Moscow Region

    Coach: Oleg Orekhovsky

3 – 2

0:1 0:1 3:0


Nizhny Novgorod

    Coach: Peteris Skudra
  • 219 14.10.2014
  • J Vityaz Ice Palace, Podolsk
    4000 sp
  • K Referees: Anatoly Zakharov, Denis Naumov
    Linesmen: Sergei Morozov, Ivan Fateyev




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Coach: Peteris Skudra


Coach: Oleg Orekhovsky
Game stats
  • 1 Power play goals 1
  • 0 Shorthanded goals 0
  • 7 Power play opportunities 3
  • 24 Faceoffs won 29
  • 8 Penalty in minutes 26

Repeat performance. October 14 round-up

14 October 2014, 23:22

One week after CSKA beat HC Sochi 6-2 in Moscow the teams met beside the Black Sea – and produced the exact same scoreline. Two first-period goals from Alexander Radulov set the tone this time, and three assists from Stephane da Costa means the Frenchman is keeping pace with his team-mate on 26 points for the season, one behind the league’s top scorer Ilya Kovalchuk. Igor Ignatushkin reduced the deficit to 2-1 with the only goal of the second period, but CSKA romped away in the third. Nikita Zaitsev got a power play goal in the first minute and Igor Volkov quickly stretched the lead to 4-1. Jan Mursak’s penalty shot and a Radulov - da Costa combination to set up Igor Grigorenko completed CSKA’s scoring; former Army Man Oleg Saprykin got a last minute consolation for Sochi. A tale of two goalies At one end of the ice Vitaly Koval made 29 saves and claimed his third shut-out of the season for Salavat Yulaev. At the other, Rafael Khakimov saved two penalty shots for ...

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