RIGA GET THE REVENGE, SPARTAK WIN A HARD-FOUGHT GAME. OCTOBER 17th REVIEW

17.10.2019 в 17:00
RIGA GET THE REVENGE, SPARTAK WIN A HARD-FOUGHT GAME. OCTOBER 17th REVIEW
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Nine regular season games took place in Parimatch Junior Hockey League on October 17th, seven of which were second bouts of back-to-back series that had begun the day before. We take a look at Thursday action in this review.

SKA-Varyagi beat Atlant

SKA-1946
SKA-1946
Saint Petersburg
1:0 4:0 1:0
Thu, 17.10.2019
Amurskie Tigry
Khabarovsk
Amurskie Tigry

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Altant defended the ice in Mytischi, Moscow Region against SKA-Varyagi St. Petersburg, whom they had defeated the day before. The visitors definitely learned their lesson. They scored twice in each of the first two periods. Alexander Katayev and Ilya Kudryashov scored in the first period, while Nikita Shuidin and Denis Mikhnin found the back of the net in the third. The latter got his tally on Maxim Kloberdanets, who had replaced Platon Zadorozhny.

Moscow Region threw everything they had on SKA-Varyagi but eked out just one goal – Igor Shmelyov solved Pavel Davydyuk. St. Petersburg goaltender had a stellar game, stopping 38 shots and was one of the best players on the ice.

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Irbis and Stalnye Lisy pile up penalty minutes

Irbis
Irbis
Kazan
0:0 1:0 1:2 0:0 1:0
Thu, 17.10.2019
Stalnye Lisy
Magnitogorsk
Stalnye Lisy

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Both teams had trouble with discipline throughout the game and spent half of it not playing even-strength as they combined for 30 penalty minutes. The game didn’t feature many scoring chances either. Irbis Kazan had three powerplay attempts in the opening period but struggle even taking shots on Nikolai Shashkov. With a minute on the clock Zakhar Zakharov once again left the visitors shorthanded as he got a double-minor for high-sticking. Irbis managed to capitalize on it with just a few seconds until his return from the box – Dmitry Katelevsky received a pass from behind the net, fanned on the shot but scored on the follow-up chance. 

After that Ilnaz Zagitov’s men began collecting penalties. Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk began to generate more scoring chances and look for the equalizer and Kazan were not ready for it. Home team put a string of six consecutive penalties together and midway through the third frame found themselves down 2-man. Kazan managed to pull through but just as they went back to playing full strength Timur Khairullin brought the game back to even. The defenseman aimed for a few seconds and unleashed a powerful wrister from mid-range to beat Artur Akhtyamov top-shelf.

Three minutes later Magnitogorsk pulled ahead. Alexei Sakharov made a cross-ice pass, the puck hit one of Irbis’ defensemen in the foot and ricocheted past Akhtyamov, who didn’t anticipate the bounce.
Irbis rushed down the ice looking to tie the game and managed to level it a few shifts later. With two minutes till the final buzzer Kirill Krutov circled the net, faked a pass and blasted it home. Irbis couldn’t stay out of the box in overtime either but killed off every minor they took and forced the game to go to the shootout. Both goaltenders did well there as just one out of ten attempts was converted and Kazan won the extra point.

Irbis extended their winning streak on home ice, which is now five games long and lasts from the beginning of the season.

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JHC Dynamo Moscow defeat Krylia Sovetov

JHC Dynamo M
JHC Dynamo M
Moscow
0:2 3:0 0:0
Thu, 17.10.2019
Krylya Sovetov
Moscow
Krylya Sovetov

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In the last game of the day JHC Dynamo Moscow played hosts to Krylia Sovetov Moscow for the second consecutive time. The visitors won the opening period – Ildar Kashafetdinov and Sergei Odinokov gave ‘Soviet Wings’ a 2-goal lead. However, everything turned upside down in the first ten minutes of the second period. Valentin Nikonorov, Iva Didkovsky and Mark Katsevich got a tally each. After that Krylia Sovetov’s coaching staff swapped Zakhar Vinogradov in goal for Danil Kadochnikov, who didn’t allow a goal until the intermission.

Dynamo focused on protecting their lead in the third stanza, despite a lot of time remaining on the clock. Nevertheless, they insisted on the strategy and it worked. The visitors did not recover from the knockdown in the second frame and lost the game 3-2.

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Sibirskie Snaipery enjoy a productive period, win by a blowout

Sibirskie Snaipery
Sibirskie Snaipery
Novosobirsk Region
0:0 1:0 4:0
Thu, 17.10.2019
Kuznetskie Medvedi
Novokuznetsk
Kuznetskie Medvedi

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After losing the opening period of play the day before, Sibirskie Snaipery came out hard for this, outshooting their rivals Kuznetskie Medvedi but Mikhail Kuzmin was making one huge save after another. First goal of the game came exactly four minutes into the second frame. Dmitry Ovchinnikov motored into the zone, skated past four opponents and sniped a backhander. 

