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21 April 2014, 15:20
6 – 3
0:0 3:1 3:2
Referee: Sergei Bashkirov, Ilya Romanov, Denis Gorbonosov

Hammered Washers

Kaiyrzhan 1:0 16′08″ 1:0
Kaiyrzhan
Korobintsev (Akhmedov) 2:0 19′12″ 2:0
Korobintsev (Akhmedov)
Romanov 3:0 20′51″ 3:0
Romanov
Golubtsov (Dashtemirov) 4:0 27′14″ 4:0
Golubtsov (Dashtemirov)
Arsyutin 5:0 35′01″ 5:0
Arsyutin
Romanov 6:0 36′02″ 6:0
Romanov
39′27″ 6:1 Kaiyrzhan (Mykanov)
Dashtemirov (Akasov, Degtiarev) 7:1 41′06″ 7:1
Dashtemirov (Akasov, Degtiarev)
44′04″ 7:2 Kaiyrzhan (Atkachenko, Mukanov)
Dmitrii Pokaliukhin
Dmitrii Pokaliukhin
Efim Arsiutin
Efim Arsiutin
Egor Vimba
Egor Vimba
Gleb Krylov
Gleb Krylov
Ivan Borisov
Ivan Borisov
Ivan Butusov
Ivan Butusov
Ivan Degtiarev
Ivan Degtiarev
Ivan Meledin
Ivan Meledin
Kirill Shcherbinin
Kirill Shcherbinin
Maksim Akulov
Maksim Akulov
Mikhail Timoshkov
Mikhail Timoshkov
Nikita Akhmedov
Nikita Akhmedov
Nikita Golubtsov
Nikita Golubtsov
Nikita Ismailov
Nikita Ismailov
Nikita Lugantsev
Nikita Lugantsev
Nikita Zyrianov
Nikita Zyrianov
Petr Glukhov
Petr Glukhov
Rashid Dashtemirov
Rashid Dashtemirov
Rodion Iumatov
Rodion Iumatov
Timur Vakasov
Timur Vakasov
Vladimir Korobintsev
Vladimir Korobintsev
Vladislav Romanov
Vladislav Romanov
Alen Zairov
Alen Zairov
Alexandr Tursumetov
Alexandr Tursumetov
Almaz Mukanov
Almaz Mukanov
Danil Taldykin
Danil Taldykin
Dinmukhamed Kaiyrzhan
Dinmukhamed Kaiyrzhan
Egor Gumennyi
Egor Gumennyi
Eldar Erkimbekov
Eldar Erkimbekov
Iurgis Dubinskas
Iurgis Dubinskas
Ivan Atkachenko
Ivan Atkachenko
Kirill Kenig
Kirill Kenig
Konstantin Dvurechenskii
Konstantin Dvurechenskii
Matvei Zavialov
Matvei Zavialov
Medet Saparbek
Medet Saparbek
Niiazbek Smagulov
Niiazbek Smagulov
Nikita Seleznev
Nikita Seleznev
Roman Shefer
Roman Shefer
Sardar Kamibaev
Sardar Kamibaev
Temirlan Smadiarov
Temirlan Smadiarov
Vsevolod Logvin
Vsevolod Logvin

Hammered Washers

Kaiyrzhan 1:0 16′08″ 1:0
Kaiyrzhan
Korobintsev (Akhmedov) 2:0 19′12″ 2:0
Korobintsev (Akhmedov)
Romanov 3:0 20′51″ 3:0
Romanov
Golubtsov (Dashtemirov) 4:0 27′14″ 4:0
Golubtsov (Dashtemirov)
Arsyutin 5:0 35′01″ 5:0
Arsyutin
Romanov 6:0 36′02″ 6:0
Romanov
39′27″ 6:1 Kaiyrzhan (Mykanov)
Dashtemirov (Akasov, Degtiarev) 7:1 41′06″ 7:1
Dashtemirov (Akasov, Degtiarev)
44′04″ 7:2 Kaiyrzhan (Atkachenko, Mukanov)

Penalty

About

The game got off to a slow start as the players got the measure of each another I the first period.

Ugra appeared to have the slight edge on Barys with two power plays and creating one perfect — but unexploited — scoring chance. Both teams skilfully rolled out their defences in the neutral zone and on the blue lines to thwart their attacks.

The pace picked up in the second period with an accurate penalty shot on the Ugra goal by Dinmukhamed Kaiyrzhan which opened the score for Barys. This only antagonized Ugra and in the space of a few minutes they went from conceding a goal to scoring twice and taking the lead. Barys’ attempt to play a more refined game on passes was thwarted by Ugra’s more pragmatic style, and towards the second interval the northern players scored again from inside the Barys goal circle. The team from Astana were able to pull back a point but failed to exploit a power play and then incurred two one-minute penalties, handing the advantage to Ugra for the next 110 seconds. Then a Barys attack produced a fine shot on goal only to strike the crossbar, and the scoreboard remained unchanged. Astana’s team presented a golden opportunity to Khanty-Mansiysk when all six players pressed forward and incurred another penalty. The territorial advantage went to Ugra and in the 35th minute Efim Arsyutkin ratcheted the score up to 4:1, before a Barys own goal widened the gap still further.

The Kazakh team was still in with a chance to get back into the game even when Vsevolod Logvin fluffed a perfect scoring opportunity. His team mate Kaiyrzhan impressively beat the Ugra goalkeeper 1-on-1 and netted his second goal of the game. The joy was short lived though, as the northern team scored again to secure a 6:2 lead.

The consolation prize for Barys came in the form of a final goal for Kaiyrzhan, handing a 6:3 victory to Ugra but producing the first Kazakh hat-trick in the Tournament’s history.