Amur

Khabarovsk

 

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2:0 1:1 0:2 0:0 0:1

Vityaz

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Vityaz

Coach: Oleg Orekhovsky

Amur

Coach: Jukka Rautakorpi
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  • 0 Power play goals 1
  • 0 Shorthanded goals 0
  • 4 Power play opportunities 5
  • 33 Faceoffs won 29
  • 12 Penalty in minutes 10
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Radulov leads CSKA to victory. October 23 round-up

23 October 2014, 23:55

Alexander Radulov notched a ‘Gordie Howe Hat trick’ to inspire CSKA to a 2-1 win over Avtomobilist. The visitor was leading thanks to Alexander Bumagin’s first-period penalty shot when Radulov got to work. First he supplied an assist on Bogdan Kiselevich’s equalizer, than he got to the slot himself to score with a back-hander off Jan Mursak’s pass. Finally in the third he got into a fight with Andrei Antonov to complete a busy evening. SKA stomps Salavat Yulaev There’s no sign of the SKA bandwagon slowing down in St. Petersburg, and Vyacheslav Bykov enjoyed a crushing 7-2 victory against his former club. Although Salavat Yulaev has been going well in the Eastern Conference it had no answer to a powerful offensive display from the hosts. SKA had seven different goal-scorers, with top striker Ilya Kovalchuk unusually failing to add to his goal tally. The star did have two assists though, while Artemy Panarin put up a hat-trick of passes on the night. The ...

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