Alexei Tereshchenko knew all about the importance of beating Salavat Yulaev during his long career at Ak Bars, and those old habits came back to him in the colors of Dynamo Moscow.
The forward, who arrived in Moscow over the summer, scored twice in the second period to wipe out the home team’s 2-0 lead and set Dynamo on the way to a 4-2 win.
Salavat’s distress was not helped by the fact that Tereshchenko’s equalizer came when his team was short-handed – the second game running the Blue-and-Whites have scored at a numerical disadvantage.
Konstantin Gorovikov claimed the game-winner on 38 minutes and Konstantin Volkov’s empty-netter wrapped it up.
SKA digs deep to maintain perfect start
SKA almost lost its 100% record to unheralded Admiral in a lively game in St. Petersburg.
The visitors opened up a 3-0 lead with Richard Gynge and Niclas Bergfors both posting 1+1 as the home crowd was stunned in the first half of the game.
But after Bergfors got Admiral’ ...