TOLPAR WIN THE CLASH BETWEEN TOP TEAMS OF THE EAST, SKA-1946 SCORE 8 UNANSWERED GOALS ON RUSSKIE VITYAZI. JANUARY 5th REVIEW

TOLPAR WIN THE CLASH BETWEEN TOP TEAMS OF THE EAST, SKA-1946 SCORE 8 UNANSWERED GOALS ON RUSSKIE VITYAZI. JANUARY 5th REVIEW
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TOLPAR WIN THE CLASH BETWEEN TOP TEAMS OF THE EAST, SKA-1946 SCORE 8 UNANSWERED GOALS ON RUSSKIE VITYAZI. JANUARY 5th REVIEW
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Ten regular season games took place in Parimatch Junior Hockey League on January 5th. Teams of both conferences hit the ice. We take a look at Sunday action in this review.

HK Riga erase a 3-goal deficit but lose to Taifun
Taifun (Primorsky Krai) - HC Riga (Riga) 4 - 3 (0:0, 3:0, 1:3)
JHC Dynamo Moscow beat Kapitan
HC Kapitan (Stupino) - JHC Dynamo M (Moscow) 1 - 4 (1:1, 0:2, 0:1)
Stalnye Lisy lose in Novosibirsk
Sibirskie Snaipery (Novosobirsk Region) - Stalnye Lisy (Magnitogorsk) 5 - 2 (2:0, 2:0, 1:2)
Tolpar beat Omskie Yastreby in the clash of top Eastern teams
Omskie Yastreby (Omsk) - Tolpar (Ufa) 1 - 3 (0:0, 0:1, 1:2)
Tyumensky Legion lose to Avto at home
Tyumensky Legion (Tyumen) - Avto (Ekaterinburg) 2 - 5 (1:1, 0:2, 1:2)
SKA-1946 blow past Russkie Vityazi
Russkie Vityazi (Chekhov) - SKA-1946 (Saint Petersburg) 0 - 8 (0:2, 0:2, 0:4)
Krasnaya Armiya get even with Almaz
Krasnaya Armiya (Moscow) - Almaz (Cherepovets) 4 - 1 (1:0, 2:1, 1:0)
SKA-Varyagi beat Spartak for the second time
SKA-Varyagi (Leningrad Region) - JHC Spartak (Moscow) 3 - 1 (1:0, 1:0, 1:1)
Sakhalinskie Akuly beat ORG Junior once again
Sakhalinskie Akuly (Sakhalin Region) - ORG Junior (Beijing) 5 - 1 (2:0, 2:0, 1:1)
Chayka blank Ladiya
Chaika (Nizhny Novgorod) - Ladya (Togliatti) 3 - 0 (1:0, 2:0, 0:0)

HK Riga erase a 3-goal deficit but lose to Taifun

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Second team from Russia’s Far East also enjoyed a win this Sunday but they had to work much harder for it. Taifun Primorie Region faced HK Riga. While the game was even in the first period, it featured no goals. Something went wrong for the Latvian team in the second period and they allowed three consecutive goals. Ivan Lapshin, Dmitry Kozlov and Pavel Yelizarov scored for Primorie Region.

The visitors engaged in pursuit and early in the third stanza Antons Sinegubovs along with Mikus Mintautiskis pulled Riga back to within one. Bulat Galimov tied it up 3-3 midway through the frame. Nevertheless, home side got the win as Alexander Trapeznikov hit the twine. Taifun win a difficult game 4-3.

GAME PHOTOS

Taifun (Primorsky Krai) - HC Riga (Riga) 4 - 3 (0:0, 3:0, 1:3)
1:0 - Lapshin Ivan (Trapeznikov Alexander) - 23:41
2:0 - Kozlov Dmitry (Lapshin Ivan, Trapeznikov Alexander) - 27:31
3:0 - Yelizarov Pavel Al (Rogozin Maxim) - 28:55
3:1 - Sinegubovs Antons (Ligis Rihards) - 42:41
3:2 - Mintautiskis Mikus - 45:00
3:3 - Galimov Bulat (Mateiko Nikita, Ligis Rihards) - 50:50
4:3 - Trapeznikov Alexander - 54:42
Sinegubkin Yegor - Bruveris Bruno

JHC Dynamo Moscow beat Kapitan

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The teams exchanged goals in the opening period of action. Five minutes in Mikhail Kulakovsky put the blue-and-white in the lead. Shortly before the intermission Daniil Tyutchev tied it up, scoring Kapitan’s first goal in the back-to-back series.

Second frame began with a quick goal by Dynamo – Yegor Alanov scored his first career Junior Hockey League goal. With five minutes until the second intermission Bogdan Trineyev doubled the lead for the visitors as he sieved one through Artemy Pleshkov. Ivan Didkovsky set the final score with two minutes remaining on the clock in regulation. With this 4-1 success Dynamo rise to 7th spot in Western Conference standings. Kapitan remain 13th.