The visitors still had a chance to get their revenge for losing the first game of the back-to-back series after 40 minutes of action but home dominated in the third stanza, scoring as many as four unanswered goals, while Vladislav Shcherbakov stopped all 21 shots he had to face for a shutout win.

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Loko score 7 unanswered goals on ORG Junior

Loko
Loko
Yaroslavl
2:0 2:0 3:0
Thu, 17.10.2019
ORG Junior
Beijing
ORG Junior

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Prior to the second game of the back-to-back series against the Chinese team Loko head-coach Igor Melyakov shuffled his lines a little and put Yegor Guskov in goal. 2019 Sirius Junior Club World Cup champion went on to get a shutout win with 14 saves. As for Yaroslavl, they took 56 shots on Haoran Hu (who is stilled backed up by defenseman Alisher Mubarakshin) and scored seven goals.

Ilya Nazarov got one of the tallies. He played just his second career Parimatch Junior Hockey League game and that was his third goal. Top-line forwards got three points each – Alexander Daryin got three assists, while Yegor Manin scored two goals and picked up a helper. Loko win their 7th consecutive game as they beat ORG Junior 7-0. The Chinese side still look for their first point in the league.

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Oskin scores twice, Spartak beat Russkie Vityazi

JHC Spartak
JHC Spartak
Moscow
0:0 0:0 2:0
Thu, 17.10.2019
Russkie Vityazi
Chekhov
Russkie Vityazi

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Unlike the first game of the back-to-back series, in which the teams traded leads throughout the game, the fans had to wait to see the goals right until the end of regulation in this one. The visitors had a slight advantage in the opening 40 minutes of play but Matvey Botov made a few huge saves for his team.

With five minutes till the final buzzer the deadlock was finally broken. Spartak captain Alexander Oskin put Moscow in the lead. Russkie Vityazi called timeout and pulled Daniil Chechelev for the extra-attacker but they couldn’t find the equalizer. With a second on the clock Oskin scored on the empty net for his second of the game to secure the win for the red-and-white.

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Chayka come back from behind, beat Belye Medvedi

Chaika
Chaika
Nizhny Novgorod
1:2 2:0 1:0
Thu, 17.10.2019
Belye Medvedi
Chelyabinsk
Belye Medvedi

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Chayka Nizhny Novgorod played hosts to Belye Medvedi Chelyabinsk. The visitors thrived early in the game. Seven minutes in Zhan Yakutsenya opened up the scoring and six minutes later Danil Zinovyev doubled the lead for the ‘Polar Bears’. Nizhny Novgorod responded with a powerplay tally as Maxim Alipov sent it past Viktor Selivyorstov. Second period featured a lot of penalties and a few goals. Not only Chayka managed to get back even, they also got in the lead. Andrei Nikonorov scored at even-strength, while Denis Vengryzhanovsky got himself a shorthanded goal.

Chelyabinsk did their best to turn things around but several unnecessary penalties didn’t help their cause. Gleb Petrov sent the puck into the empty net in the last minute of play and Nizhny Novgorod enjoyed a 4-2 win.

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Riga get their revenge in Cherepovets

Almaz
Almaz
Cherepovets
0:2 1:2 0:0
Thu, 17.10.2019
HC Riga
Riga
HC Riga

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HK Riga played their second game against Almaz in Cherepovets. The day before Latvian side couldn’t get anything past Konstantin Shostak but this time around they were set to not let it happen. Bulat Galimov and Janis Svanenbergs scored for the visitors in the opening period. The latter also had picked up an assist on Galimov’s marker. Home team responded with Artyom Oschepkov’s tally but then Riga scored two more – Patriks Zabusovs and Kristaps Skrastins got a marker each.

Almaz took almost twice as many shots in the third period of play but failed to turn things around. Riga win 4-1 and get their revenge for losing the day before. They continue to stay among the top teams of the Western Conference.

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SKA-Varyagi beat Atlant

JHC Atlant
JHC Atlant
Moscow Region
0:2 0:2 1:0
Thu, 17.10.2019
SKA-Varyagi
Leningrad Region
SKA-Varyagi

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Altant defended the ice in Mytischi, Moscow Region against SKA-Varyagi St. Petersburg, whom they had defeated the day before. The visitors definitely learned their lesson. They scored twice in each of the first two periods. Alexander Katayev and Ilya Kudryashov scored in the first period, while Nikita Shuidin and Denis Mikhnin found the back of the net in the third. The latter got his tally on Maxim Kloberdanets, who had replaced Platon Zadorozhny.

Moscow Region threw everything they had on SKA-Varyagi but eked out just one goal – Igor Shmelyov solved Pavel Davydyuk. St. Petersburg goaltender had a stellar game, stopping 38 shots and was one of the best players on the ice.

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