Salavat Yulaev


    Coach: Vladimir Yurzinov, Jr.

3 – 2

0:1 1:0 2:1



    Coach: Sergei Svetlov
  • 318 02.11.2014
  • J Ufa-Arena, Ufa
    6380 sp
  • K Referees: Mikhail Buturlin, Alexander Dreyev
    Linesmen: Yury Ivanov, Alexander Nesterov




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Coach: Sergei Svetlov

Salavat Yulaev

Coach: Vladimir Yurzinov, Jr.
Game stats
  • 0 Power play goals 1
  • 0 Shorthanded goals 0
  • 5 Power play opportunities 6
  • 34 Faceoffs won 33
  • 17 Penalty in minutes 15

Magnitka battles back. November 2 round-up

2 November 2014, 23:32

Metallurg Magnitogorsk had to come back from 2-4 down to claim an overtime win against Avtomobilist. Two goals from Alexei Mikhnov had helped Avto into a strong position by the end of the second period, but Jan Kovar and Danis Zaripov hauled the home team level – Zaripov tying it up on 57:40 to take it to overtime. Francis Pare got the decider during the extra five minutes, and Metallurg was finally rewarded for outshooting its opponent 53-25 over the course of the game. SKA edges HC Sochi League leader SKA defeated newcomer HC Sochi – but the gap between the teams in the league table was not reflected by the 2-1 scoreline. SKA’s second-line trio of Viktor Tikhonov (1+1), Evgeny Dadonov (1+1) and Artemy Panarin (0+2) built the platform for SKA’s win in the first period, but after that strong start the league leader ran into difficulties. Ryan Whitney pulled one back for Sochi – his second goal since arriving in Russia – and young goalie Evgeny Ivannikov wa ...

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