KRASNAYA ARMIYA BEAT SPARTAK, TAIFUN EDGE DYNAMO IN OVERTIME

KRASNAYA ARMIYA BEAT SPARTAK, TAIFUN EDGE DYNAMO IN OVERTIME
25.01.2019 в 22:30
KRASNAYA ARMIYA BEAT SPARTAK, TAIFUN EDGE DYNAMO IN OVERTIME
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Seven regular season games took place in Junior Hockey League on January 25th. All of them were Western Conference matchups. We take a look at all of the action in this daily review on JHL official website.

Krasnaya Armiya beat Spartak in Moscow rivalry
JHC Spartak (Moscow) - Krasnaya Armiya (Moscow) 2 - 3 (1:1, 1:2, 0:0)
Loko bounce back in Riga with an overtime win
Loko (Yaroslavl) - HC Riga (Riga) 4 - 3 (2:2, 1:0, 0:1, 1:0)
SKA-Varyagi beat Almaz for the second consecutive time
Almaz (Cherepovets) - SKA-Varyagi (Leningrad region) 3 - 4 (1:0, 1:3, 1:1)
Taifun upset JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg
JHC Dynamo SPb (Saint Petersburg) - Taifun (Primorsky Krai) 3 - 4 (0:1, 1:1, 2:1, 0:1)
Kapitan blow past Kunlun on their 20th anniversary
HC Kapitan (Stupino) - KRS Heilongjiang (Bejing) 9 - 2 (5:1, 3:1, 1:0)
SKA-1946 steamroll over Amurskie Tigry
SKA-1946 (Saint Petersburg) - Amurskie Tigry (Khabarovsk) 6 - 1 (2:1, 2:0, 2:0)
Krylia Sovetov lose to JHC Dynamo Moscow on home ice
Krylya Sovetov (Moscow) - JHC Dynamo M (Moscow) 2 - 3 (0:0, 1:2, 1:1)

Krasnaya Armiya beat Spartak in Moscow rivalry

JHC Spartak – Krasnaya Armiya – 2-3 (1-1, 1-2, 0-0)

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The gameday kicked off with a historic rivalry not just for Russian hockey but for Junior Hockey League league as well. Krasnaya Armiya Moscow versus JHC Spartak Moscow is one of the most attractive headlines for the fans. The teams didn’t disappoint them as they put forward an exciting game. Yegor Filin opened up the scoring three minutes in. Spartak killed off a penalty and tied tied the game up with a marker by Mikhail Bulimov.

GAME PHOTOS

‘Army men’ got back in the lead midway through the second period of play. Officials had to take another look at Danila Khulapov’s tally but they confirmed there was no goaltender interference on the play. Nikita Dolgopyatov scored in a 4-on-4 format but the red-and-white got a goal back as Yegor Kravchenko found the back of the net. The score remained unaltered after that. Spartak took twice as many shots as the opposition but Vsevolod Skotnikov stood his ground. Krasnaya Armiya win this one 3-2.

JHC Spartak (Moscow) - Krasnaya Armiya (Moscow) 2 - 3 (1:1, 1:2, 0:0)
0:1 - Filin Yegor (Sorkin Maxim) - 02:58
1:1 - Bulimov Mikhail (Sokolov Nikita, Kravchenko Yegor) - 10:40
1:2 - Khulapov Danila (Sorkin Maxim) - 29:55
1:3 - Dolgopyatov Nikita (Miroshnichenko Vladimir, Anop Daniil) - 31:35
2:3 - Kravchenko Yegor (Kopylov Georgy, Pivovar Artyom) - 35:09
Skovronsky Andrei - Skotnikov Vsevolod

Loko bounce back in Riga with an overtime win

Loko – HK Riga – 4-3 OT (2-2, 1-0, 0-1, 1-0)

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Loko faced HK Riga in Yaroslavl for the second consecutive time. First period of play proved to be high-scoring as the teams were trading leads throughout it. Alexander Daryin and Anton Lukichyov scored for the defending Kharlamov Cup champions, while Antons Trastasenkovs and Rudolfs Polcs got a tally each for the Latvian side. ‘Railway men’ got back in the lead in the second frame as Nikita Zhukov converted on a breakaway.

GAME PHOTOS

Despite Yaroslavl having the momentum on their side, Riga did well in the third period. Patrik Zabusovs sent another one past Daniil Isayev. Just as the day before, regulation solved nothing but this time around the game didn’t go to the shootout – Vladislav Rybakov scored the winner two minutes into overtime.

