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Coach: Andrei Nikolishin

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Coach: Andrei Skabelka
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  • 0 Power play goals 0
  • 0 Shorthanded goals 0
  • 3 Power play opportunities 1
  • 27 Faceoffs won 27
  • 2 Penalty in minutes 6
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‘Dry season’ strikes in the East. December 8 round-up

8 December 2014, 23:39

The Russian term for a shut-out literally translates as a ‘dry game’ – and by those standards Eastern Conference teams were pretty well parched on Monday. Five games from eight featured a shut-out – and all five toothless offenses came from the East. The driest spot of all came in Siberia, where the games at Sibir and Metallurg Novokuznetsk were both settled by a single goal, and both times in favor of the visitor. Traktor produced its first shut-out of the campaign to win at Sibir, thanks to 35 saves from Michael Garnett and a 44th-minute Deron Quint goal. In Novokuznetsk it also took a third-period goal to give Ugra its fourth win on the spin. In-form Nikita Gusev scored his third in four games while Stepan Goryachevskikh had 29 saves as the Khanty-Mansiysk team made it three shut-outs in four. Neftekhimik’s Alexander Sudnitsyn was the first goalie to claim a shut-out, making 30 saves in his team’s 2-0 win at Amur. Again the scoring came late, with Yegor Milovzorov breaki ...

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