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26 April 2015, 15:30
9 – 5
4:1 2:2 3:2
Referee: P. Klemantovich, I. Vereshchagin, Ye. Kochetov

Hammered Washers

Nazarov (Kiselev) 1:0 1′56″ 1:0
Nazarov (Kiselev)
Zhukov (Labutkin, Ermakov) 2:0 4′55″ 2:0
Zhukov (Labutkin, Ermakov)
Kharkov 3:0 5′10″ 3:0
Kharkov
8′13″ 3:1 Hurulyaynen (Harkimo)
Rogovskiy 4:1 9′47″ 4:1
Rogovskiy
16′16″ 4:2 Korhonen (Vuori, Hurulyaynen)
Rogovskiy (Nazarov, Sokruto) 5:2 21′05″ 5:2
Rogovskiy (Nazarov, Sokruto)
24′50″ 5:3 Vuori
Strigalev (Sinogeev) 6:3 29′57″ 6:3
Strigalev (Sinogeev)
Roshchin 7:3 31′54″ 7:3
Roshchin
35′37″ 7:4 Hiltunen (Kivinen)
Ermakov (Zhukov) 8:4 40′37″ 8:4
Ermakov (Zhukov)
Polyakov (Kharkov, Shumilov) 9:4 42′00″ 9:4
Polyakov (Kharkov, Shumilov)
44′02″ 9:5 Saastamoinen
Aleksandr Shumilov
Aleksandr Shumilov
Aleksandr Zhukov
Aleksandr Zhukov
Alexei Ermakov
Alexei Ermakov
Daniil Snurnikov
Daniil Snurnikov
Daniil Sokruto
Daniil Sokruto
Denis Chubarov
Denis Chubarov
Dmitriy Zaytsev
Dmitriy Zaytsev
Egor Kiselev
Egor Kiselev
Egor Roshchin
Egor Roshchin
Ilya Rogovskiy
Ilya Rogovskiy
Ilya Shabanov
Ilya Shabanov
Ilya Vinogradov
Ilya Vinogradov
Ivan Nazarov
Ivan Nazarov
Kirill Yurtaykin
Kirill Yurtaykin
Nikita Kharkov
Nikita Kharkov
Pavel Artyunin
Pavel Artyunin
Pavel Polyakov
Pavel Polyakov
Ruslan Sinogeev
Ruslan Sinogeev
Sergey Murashov
Sergey Murashov
Vladislav Strigalev
Vladislav Strigalev
Yaroslav Labutkin
Yaroslav Labutkin
Yaroslav Lapin
Yaroslav Lapin
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

Nazarov (Kiselev) 1:0 1′56″ 1:0
Nazarov (Kiselev)
Zhukov (Labutkin, Ermakov) 2:0 4′55″ 2:0
Zhukov (Labutkin, Ermakov)
Kharkov 3:0 5′10″ 3:0
Kharkov
8′13″ 3:1 Hurulyaynen (Harkimo)
Rogovskiy 4:1 9′47″ 4:1
Rogovskiy
16′16″ 4:2 Korhonen (Vuori, Hurulyaynen)
Rogovskiy (Nazarov, Sokruto) 5:2 21′05″ 5:2
Rogovskiy (Nazarov, Sokruto)
24′50″ 5:3 Vuori
Strigalev (Sinogeev) 6:3 29′57″ 6:3
Strigalev (Sinogeev)
Roshchin 7:3 31′54″ 7:3
Roshchin
35′37″ 7:4 Hiltunen (Kivinen)
Ermakov (Zhukov) 8:4 40′37″ 8:4
Ermakov (Zhukov)
Polyakov (Kharkov, Shumilov) 9:4 42′00″ 9:4
Polyakov (Kharkov, Shumilov)
44′02″ 9:5 Saastamoinen

Penalty

About

As it is usually believed, the play-off games are competitions at a totally different level, and so it was very interesting to see how they would be handled by the two teams known for their organization and playing discipline. Lokomotiv coach Maxim Survilov spoke about his preference for playing Dynamo Moscow rather than Yokerit, explaining his wishes by saying that his team has a special score with the white-and-blues. They meet frequently in various tournaments. However the Yaroslavl team’s fortune was playing with the squad from Helsinki, and no one expected it to be a walk in the park.

Apparently, understanding that their opponent could put up some serious challenges, Lokomotiv in the literal sense of the phrase, did not let their opponents out of the other end for the entire first half of the period. In this time the ‘railwaymen’ shot at the goal of the Finnish visitors three times. Only closer to the break did Yokerit respond with one goal, but it was elegant — after a vertical pass out of their own end and with an ideal one-on-one execution.

In the second period things proceeded more equally. With a score of 2:4 Yokerit, as it seemed, began to take the advantage, but unnecessary penalties in the other end broke the spirit of the Suomi representatives. Making the most of their opponent’s errors, Lokomotiv realized the numerical advantage and determined the outcome of this game. After the score of 2:5, Yokerit continued to fight and even closed the gap to two goals, but in a few cases the Finnish team was unlucky, and in a few cases Lokomotiv defenders and goalie Sergei Murashov fended them off. The cushion created in the very beginning of the game turned out to be the key. “Loko” brought the game to a successful finish with minimal nerves. Now the Yaroslavl team will await the winner of the Vityaz — SKA game.