Admiral

Vladivostok

 

3 – 2

3:0 0:1 0:1

Amur

Khabarovsk

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Amur

Coach: Jukka Rautakorpi

Admiral

Coach: Sergei Shepelev
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  • 1 Power play goals 0
  • 0 Shorthanded goals 0
  • 2 Power play opportunities 2
  • 21 Faceoffs won 30
  • 4 Penalty in minutes 4
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CSKA edges clear at top. November 21 round-up

21 November 2014, 23:01

CSKA increased its lead at the top of the KHL table despite being taken to a shoot-out by Torpedo. Roman Lyubimov scored twice post-game to give CSKA the win and lift Moscow’s Army Men two points clear of their Petersburg rivals ahead of Monday’s eagerly awaited summit clash. The teams tied 3-3 in regulation, with Wojtek Wolski (1+2) and Jarkko Immonen (1+1) leading the home scoring and Jan Mursak scoring two for CSKA. Mursak’s second, midway through the third period, put CSKA 3-2 up, but that lead lasted less than two minutes before Wolski helped created Artyom Blazhiyevsky’s equalizer, the 20-year-old’s first ever KHL goal. CSKA negotiated a penalty on Chad Billins in overtime as the game went to a shoot-out. Debut derby delight for Shepelev Sergei Shepelev enjoyed a successful debut behind the bench for Admiral, leading his new team to a 3-2 victory over Amur in the Far East derby. The presence of a new figure at the helm of the Vladivostok club inspired ...

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