Loko (Yaroslavl) - HC Riga (Riga) 4 - 3 (2:2, 1:0, 0:1, 1:0)
1:0 - Daryin Alexander (Manin Yegor, Tesanov Daniil) - 05:30
1:1 - Trastasenkovs Antons (Brants Harijs, Fjodorovs Deniss) - 06:58
1:2 - Polcs Rudolfs (Sinegubovs Antons) - 07:33
2:2 - Lukichyov Anton (Rybakov Vladislav, Denezhkin Maxim) - 10:13
3:2 - Zhukov Nikita - 24:36
3:3 - Zabusovs Patriks (Sinegubovs Antons, Tumanovs Miks) - 40:48
4:3 - Rybakov Vladislav (Denezhkin Maxim, Slepets Kirill) - 61:13
Isayev Daniil - Bruveris Bruno

SKA-Varyagi beat Almaz for the second consecutive time

Almaz – SKA-Varyagi – 3-4 (1-0, 1-3, 1-1)

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SKA-Varyagi continued their stay in Cherepovets and enjoyed another win. Moreover, this time around they got two points in regulation. Home team got off to a decent start as they were up by one after the opening period of play – Pavel Zhirnov found the back of the net. The visitors dominated early in the second frame and established a 3-1 lead just six minutes into it. 16-year-old Kirill Tankov, Nikolai Polyakov and Ilya Altybarmakyan got the tallies. After that Konstantin Shostak was replaced in Almaz’s goal by Dmitry Shugayev.

GAME PHOTOS

With four second remaining to play in the stanza Maxim Kazakov scored another goal for Cherepovets, but Nikita Kolesnikov’s minor spilled over to the third period and it proved to be crucial for Almaz. Tankov scored his second of the night and that goal turned out to be the winner, even though Kazakov went on to score his second of the game as well. With this 4-3 win SKA-Varyagi leave Cherepovets with four points.

Almaz (Cherepovets) - SKA-Varyagi (Leningrad region) 3 - 4 (1:0, 1:3, 1:1)
1:0 - Zhirnov Pavel (Shaikhutdinov Artur) - 08:15
1:1 - Tankov Kirill (Altybarmakyan Ilya, Kudryashov Ilya) - 23:46
1:2 - Polyakov Nikolai (Yarovinsky Fyodor) - 25:11
1:3 - Altybarmakyan Ilya (Tankov Kirill) - 25:37
2:3 - Kazakov Maxim A (Markov Artyom, Rogov Ivan) - 39:56
2:4 - Tankov Kirill (Kalmykov Daniil, Altybarmakyan Ilya) - 41:03
3:4 - Kazakov Maxim A (Fyodorov Vladislav, Morulyov Gleb) - 44:29
Shostak Konstantin, Shugayev Dmitry - Askarov Yaroslav

Taifun upset JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg

JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg – Taifun – 3-4 OT (0-1, 1-1, 2-1, 0-1)

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Taifun Primorie Region upset JHC Dynamo St. Peterbsurg on the road with the same final score. Ruslan Geidarov opened up the scoring in the first period of play. Home team responded early in the second frame as Veniamin Baranov found the back of the net. Late in the stanza Primorie Region re-took the lead with Ivan Lapshin’s tally and then added a security goal to their lead just two minutes into the third – Gleb Maltsev got the marker.

GAME PHOTOS

And that’s when Anton Vasiliev took matters into his hands. He quickly made it a 1-goal game again and late in regulation picked up and assist on Yegor Anisimov’s equalizer. However, it was Primorie Region who walked away victorious in this one – Pavel Ponosov won it for Taifun four minutes into the extra period.

JHC Dynamo SPb (Saint Petersburg) - Taifun (Primorsky Krai) 3 - 4 (0:1, 1:1, 2:1, 0:1)
0:1 - Geidarov Ruslan (Drobin Alexei, Pasmanik Leonid) - 09:24
1:1 - Baranov Veniamin (Vasilyev Anton, Anisimov Yegor) - 21:40
1:2 - Lapshin Ivan (Maltsev Gleb, Ryakhovsky Alexei) - 38:34
1:3 - Maltsev Gleb (Ryakhovsky Alexei, Zholobov Yury) - 41:05
2:3 - Vasilyev Anton (Zhabreyev Alexander, Zhilyakov Bogdan) - 41:47
3:3 - Anisimov Yegor (Afanasyev Kristian, Vasilyev Anton) - 58:52
3:4 - Ponosov Pavel (Geidarov Ruslan) - 63:29
Chufarov Makar - Bulygin Vladislav

Kapitan blow past Kunlun on their 20th anniversary

HC Kapitan – Kunlun Red Star Heilongjiang – 9-2 (5-1, 3-1, 1-0)

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HC Kapitan Stupino, who celebrated their 20th anniversary on January 25th, had no right to disappoint their fans and they did not. Kapitan blew past Kunlun Red Star Heilongjiang, even though the latter gave them a fair run for the money the day before. This time Stupino built an almost unsurmountable lead as early as in the first period of play, having scored five goals on Filip Krasanovsky. The Chinese side managed to eke out a sole marker by Ryan Riggs. As for the home team, they got goals from Amir Garayev, Mikhail Gordeyev and Daniil Tyutchev, as well as two tallies from Grigory Pankratov.

GAME PHOTOS

Stupino continued to dominate in the second period – Gordeyev scored his second of the game, while Yuri Kozhukhov improved the lead to six goals. Patrik Vysotsky converted on Tyutchev’s minor but the teams headed to the dressing-rooms with Kapitan leading 8-2 after 40 – Georgy Merkulov got another tally. Artyom Maltsev set the final score at 9-2 to cap off Kapitan’s celebration.

