Coach: Vladimir Krikunov

4 – 2

1:1 2:1 1:0



    Coach: Andrei Nikolishin
  • 565 26.01.2015
  • J Neftekhimik Arena, Nizhnekamsk
    3500 sp
  • K Referees: Sergei Belyayev, Yury Oskirko
    Linesmen: Sergei Misyur, Stanislav Raming




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Coach: Andrei Nikolishin


Coach: Vladimir Krikunov
Game stats
  • 0 Power play goals 2
  • 0 Shorthanded goals 0
  • 2 Power play opportunities 2
  • 24 Faceoffs won 22
  • 6 Penalty in minutes 16

SKA’s streak comes to an end. January 26 round-up

26 January 2015, 21:34

The day after the big show saw Salavat Yulaev’s Kirill Koltsov and SKA’s duo of Ilya Kovalchuk and Vadim Shipachyov back in KHL action in another East vs West battle in Ufa. And, once again, the East came out on top as Salavat snapped SKA’s eight-game winning streak, taking a 3-1 verdict. SKA also welcomed back Artmey Panarin after injury, but it was the home team that made the early running. Denis Tolpeko, an unpredictable talent who seems to be coming into form as the business end of the season approaches, opened the scoring with his second goal in two games. The former Dynamo man has now picked up five points in his last seven outings, a notable upswing after managing just 10 in the previous 37 appearances. Antti Pihlstrom doubled Salavat Yulaev’s advantage midway through the second, and even though Ilya Kovalchuk fed Dmitry Kalinin for the 2-1 goal seconds into the final session there was no recovery. Alexander Mereskin made it 3-1 in the 52nd minute and that completed the scoring. Th ...

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