GAME PHOTOS


HC Kapitan (Stupino) - JHC Dynamo M (Moscow) 1 - 4 (1:1, 0:2, 0:1)
0:1 - Kulakovsky Mikhail (Moshkin Fyodor, Kisakov Alexander) - 04:39
1:1 - Tyutchev Daniil (Kazakov Ivan E, Aliyev Ruslan) - 14:18
1:2 - Alanov Yegor (Pribylsky Andrei) - 21:28
1:3 - Trineyev Bogdan (Zlodeyev Dmitry) - 34:21
1:4 - Didkovsky Ivan (Zlodeyev Dmitry) - 58:10
Pleshkov Artemy - Motorygin Maxim

Stalnye Lisy lose in Novosibirsk

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An exciting game took place in Novosibirsk where Sibirskie Snaipery took on Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk. Home team played solidly and better converted on their scoring chances. Four minutes into the game Dmitry Ovchinnikov opened up the scoring and soon after that Makar Nikishanin doubled it. Ovchinnikov went on to score his second goal of the game in the following period, while Sergei Dubakin chipped in a tally of his own. Late in the period the visitors gave in to their emotions and Danil Pyatin got a game misconduct for roughing.

Magnitogorsk did manage to get on the board as well. Dmitry Sheshin scored one while both teams were down a man and then he scored his second of the game late in regulation on a power play. Stalnye Lisy pulled their goaltender for the extra-attacker but Danil Davydov scored on the empty net to seal the deal. Sibirskie Snaipery enjoy a solid 5-2 win.

GAME PHOTOS
Sibirskie Snaipery (Novosobirsk Region) - Stalnye Lisy (Magnitogorsk) 5 - 2 (2:0, 2:0, 1:2)
1:0 - Ovchinnikov Dmitry (Yurov Georgy, Zatonskikh Kirill) - 03:12
2:0 - Nikishanin Makar (Zatonskikh Kirill, Romayev Mikhail) - 08:06
3:0 - Dubakin Sergei (Romayev Mikhail) - 35:53
4:0 - Ovchinnikov Dmitry (Yurov Georgy, Potapov Nikita) - 37:29
4:1 - Sheshin Dmitry (Mozyakin Andrei, Oleinikov Andrei) - 51:35
4:2 - Sheshin Dmitry (Khairullin Timur, Oleinikov Andrei) - 57:24
5:2 - Davydov Danil (Shcherbakov Vladislav, Zatonskikh Kirill) - 58:15
Shcherbakov Vladislav - Shashkov Nikolai

Tolpar beat Omskie Yastreby in the clash of top Eastern teams

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Top teams of the Eastern Conference clashed in Omsk as Omskie Yastreby played hosts to Tolpar Ufa. The ‘Hawks’ had a chance to close the gap between them and Tolpar to just three points with a win. However, the ‘greens’ had other plans. First goal of the game came 12 minutes into the second period – Sergei Varlov sent it past Georgy Dubrovsky. The narrow margin widened nine minutes into the third period as Danil Alalykin made it 2-0 for the visitors.

Omskie Yastreby responded with a snipe by Matvei Zaseda but that was their only goal in the game. Late in regulation Danil Aimurzin set the final score. With this win Tolpar widen the gap between them and Omskie Yastreby to seven point. Nevertheless, the ‘Hawks’ have two games in hand.

GAME PHOTOS

Omskie Yastreby (Omsk) - Tolpar (Ufa) 1 - 3 (0:0, 0:1, 1:2)
0:1 - Varlov Sergei (Amirov Rodion, Alalykin Danil) - 31:47
0:2 - Alalykin Danil (Pustozyorov Alexei) - 48:23
1:2 - Zaseda Matvei (Yaremchuk Alexander, Mashkov Vladimir) - 49:20
1:3 - Aimurzin Danil - 58:18
Dubrovsky Georgy - Braginsky Dmitry

Tyumensky Legion lose to Avto at home

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Avto Yekaterinburg visited Tyumen to face Tyumensky Legion. Ilya Zakharov opened scoring just two minutes in. 11 minutes later Legion responded with a marker by Denis Filatov, who deflected it home. Zakharov scored his second of the game in the following period and Vladislav Bukharov chipped in another one to improve the lead to two goals for last season’s silver medalists. Four minutes into the third stanza Zakharov completed his hat-trick and only after that did the home side get another goal – Artyom Pylayev shoved the puck into the net past Georgy Romanov.

Nevertheless, Avto had the last word in this one. Once again they got a goal from their top line – Ilya Loza set the final score. Vitaly Solovyov’s men win 5-2 on the road.

