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Coach: Petri Matikainen

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Coach: Dave King
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  • 0 Power play goals 0
  • 0 Shorthanded goals 0
  • 3 Power play opportunities 2
  • 33 Faceoffs won 20
  • 4 Penalty in minutes 6
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Late goal rush in Ufa. January 10 round-up

10 January 2015, 21:50

Salavat Yulaev shrugged off its recent indifferent form to beat Metallurg Magnitogorsk after a dramatic finish in Ufa. The home team looked to be home and dry when Kirill Koltsov added to Denis Tolpeko’s second-period marker to give a two-goal cushion with 12 minutes to play. But Jan Kovar made it 2-1 in the 57th minute, prompting a flurry of late scoring. Denis Bodrov scored an empty-netter as Magnitka went for broke, but even then Oskar Osala had time to reduce the deficit once again with a power play goal. It finished 3-2 as the hooter timed out Magnitogorsk’s chances. Avangard halts Ak Bars’ run Avangard ended Ak Bars’ four-game winning streak to strengthen its own grip on second place in the Eastern Conference. The Omsk team, which had lost its last two games, edged a 3-2 verdict in Saturday’s top KHL clash thanks to a late power play goal from defenseman Nikita Pivtsakin. The winner came with just over two minutes to play when Pivtsakin fired home from the blue line t ...

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