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Hammered Washers

Tetin (Klochkov) 1:0 7′25″ 1:0
Tetin (Klochkov)
Kulonummi (pp, Kivinen) 2:0 9′23″ 2:0
Kulonummi (pp, Kivinen)
17′49″ 2:1 Tetin (Tkach)
18′59″ 2:2 Vasilkov (Legkov, Guryanov)
Kuusla (Kivinen, Noiva) 3:2 19′40″ 3:2
Kuusla (Kivinen, Noiva)
32′30″ 3:3 Klochkov (Tetin)
36′07″ 3:4 Tkach (pp)
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
Aleksandr Babikov
Aleksandr Babikov
Aleksandr Ellanskiy
Aleksandr Ellanskiy
Aleksandr Legkov
Aleksandr Legkov
Alexei Tetin
Alexei Tetin
Alexei Vasilkov
Alexei Vasilkov
Arseniy Pozhidaev
Arseniy Pozhidaev
Arseniy Trifonov
Arseniy Trifonov
Danila Tkach
Danila Tkach
Egor Petkilyov
Egor Petkilyov
Fyodor Filin
Fyodor Filin
Fyodor Konakov
Fyodor Konakov
Grigoriy Perov
Grigoriy Perov
Ilya Efimov
Ilya Efimov
Kirill Beshkorov
Kirill Beshkorov
Kirill Guryanov
Kirill Guryanov
Makar Klochkov
Makar Klochkov
Matvey Vyakhorev
Matvey Vyakhorev
Maxim Muranov
Maxim Muranov
Maxim Yeryomenko
Maxim Yeryomenko
Nikita Klepikov
Nikita Klepikov
Vladislav Sapunov
Vladislav Sapunov
Vyacheslav Goldenkov
Vyacheslav Goldenkov

Hammered Washers

Tetin (Klochkov) 1:0 7′25″ 1:0
Tetin (Klochkov)
Kulonummi (pp, Kivinen) 2:0 9′23″ 2:0
Kulonummi (pp, Kivinen)
17′49″ 2:1 Tetin (Tkach)
18′59″ 2:2 Vasilkov (Legkov, Guryanov)
Kuusla (Kivinen, Noiva) 3:2 19′40″ 3:2
Kuusla (Kivinen, Noiva)
32′30″ 3:3 Klochkov (Tetin)
36′07″ 3:4 Tkach (pp)

Penalty

About

The opening game on Sunday at the Jubilee main arena was between the group B leaders, Dynamo Moscow and Jokerit. The white-and-blues and the jokers both beat Atlant on Saturday. Now it was time to see who was strongest.

The game began with massive attacks by Dynamo. The Muscovites missed some excellent chances, including an open goalmouth for Guryanov. There was also a fine save by the Jokerit goalkeeper, Heikkeri, who caught the puck in his glove.

But Heikkeri could not do all the work for his teammates, and was beaten by Tetin in another attack. The jokers struck back after a penalty by Dynamo, using the power play to equalize when Kulonummi put the finishing touch to a sweeping manoeuvre by the boys from Helsinki.

Dynamo did not get as far as the changing room in the break: coach Mikhail Vasilevsky sat them on the bench for a rapid analysis of how to do better. His main message was — “Use your chances!” The blue-and-whites took that message to heart, came out fighting, and made quick progress. The two Alexeys — Tetin and Vasilkov — both scored within a minute of each other, giving Dynamo what looked like a sure safety margin of two goals. But Jokerit was not beaten yet. Kulonummi led an attack that finished with a goal by Kuusla.

Half way through the game both coaches changed their keepers and the Dynamo number-one spot was taken by Maxim Yeryomenko, son of the keeper in the club’s adult team, Alexander Yeryomenko.

The irrepressible Tetin was back to work at the start of the third period, setting up a fourth goal that was finished by Klochkov. Jokerit stepped up the pressure and Yeryomenko-junior had his work cut out. The blue-and-whites incurred a penalty and the jokers staked everything on the power play, taking off the keeper and launching a six-man onslaught on the Moscow goal. But they could not beat Yeryomenko and took a penalty for a substitution mistake. Dynamo made better use of its power play and Danila Tkach made the score 5:2.

This was a tough game, but Dynamo Moscow emerged with a second consecutive win and undisputed dominance in their group.