GAME PHOTOS

Tyumensky Legion (Tyumen) - Avto (Ekaterinburg) 2 - 5 (1:1, 0:2, 1:2)
0:1 - Zakharov Ilya (Bukharov Vladislav) - 01:29
1:1 - Filatov Denis (Tsibin Anton, Chervin Roman) - 12:52
1:2 - Bukharov Vladislav (Zakharov Ilya, Loza Ilya) - 36:29
1:3 - Zakharov Ilya (Bukharov Vladislav, Zaitsev Daniil L) - 37:28
1:4 - Zakharov Ilya (Loza Ilya) - 43:59
2:4 - Pylayev Artyom (Tsibin Anton, Volkov Evgeny) - 45:45
2:5 - Loza Ilya (Zakharov Ilya) - 57:54
Tkachuk Nikita - Romanov Georgy

SKA-1946 blow past Russkie Vityazi

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‘Army men’ enjoyed a solid 4-1 win over Russkie Vityazi the day before. Second game of the back-to-back series ended with a blowout win for St. Petersburg. SKA-1946 scored as many as eight unanswered goals, while their netminder Dmitry Nikolayev stopped all 28 shots he had to face for another shutout.

The 46’s scored twice in the first and second periods – Ilya Rychkov found the back of the net once again, followed by Artyom Gradovich’s tally. Nikolai Polyakov scored twice, including a shorthanded tally.

Maxim Bets’ men collapsed in the final period stanza, allowing four goals. Dmity Semykin and Adel Galiullin got a marker each, while Ilya Altybarakyan set the final score as he scored twice as well. SKA-1946 further extend their winning streak and remain on top of Western Conference standings. Russkie Vityazi continue to balance at the bottom of playoff zone, occupying the 8th spot.

GAME PHOTOS

Russkie Vityazi (Chekhov) - SKA-1946 (Saint Petersburg) 0 - 8 (0:2, 0:2, 0:4)
0:1 - Rychkov Ilya (Manin Ivan) - 15:07
0:2 - Polyakov Nikolai (Altybarmakyan Ilya) - 17:08
0:3 - Gradovich Artyom (Shekhovtsov Yegor, Rychkov Ilya) - 24:33
0:4 - Polyakov Nikolai - 36:59
0:5 - Semykin Dmitry (Galushkin Andrei, Shekhovtsov Yegor) - 45:07
0:6 - Altybarmakyan Ilya (Khusnutdinov Marat, Semykin Dmitry) - 48:21
0:7 - Altybarmakyan Ilya - 52:02
0:8 - Galiullin Adel (Zhuk Artyom, Tsyplakov Alexei) - 56:19
Zaitsev Vladislav V. - Nikolayev Dmitry

Krasnaya Armiya get even with Almaz

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The day before ‘army men’ let the win slip away from them as they lost to Almaz Cherepovets in the shootout. Home team got off to a good start as they took three times as many shots as the opposition (16 against 6) and got on the board – midway through the frame Artyom Pugachyov solved Anton Vinogradov. Early in the second period Krasnaya Armiya Moscow improved their lead – Prokhor Poltapov scored just 90 seconds after the intermission and a few shifts later Ilya Chaban made it a 3-0 hockey game.

The visitors took just six shots in the second period but one of them got past Vsevolod Skotnikov – Cherepovets top-scorer Vladislav Fyodorov put Almaz on the board. However, that was the only goal the visitors would get. Pavel Koreshkov set the final score in the third stanza. Krasnaya Armiya get even with Almaz for the loss the day before and rise back to 3rd spot in Western Conference standings.

GAME PHOTOS

Krasnaya Armiya (Moscow) - Almaz (Cherepovets) 4 - 1 (1:0, 2:1, 1:0)
1:0 - Pugachyov Artyom (Chaban Ilya, Oleinik Nikita) - 10:59
2:0 - Poltapov Prokhor (Kuzminov Yegor) - 21:39
3:0 - Chaban Ilya (Pugachyov Artyom, Koreshkov Pavel) - 23:08
3:1 - Fyodorov Vladislav (Kapustin Alexei, Yegorov Artur) - 27:50
4:1 - Koreshkov Pavel (Pugachyov Artyom) - 47:27
Skotnikov Vsevolod - Vinogradov Anton

SKA-Varyagi beat Spartak for the second time

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The red-and-white began the year with a loss in St. Petersburg to one of the Western Conference underdogs. Second game of the back-to-back series didn’t go well for Vladimir Tyurikov’s men either as they got no points. SKA-Varyagi repeated the final score of the first game as they got a 3-1 success.

