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20 April 2014, 16:00
0 – 10
0:2 0:3 0:5
Referee: Pavel Khristovsky, Alexander Goroshko, Alexander Yavarchuk

Hammered Washers

Sapa (Dronyk) 1:0 02′32″ 1:0
Sapa (Dronyk)
02′54″ 1:1 Klimkin (Bulygin)
20′18″ 1:2 Klimkin (Bulygin, Dyukin)
23′21″ 1:3 Dronyk (Tyutyunnikov)
29′11″ 1:4 Dobrov (Veshchunov, Golubev)
30′20″ 1:5 Klimov (Sumin)
32′33″ 1:6 Dronyk (Averochkin, Tyutyunnikov)
33′28″ 1:7 Shalyshkin (Sapa)
35′05″ 1:8 Kasutin (Sumin)
40′06″ 1:9 Shalyshkin (Sapa)
Albert Khasanov
Albert Khasanov
Aleksandr Parusov
Aleksandr Parusov
Anatolii Vlasov
Anatolii Vlasov
Andrei Tsvetkov
Andrei Tsvetkov
Arsenii Astafiev
Arsenii Astafiev
Boris Khachaturov
Boris Khachaturov
Dmitrii Rovdo
Dmitrii Rovdo
Egor Kuropov
Egor Kuropov
Egor Semichev
Egor Semichev
Ivan Abramov
Ivan Abramov
Ivan Churiukanov
Ivan Churiukanov
Ivan Frolov
Ivan Frolov
Ivan Lykov
Ivan Lykov
Maksim Parfenov
Maksim Parfenov
Mikhail Korablev
Mikhail Korablev
Nikita Novikov
Nikita Novikov
Osman Kurbanov
Osman Kurbanov
Sergei Zelenin
Sergei Zelenin
Stanislav Iarovoi
Stanislav Iarovoi
Stanislav Prasolov
Stanislav Prasolov
Vladislav Liubimov
Vladislav Liubimov
Artem Gurev
Artem Gurev
Artem Sapa
Artem Sapa
Daniil Bulygin
Daniil Bulygin
Daniil Diukin
Daniil Diukin
Danila Golubev
Danila Golubev
Danila Klimov
Danila Klimov
Dmitrii Gamzin
Dmitrii Gamzin
Dmitrii Kasutin
Dmitrii Kasutin
Egor Aksenov
Egor Aksenov
Egor Dobrov
Egor Dobrov
Gleb Ivanov
Gleb Ivanov
Igor Tiutiunnikov
Igor Tiutiunnikov
Ivan Zhigalov
Ivan Zhigalov
Kirill Savelev
Kirill Savelev
Matvei Averochkin
Matvei Averochkin
Matvei Sumin
Matvei Sumin
Mikhail Veshchunov
Mikhail Veshchunov
Nikita Shalyshkin
Nikita Shalyshkin
Sergei Klimkin
Sergei Klimkin
Vasilii Dronyk
Vasilii Dronyk
Vlad Churkin
Vlad Churkin
Vladislav Lukashevich
Vladislav Lukashevich

Hammered Washers

Sapa (Dronyk) 1:0 02′32″ 1:0
Sapa (Dronyk)
02′54″ 1:1 Klimkin (Bulygin)
20′18″ 1:2 Klimkin (Bulygin, Dyukin)
23′21″ 1:3 Dronyk (Tyutyunnikov)
29′11″ 1:4 Dobrov (Veshchunov, Golubev)
30′20″ 1:5 Klimov (Sumin)
32′33″ 1:6 Dronyk (Averochkin, Tyutyunnikov)
33′28″ 1:7 Shalyshkin (Sapa)
35′05″ 1:8 Kasutin (Sumin)
40′06″ 1:9 Shalyshkin (Sapa)

Penalty

About

The current champions threw themselves into the defence of their title from the get-go and three minutes later the score already stood at 2:0 to CSKA Moscow. Within 22 seconds Artem Sapa and Sergei Klimkin blasted the puck into Vladislav Lyubimov’s gate, and it seemed that after this speedy start the “Army team” would storm to victory without any problem. But it was not so simple.

Atlant gradually moved the play away from their goal to the centre zone and then even onto CSKA’s blue line, leaving the Muscovites to rely on determined counter-attacks. Their fast ripostes worked well, but each attack broke down at the Atlant gate where keeper Vladislav Lyubimov was playing a top game. That morning Atlant’s goalie also distinguished himself in the game against Donbass, and a couple of hours later threw himself into hold back the shots of the CSKA forwards.

Atlant had a good chance to close the gap when Artem Sapa was sent off in the middle of the first period, but this was the moment the CSKA goalkeeper Dmitry Gamzin also began to shine.

CSKA finally took the initiative in the second period and scored three more times, while creating numerous other chances in the process: one hit off the post, two 1-on-1 rushes and a flying shot on goal by Sumin. One goal was also disallowed because the puck crossed the line after the halt of the play.

The Moscow region players occasionally managed to hit back but then the CSKA goals started to flow. First Klimkin scored his second, hitting in the puck from a shot by Dyukin, and then it was Dronyk’s turn to drive it home past Lyubimov. In the last minute of the period Yegor Dobrov took a successful attack to its conclusion and boosted the score to 5:0.

Before the third period Atlant coach Gennady Kurochkin switched the goalkeepers and brought Dmitry Rovdo into play, but without the desired effect — CSKA scored three times in the first five minutes. Especially pleasing to watch was how forward Danila Klimov intercepted his teammate’s cross and used the tip of his stick to fire it into the top corner of the gate like a bullet.

It was after this goal that Atlant finally crumbled physically and morally, and from then their opponents got the better of them even in their own zone. The CSKA players mounted two last short-handed counter-attacks at the end of the match and netted their tenth puck of the game. Not having ceded a single goal, the Muscovites had equalled the highest score so far of the West Group results, cementing their place among the Tournament’s favourites this year.