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Hammered Washers

Harkimo 1:0 2′20″ 1:0
Harkimo
13′17″ 1:1 Kuusla (Hurulyaynen, Noiva)
20′41″ 1:2 Harkimo (Hurulyaynen)
Panin (Romanov) 2:2 22′15″ 2:2
Panin (Romanov)
35′59″ 2:3 Van Der Pals
Podgornov (Grishanov) 3:3 43′32″ 3:3
Podgornov (Grishanov)
Aleksandr Dudkin
Aleksandr Dudkin
Artyom Grishanov
Artyom Grishanov
Artyom Lebedev
Artyom Lebedev
Dmitriy Kulikov
Dmitriy Kulikov
Dmitriy Shavlov
Dmitriy Shavlov
Dmitriy Stepanov
Dmitriy Stepanov
Egor Sakulin
Egor Sakulin
Elisey Bogdanov
Elisey Bogdanov
Erik Gontsov
Erik Gontsov
Evgeniy Yants
Evgeniy Yants
Ilya Panin
Ilya Panin
Ilya Podgornov
Ilya Podgornov
Ivan Mikhachev
Ivan Mikhachev
Ivan Sabunin
Ivan Sabunin
Ivan Vostryakov
Ivan Vostryakov
Nikolay Ershov
Nikolay Ershov
Roman Sergunov
Roman Sergunov
Sergey Dmitriev
Sergey Dmitriev
Stepan Romanov
Stepan Romanov
Vladimir Romanov
Vladimir Romanov
Vladislav Maryin
Vladislav Maryin
Zakhar Satalkin
Zakhar Satalkin
Alex Nenko
Alex Nenko
Arttu Paqvalin
Arttu Paqvalin
Dan Harkimo
Dan Harkimo
Emil Kuusla
Emil Kuusla
Julius Kivinen
Julius Kivinen
Kasper Kulonummi
Kasper Kulonummi
Lauri Saastamoinen
Lauri Saastamoinen
Luka Hurulyaynen
Luka Hurulyaynen
Luka Myller
Luka Myller
Max Van Der Pals
Max Van Der Pals
Nestor Noiva
Nestor Noiva
Niklas Luoma
Niklas Luoma
Oskar Shchedin
Oskar Shchedin
Sisu Heikkeri
Sisu Heikkeri
Taskinen Joona
Taskinen Joona
Topi Vuori
Topi Vuori
Tuukka Korhonen
Tuukka Korhonen
Veikka Jantunen
Veikka Jantunen
Venni Hiltunen
Venni Hiltunen

Hammered Washers

Harkimo 1:0 2′20″ 1:0
Harkimo
13′17″ 1:1 Kuusla (Hurulyaynen, Noiva)
20′41″ 1:2 Harkimo (Hurulyaynen)
Panin (Romanov) 2:2 22′15″ 2:2
Panin (Romanov)
35′59″ 2:3 Van Der Pals
Podgornov (Grishanov) 3:3 43′32″ 3:3
Podgornov (Grishanov)

Penalty

About

Atlant (Moscow Region) was in an unenviable position. Having lost in their first meeting against Moscow’s Dynamo, then on the same day they had to play one of the best Finnish hockey clubs, Yokerit. A loss here would knock Atlant out of the fight for a higher place. The playing style of the Suomi team was clear from the first minutes of the game — the visitors from Helsinki were extremely organized, allowing them to control the course of the game, and an early goal only made their lives easier. By the way, the stands held an almost equal number of fans for both teams, but the Yokerit fans started filling up seats a long time before their game. Yokerit perfectly used its chances during the powerplay benefiting from the players’ fluency. After this allowed goal, the Atlant coaches complained that one shouldn’t allow these kinds of unjustified penalties in the other end.

2:0 — a good lead after the first period. In the second 15 minutes, the course of the game changed a bit, but it was still clear how much more calculating the Finnish team was. And although throughout the second period the opponents exchanged pucks, the advantage, and more importantly Yokerit’s total self-confidence — was plain to see. The Finns’ good organization was even visible in such detail: during the breaks the whole team went to the locker room as one to rest for five minutes not on the ice like everyone else, but in more comfortable conditions. The Atlant coaches’ dissatisfaction was clearly audible for the stands of the Yubileyny. The third period went by fairly peacefully, although the gap wasn’t big. The Finnish team didn’t give up their initiative and won a well-earned victory with 4:2.