The teams were evenly matched in the opening period of play. Both of them had one power play attempt but there was no scoring until late in the frame. With 40 seconds on the clock Alexander Katayev took a shot from a poor angle and hit the target – the puck deflected into the net off Pavel Kanayev’s pad. Allowing a late goal didn’t faze Spartak Moscow – the visitors were aggressive in the early minutes of the second period but couldn’t get anything past Kirill Obyskalov even with a man advantage. Yuri Dobryzhkin’s side did better on their power play attempt. Matvei Kabush received the puck from Matvei Gorbushin and sent it just under the bar.

Home team scored a quick goal in the third stanza. Konstantin Khremkin converted on an odd-man rush. Spartak challenged the play as a few seconds prior to Khremkin’s goal the red-and-white hit the bar. Game officials ruled a no goal on the other end of the ice and Khremkin rightfully registered the tally. The visitors did their best to get back in the game but Spartak managed to eke out just one goal – with ten minutes till the final buzzer Ruslan Novruzov found the back of the net.

Spartak lost 3-1 and didn’t get a single point out of the back-to-back series against one of the underdogs of the Western Conference. SKA-Varyagi St. Petersburg widen the gap between them and Amurskie Tigry Khabarovsk, solidifying their position at the 15th place.

GAME PHOTOS

SKA-Varyagi (Leningrad Region) - JHC Spartak (Moscow) 3 - 1 (1:0, 1:0, 1:1)
1:0 - Katayev Alexander (Zelenov Yegor, Borisov Stepan) - 19:19
2:0 - Kabush Matvei (Tankov Kirill, Gorbushin Matvei) - 33:18
3:0 - Khremkin Konstantin (Kuzmin Grigory, Sapelnikov Evgeny) - 41:51
3:1 - Novruzov Ruslan (Maklozyan Yegor, Churkin Vladislav) - 49:27
Obyskalov Kirill - Kanayev Pavel

Sakhalinskie Akuly beat ORG Junior once again

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Sakhalinskie Akuly once again played hosts to ORG Junior Beijing. The day before Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk almost let the opposition gain their first points of the regular season but this time around they didn’t beat about the bush. Dmitry Zherebkin and Alexei Bozunov got a tally each to put the ‘Sharks’ up by two midway through the period. Home team scored two more goals in the second period – Yegor Ageyev cashed in along with Bozunov who got his second of the game.

Early in the third period of action Rostislav Zinovenko replaced Vladislav Pakin in goal for the ‘Rhinos’. Sakhalinskie Akuly solved him right away – Danil Moskalyov found his target. As for Kirill Kuzmenko, he couldn’t carry the donut to the finish line and Artyom Klavdiyev got a consolation marker for ORG Junior. Yuzhn-Sakhalinsk celebrate a 5-1 win.

GAME PHOTOS

Sakhalinskie Akuly (Sakhalin Region) - ORG Junior (Beijing) 5 - 1 (2:0, 2:0, 1:1)
1:0 - Zherebkin Dmitry (Nurullin Robert, Kurilkin Yegor) - 05:12
2:0 - Bozunov Alexei (Dolishnya Alexei, Basnev Stanislav) - 08:45
3:0 - Bozunov Alexei (Dolishnya Alexei, Kuptsov Daniil) - 21:04
4:0 - Ageyev Yegor (Pyatkin Denis, Akhmetvaliyev Ruslan) - 30:00
5:0 - Moskalyov Danil (Bozunov Alexei, Basnev Stanislav) - 40:36
5:1 - Klavdiyev Artyom (Buyalsky Yegor, Sergiyevsky Yaroslav) - 57:46
Kuzmenko Kirill - Zinovenko Rostislav, Pakin Vladislav

Chayka blank Ladiya

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Ladiya Togliatti lost their second game of 2020, extending their slump to four games. While the day before Vladimir Malenkikh’s men managed to get two goals, in the second game of the back-to-back series Chayka Nizhny Novgorod netminder Yegor Gromovik stopped all 21 shots he had to face for a shutout.

Nizhny Novgorod scored thrice. Denis Morozov capitalized on a power play opportunity in the opening period of play, solving Artyom Zabrodin. Early in the second period Chayka doubled their lead. Three minutes after the intermission Alexei Smirnov found the back of the net and then Denis Davydov converted on yet another man advantage. The fans didn’t get to see goals after that. With this 3-0 decision Chayka rise to playoff zone, edging Sputnik Almetyevsk from the 8th spot in Eastern Conference standings.

GAME PHOTOS

Chaika (Nizhny Novgorod) - Ladya (Togliatti) 3 - 0 (1:0, 2:0, 0:0)
1:0 - Morozov Denis (Yuzlenko Yegor, Shavin Nikita) - 16:20
2:0 - Smirnov Alexei (Mutovin Artemy) - 23:00
3:0 - Davydov Denis Al (Nikulin Denis A) - 32:43
Gromovik Yegor - Zabrodin Artyom
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