HC Kapitan (Stupino) - KRS Heilongjiang (Bejing) 9 - 2 (5:1, 3:1, 1:0)
1:0 - Gordeyev Mikhail (Ponkratov Grigory, Maltsev Artyom S) - 03:59
2:0 - Garayev Amir (Merkulov Georgy) - 07:29
3:0 - Ponkratov Grigory (Garayev Amir, Merkulov Georgy) - 10:53
3:1 - Riggs Ryan (Polukhin Nikita, Wang Jing) - 11:43
4:1 - Ponkratov Grigory (Garayev Amir, Merkulov Georgy) - 13:36
5:1 - Tyutchev Daniil (Popov Daniil, Maltsev Artyom S) - 19:58
6:1 - Gordeyev Mikhail (Ponkratov Grigory, Maltsev Artyom S) - 21:50
7:1 - Kozhukhov Yury (Morozov Denis) - 24:47
7:2 - Wysocki Patryk (Sarapultsev Maxim) - 26:32
8:2 - Merkulov Georgy (Garayev Amir) - 28:52
9:2 - Maltsev Artyom S (Kazakov Ivan E) - 45:56
Mikhailov Artyom - Krasanovsky Filip, O'Brien Paris

SKA-1946 steamroll over Amurskie Tigry

SKA-1946 – Amurskie Tigry – 6-1 (2-1, 2-0, 2-0)

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The game between SKA-1946 St. Petersburg and Amurskie Tigry Khabarovsk was also lop-sided but not to such an extreme extent. Just as the day before, the ‘army men’ scored six goals on the ‘Tigers’. Khabarovsk found an answer only to Vladislav Tsitsyura’s marker, who had opened up the scoring – two minutes later Evgeny Babushkin found the back of the net. St. Petersburg was the only team scoring after that. They regained the lead before the first intermission as Artyom Zhuk buried the rebound.

GAME PHOTOS

Tsitsyura scored his second of the game six minutes into the next period. Late in the frame Timur Ibragimov broke away shorthanded and sent another one past Grigory Kolupayev. The top team of the Western Conference finished the job in the final period of regulation – Tsitsyura completed his hat-trick, while Alexei Ozhgikhin also improved his goal total. With this 6-1 SKA-1946 increase the gap in the standings.

SKA-1946 (Saint Petersburg) - Amurskie Tigry (Khabarovsk) 6 - 1 (2:1, 2:0, 2:0)
1:0 - Tsitsyura Vladislav (Barinov Daniil) - 02:19
1:1 - Babushkin Evgeny (Linnik Nikita, Misko Andrei) - 04:39
2:1 - Zhuk Artyom (Ibragimov Timur, Tsyplakov Alexei) - 10:55
3:1 - Tsitsyura Vladislav (Shabarov Daniil, Ovechkin Dmitry) - 25:44
4:1 - Ibragimov Timur (Barinov Daniil) - 35:10
5:1 - Ozhgikhin Alexei (Tsitsyura Vladislav, Ovechkin Dmitry) - 55:49
6:1 - Tsitsyura Vladislav (Ozhgikhin Alexei) - 57:11
Gibadullin Maxim, Sokolov Maxim - Kolupayev Grigory, Mochalov Fyodor

Krylia Sovetov lose to JHC Dynamo Moscow on home ice

Krylia Sovetov – JHC Dynamo Moscow – 2-3 (0-0, 1-2, 1-1)

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In the final game of the day, which took place in Moscow’s Setun, local Krylia Sovetov lost to JHC Dynamo Moscow. Scoreless first period of play was followed by three goals in the second. Yegor Kurbatov scored for the home side, but Alexander Petunin tied it up in the very next shift. It took Dynamo just seven seconds to get back even. They grabbed the lead six minutes into the third period as Hassan Al-Djilaui found the back of the net.

GAME PHOTOS

Oleg Gofman scored the game-winning goal as he sent one past Artyom Melnikov six minutes into the third stanza. Yefim Mishkin brought ‘Soviet Wings’ back to within one but Andrei Potaichuk’s men failed to find the equalizer in the remaining time, despite the blue-and-white getting two consecutive minor penalties. JHC Dynamo Moscow win 3-2 on the road.

Krylya Sovetov (Moscow) - JHC Dynamo M (Moscow) 2 - 3 (0:0, 1:2, 1:1)
1:0 - Kurbatov Yegor (Ponomaryov Vasily, Odinokov Sergei) - 26:14
1:1 - Petrunin Alexander - 26:21
1:2 - Al-Dzhilaui Khassan (Tolpegin Denis, Nikonorov Valentin) - 27:49
1:3 - Gofman Oleg (Didkovsky Ivan, Zlodeyev Dmitry) - 45:30
2:3 - Mishkin Yefim - 46:37
Melnikov Artyom - Kulikov Ivan
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