Stalnye Lisy (Magnitogorsk) 1 - 4 (1:1, 0:2, 0:1)

SKA-Varyagi enjoy another blowout win over Kunlun in Harbin

Kunlun Red Star Heilongjiang – SKA-Varyagi – 0-7 (0-0, 0-1, 0-6)

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Kunlun Red Star Heilongjiang played hosts to SKA-Varyagi and the visitors once again enjoyed a blowout win, not letting the opposition get even a single goal. However, first period of play featured no goals but a lot of brawls, penalties and powerplays. Which is especially true for the home side, who piled up 38 penalty minutes in the opening period alone. Late in the second stanza Lev Berdichevsky’s men finally got on the board – Andrei Proskurnin found the back of the net.

GAME PHOTOS

The visitors were unstoppable in the third frame. First Alexander Gordin and Denis Mikhnin improved the lead to 3-0. After that the ‘Dragons’ delegated Kevin Qiao between the pipes, but St. Petersburg kept on filling the net. Andrei Gradushkin converted on a powerplay, which was followed by a marker from Artyom Gradovich. Gradovich and Mikhnin went on to score their second goals of the night each, while Dmitry Nikolayev stopped all 15 shots he had to face en route to a 7-0 win on the road.

KRS Heilongjang (Bejing) - SKA-Varyagi (Leningrad region) 0 - 7 (0:0, 0:1, 0:6)
0:1 - Proskurnin Andrei (Kiryanov Nikita Yu, Kudryashov Ilya) - 38:42
0:2 - Gordin Alexander (Polyakov Nikolai, Proskurnin Andrei) - 41:14
0:3 - Mikhnin Denis (Tankov Kirill, Galushkin Andrei) - 42:29
0:4 - Galushkin Andrei (Shkodenko Yegor) - 45:55
0:5 - Gradovich Artyom (Zorkin Nikita, Sharpanskikh Anton) - 46:30
0:6 - Mikhnin Denis - 50:08
0:7 - Gradovich Artyom (Sharpanskikh Anton) - 51:33
Krasanovsky Filip, Qiao Kevin - Nikolayev Dmitry

Sputnik fail to pull off a comeback in the game against Avto

Sputnik – Avto – 3-5 (1-1, 0-2, 2-2)

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Sputnik Almetyevsk couldn’t beat Avto Yekaterinburg for the second consecutive time as they lost in a high-scoring game. The visitors got on the board just three minutes in – Kirill Tyutyayev got the marker. Almetyevsk found an answer before the intermission as Ilya Avvakumov hit the twine. Vitaly Solovyov’s men won the second period of play. Tyutyayev scored his second of the game on a powerplay and shortly after that Daniil Zaitsev got another one in on a man-advantage.

GAME PHOTOS

Third stanza was rich on goals. Denis Yerkin made it a 4-1 game, but Almetyevsk didn’t feel like giving up just yet. Timofey Ustinov made it a 2-goal game again and in the last minute of regulation Aidar Galimov brought the goal differential back to one, making the visitors nervous. Unfortunately for Sputnik, they had just nine seconds to find the equalizer and force overtime. That was just enough time for Tyutyayev to complete his hat-trick and set the final score. Avto take it 5-3 on the road.

Sputnik Al (Almetyevsk) - Avto (Ekaterinburg) 3 - 5 (1:1, 0:2, 2:2)
0:1 - Tyutyayev Kirill - 02:52
1:1 - Avvakumov Ilya (Akhmetzyanov Rishat, Lazarev Kirill) - 10:57
1:2 - Tyutyayev Kirill (Zakharov Ilya) - 29:17
1:3 - Zaitsev Daniil L (Yerkin Denis, Tyutyayev Kirill) - 34:02
1:4 - Yerkin Denis (Zakharov Ilya) - 42:29
2:4 - Ustinov Timofei (Mulyukov Iskander, Akhmetzyanov Rishat) - 56:25
3:4 - Galimov Aidar (Lazarev Kirill, Sharipov Rail) - 59:51
3:5 - Tyutyayev Kirill - 59:59
Minegaliyev Adel - Sartakov Vladimir

Reaktor snap their 7-game skid

Reaktor – Tolpar – 4-1 (4-0, 0-0, 0-1)

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Reaktor Nizhnekamsk finally managed to end their long losing streak as they won a very important game against Tolpar Ufa. Home team secured the win as early as in the opening period of play as they scored four unanswered goals past Dmitry Braginsky. Bulat Shafigullin scored on a powerplay, while Maxim Polkin, Alexei Puzanov and Maxim Groshev got a marker each as well. All Tolapr could get in this one was a consolation goal that came nine minutes into the third period – Alexander Oskin stole the shutout from Yaroslav Ozolin. Despite the visitors heavily outshooting the opposition in the final period, nothing changed on the scoreboard. Reaktor take it 4-1 on home ice.

GAME PHOTOS

Reaktor (Nizhnekamsk) - Tolpar (Ufa) 4 - 1 (4:0, 0:0, 0:1)
1:0 - Shafigullin Bulat (Puzanov Alexei, Khafizov Timur) - 09:10
2:0 - Polkin Maxim (Favrichnikov Yegor, Chivilev Andrei) - 09:34
3:0 - Puzanov Alexei (Khafizov Timur, Shafigullin Bulat) - 12:54
4:0 - Groshev Maxim E (Mikhailov Danil, Shutov Vladislav) - 17:51
4:1 - Oskin Alexander (Sytyi Nikolai, Bashkirov Danil) - 48:33
Ozolin Yaroslav - Braginsky Dmitry

Stalnye Lisy win in Orenburg

Sarmaty – Stalnye Lisy – 1-4 (1-1, 0-2, 0-1)

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The game in Orenburg ended with the same final score, albeit it was the visitors who walked away victorious as local Sarmaty lost to Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk. Home side found an answer only to Dmitry Sheshin’s marker, which was first of the night – Vladimir Ipatov converted on a powerplay to make it a tie game. Magnitogorsk was the only team scoring after that. After a string of penalties in the second period of play and a brawl between Ivan Kurov and Timur Khairullin, Yuri Platonov put the ‘Steel Foxes’ back in the lead. Kirill Zotov found the back of the net late in the period to make it 3-1. Daniil Pyatin set the final score seven minutes into the third frame. Stalnye Lisy take it 4-1 on the road.

GAME PHOTOS

Sarmaty (Orenburg) - Stalnye Lisy (Magnitogorsk) 1 - 4 (1:1, 0:2, 0:1)
0:1 - Sheshin Dmitry (Spiridonov Yegor, Baranov Denis) - 10:17
1:1 - Ipatov Vladimir (Gerasin Nikita M, Khaimonenko Viktor) - 17:05
1:2 - Platonov Yury (Dubin Konstantin) - 28:58
1:3 - Zotov Kirill (Zakharov Zakhar, Abdullin Bairas) - 38:23
1:4 - Pyatin Danil (Platonov Yury, Dubin Konstantin) - 46:44
Maslennikov Nikita - Shchetilin Alexei
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