Two days ago goals were hard to come by in the KHL; today four teams managed to score six.
The highest scoring game was in Nizhny Novgorod, where Torpedo went down 4-6 at home to HC Sochi. Clay Wilson and Cory Emmerton had two each for the visitor; Wojtek Wolski scored twice in a losing cause for Torpedo.
Troubled Salavat Yulaev suffered another heavy loss, going down 6-1 at Atlant to follow up Monday’s 4-0 failure in Minsk. Atlant scored five in the middle session, with Maxim Mayorov grabbing two of them; Salavat coach Vladimir Yurzinov told reporters that he was flying straight back to Ufa after the game while the team prepares for its trip to Bratislava on Friday.
Traktor matched Atlant’s 6-1 margin at Metallurg Novokuznetsk. The visitor had six different scorers in this one; Stanislav Chistov and Vyacheslav Osnovin both finished with 1+1.
Avangard was the day’s final six-shooter, winning 6-2 at Medvescak. The visitor rattled in four first-period markers through Denis Kulyash, ...