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25 April 2015, 19:30
6 – 0
3:0 3:0 0:0
Referee: A. Vasiliev, P. Aleshin, Yu. Ivanov

Hammered Washers

Suniev (Panferov) 1:0 7′42″ 1:0
Suniev (Panferov)
Deev (Sredin) 2:0 9′26″ 2:0
Deev (Sredin)
Suniev (Budarov, Grigoryev) 3:0 9′46″ 3:0
Suniev (Budarov, Grigoryev)
Kabat 4:0 16′45″ 4:0
Kabat
Gimbatov 5:0 28′07″ 5:0
Gimbatov
Budarov (Kabat) 6:0 29′38″ 6:0
Budarov (Kabat)
Aleksandr Dil
Aleksandr Dil
Arseniy Malyutin
Arseniy Malyutin
Artyom Budarov
Artyom Budarov
Artyom Duda
Artyom Duda
Aydar Suniev
Aydar Suniev
Daniil Dornyanu
Daniil Dornyanu
Daniil Grigoryev
Daniil Grigoryev
Danil Panferov
Danil Panferov
Danila Stanislavskiy
Danila Stanislavskiy
Evgeniy Deev
Evgeniy Deev
Grigoriy Vanin
Grigoriy Vanin
Ivan Doroshin
Ivan Doroshin
Ivan Makeev
Ivan Makeev
Ivan Novozhilov
Ivan Novozhilov
Kirill Volkov
Kirill Volkov
Matvey Filyakov
Matvey Filyakov
Mikhail Kabat
Mikhail Kabat
Pavel Volovlikov
Pavel Volovlikov
Ruslan Gimbatov
Ruslan Gimbatov
Sergey Kholodnov
Sergey Kholodnov
Sergey Zakharov
Sergey Zakharov
Vasiliy Sredin
Vasiliy Sredin
Alexei Baron
Alexei Baron
Alexei Leontyev
Alexei Leontyev
Andrey Tolstov
Andrey Tolstov
Arkadiy Zubert
Arkadiy Zubert
Artyom Kostromin
Artyom Kostromin
Artyom Shlyakov
Artyom Shlyakov
Aydar Sitdikov
Aydar Sitdikov
Bogdan Konev
Bogdan Konev
Daniil Chuparnov
Daniil Chuparnov
Igor Smirnov
Igor Smirnov
Ivan Kruzenshtern
Ivan Kruzenshtern
Ivan Rodichev
Ivan Rodichev
Kirill Kapustin
Kirill Kapustin
Magomed Sharakanov
Magomed Sharakanov
Mikhail Zumberg
Mikhail Zumberg
Nikita Kalinin
Nikita Kalinin
Nikita Shalimov
Nikita Shalimov
Nikita Tsevalyuk
Nikita Tsevalyuk
Nikolay Kobzar
Nikolay Kobzar
Pavel Pavlovskiy
Pavel Pavlovskiy
Vladislav  Paray
Vladislav Paray
Yaroslav Eykyas
Yaroslav Eykyas

Hammered Washers

Suniev (Panferov) 1:0 7′42″ 1:0
Suniev (Panferov)
Deev (Sredin) 2:0 9′26″ 2:0
Deev (Sredin)
Suniev (Budarov, Grigoryev) 3:0 9′46″ 3:0
Suniev (Budarov, Grigoryev)
Kabat 4:0 16′45″ 4:0
Kabat
Gimbatov 5:0 28′07″ 5:0
Gimbatov
Budarov (Kabat) 6:0 29′38″ 6:0
Budarov (Kabat)

Penalty

About

The puck was dropped onto the ice between the two army teams in the initial face-off by the former keeper of the Russian national squad and now SKA goalie coach, Maxim Sokolov. The presence of the hockey legend inspired the Petersburg boys, who immediately besieged the CSKA goal. The guest players were sent off one after another and seemed trapped in their zone, promising SKA its second convincing victory of the day (just a few hours earlier the home team had seen off Riga Dinamo with a score of 11:1). But the Moscow players held firm, and shot three bolts of lightning in the middle of the first period — three consecutive attacks that finished with three goals. Aidar Suniyev finished the first of and third of these fast-moving combinations, and the second was driven home by Evgeny Deyev.

SKA were back in the game by the end of the first period, but Andrei Tolstov and Nikita Shalimov missed good chances: twice in one attack the forwards shot from close distance but failed to beat the guests’ goalkeeper, Daniil Dornyanu.

At the start of the second period, SKA charged the Moscow goals again and fell into the same trap: a goal-scoring counter attack by Mikhail Kabat made it 4:0. In the middle of the second period, the hosts survived a spell of three-on-five after two penalties, but then failed to keep the enemy at bay when back on equal terms: Ruslan Gimbatov, younger brother of Pakhrutdin Gimbatov — now a key player with the Severstal adult team — scored a supergoal, outmanoeuvring two defenders and slipping the puck behind the goalkeeper. Gimbatov wears Datsyuk’s number 13, and the goal was certainly worthy of Datsyuk. A few seconds before the end of the period, Artyom Budarov made the score a devastating 6:0.

In the rest of the game SKA did all it could to prevent a shutout, even replacing the keeper by a sixth field player in the dying moments, but the CSKA goal stayed closed.