Coach: Dmitry Kvartalnov

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Metallurg Mg


    Coach: Mike Keenan
  • 280 25.10.2014
  • J CSKA Ice Palace, Moscow
    5600 sp
  • K Referees: Vyacheslav Bulanov, Konstantin Olenin
    Linesmen: Gleb Lazarev, Alexander Sysuyev




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Metallurg Mg

Coach: Mike Keenan


Coach: Dmitry Kvartalnov
Game stats
  • 1 Power play goals 1
  • 0 Shorthanded goals 0
  • 5 Power play opportunities 4
  • 29 Faceoffs won 26
  • 8 Penalty in minutes 10

Magnitka shows steel to hold off CSKA

25 October 2014, 22:08

The early stages of this season have been encouraging for CSKA: under Dmitry Kvartalnov’s guidance the Army Men have gelled quickly and formed a potent force in the Western Conference, trailing only their military cousins from St. Petersburg in the race for the summit. And that’s put a real feel-good factor back around the oft-beleaguered club, steadily winning back the fans who drifted away after the departure of Vyacheslav Bykov saw the team steadily lose its competitive edge and fall into the ranks of play-off hopefuls rather than title contenders. So when defending champion Metallurg Magnitogorsk came to Moscow it was a full house on Leningradsky Prospekt – and hopes were high for another thriller to match the pulsating battles against SKA and Ak Bars in recent weeks. Those earlier heavyweight clashes had ended in narrow defeats for CSKA, and the home fans were given hope of a better outcome this time when the first power play of the night saw Jan Mursak fire the Army Men a ...

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