14 Mar, Tue

3

OT

4

0:1 2:0 1:2 0:1

14 Mar, Tue

5

3

1:2 1:0 3:1

16 Mar, Thu

2

OT

1

0:0 0:0 1:1 1:0

16 Mar, Thu

3

2

2:0 0:2 1:0

17 Mar, Fri

2

OT

1

1:0 0:1 0:0 1:0

17 Mar, Fri

2

0

0:0 0:0 2:0

18 Mar, Sat

5

4

2:1 3:3 0:0

18 Mar, Sat

2

1

0:1 1:0 1:0

19 Mar, Sun

4

3

3:0 0:2 1:1

19 Mar, Sun

3

2

0:1 2:1 1:0

20 Mar, Mon

1

OT

0

0:0 0:0 0:0 1:0

20 Mar, Mon

0

4

0:2 0:1 0:1

21 Mar, Tue

2

OT

3

1:1 0:0 1:1 0:1

21 Mar, Tue

6

2

2:1 3:1 1:0

22 Mar, Wed

1

OT

2

0:1 1:0 0:0 0:1

22 Mar, Wed

3

5

2:1 0:0 1:4

Today

Magnitogorsk (17:00 msk)

Today

Yaroslavl (19:30 msk)

24 Mar, Fri

Kazan (19:30 msk)

25 Mar, Sat

Moscow (17:00 msk)

Week 21 / 20 January 2015 / Game №666

HC Sochi

Sochi

Coach

Butsayev Vyacheslav

17.

Krikunov Ilya

25.

Emmerton Cory

2 3SO

0:0 1:1 1:1 0:0 0:1
Neftekhimik

Nizhnekamsk

Coach

Krikunov Vladimir

21.

Eronen Teemu

20.01.2015 19:00

Bolshoy Ice Dome

Sochi

6123 Spectators

Game stats

0

Power play goals

1

0

Shorthanded goals

0

3

Power play opportunities

3

34

Faceoffs won

29

8

Penalty in minutes

8

21

shots

24

Travelled distance (km)

Puck control time

OT

Goals

0 1

PPG

1 1

ESG

2 1

ESG

Below-strength CSKA too good for Riga. January 20 round-up

A goal in each period and a shut-out from Stanislav Galimov saw CSKA to a comfortable win at home to Dinamo Riga. The home team lined up without leading scorers Alexander Radulov and Stephane da Costa but still had too much firepower for the Latvians. Goals from Sergei Andronov, Maxim Mamin and Simon Hjalmarsson made the difference. However there are some fitness worries for the home team. Radulov’s injury is set to rule him out of Thursday’s table-topping clash with SKA and the KHL’s top point-scorer might also be forced to sit out Sunday’s All-Star Game in Sochi. Koskinen’s first SKA shut-out Mikka Koskinen had his first shut-out since moving to SKA – but found himself on the bench as his team won a shoot-out at Torpedo. Koskinen and his opposite number Mikhail Biryukov both made 27 saves in 65 scoreless minutes in Nizhny Novgorod but the Finn was replaced with young Igor Shestyorkin as the result came down to penalty shots. Shestyorkin was beaten by Woj ...