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Hammered Washers

Gimbatov 1:0 3′22″ 1:0
Gimbatov
4′20″ 1:1 Buzenkov (Babushkin, Smirnov)
Kabat 2:1 16′27″ 2:1
Kabat
Deev (Gimbatov) 3:1 17′51″ 3:1
Deev (Gimbatov)
Gimbatov (Kabat) 4:1 21′42″ 4:1
Gimbatov (Kabat)
Grigoryev (Budarov) 5:1 22′59″ 5:1
Grigoryev (Budarov)
Suniev 6:1 26′49″ 6:1
Suniev
Gimbatov (Dil) 7:1 39′16″ 7:1
Gimbatov (Dil)
30′32″ 7:2 Ilyin (Shilov)
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
Aleksandr Kashlinov
Aleksandr Kashlinov
Aleksandr Shilov
Aleksandr Shilov
Andrey Aksenovsky
Andrey Aksenovsky
Anton Maryshev
Anton Maryshev
Artyom Piushkov
Artyom Piushkov
Denis Metalichenko
Denis Metalichenko
Egor Smirnov
Egor Smirnov
Evgeniy Loginov
Evgeniy Loginov
Igor Bukhartsev
Igor Bukhartsev
Ilya Babushkin
Ilya Babushkin
Ilya Buzenkov
Ilya Buzenkov
Ivan Ermakov
Ivan Ermakov
Makar Zheglov
Makar Zheglov
Mikhail Ilyin
Mikhail Ilyin
Nikita Bychkov
Nikita Bychkov
Sadig Khangusseynov
Sadig Khangusseynov
Stepan Kopyltsov
Stepan Kopyltsov
Stepan Koshelev
Stepan Koshelev
Stepan Smirnov
Stepan Smirnov
Timofey Pushkov
Timofey Pushkov
Timofey Smirnov
Timofey Smirnov
Viktor Veselov
Viktor Veselov

Hammered Washers

Gimbatov 1:0 3′22″ 1:0
Gimbatov
4′20″ 1:1 Buzenkov (Babushkin, Smirnov)
Kabat 2:1 16′27″ 2:1
Kabat
Deev (Gimbatov) 3:1 17′51″ 3:1
Deev (Gimbatov)
Gimbatov (Kabat) 4:1 21′42″ 4:1
Gimbatov (Kabat)
Grigoryev (Budarov) 5:1 22′59″ 5:1
Grigoryev (Budarov)
Suniev 6:1 26′49″ 6:1
Suniev
Gimbatov (Dil) 7:1 39′16″ 7:1
Gimbatov (Dil)
30′32″ 7:2 Ilyin (Shilov)

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About

The Moscow “army” team finished the group stage with an astounding goal differential — 19:1, although in the first period of the quarter final they came up against tougher competition from Severstal. Moscow CSKA opened the scoreboard, but the Cherepovets team reacted very swiftly. Discouraged by the allowed goal, CSKA could not get the advantage back until the break, although they expended a huge amount of energy to get through their opponent’s defence. In one of the moments, the Moscow forwards raised their hands in celebration but the referees thought that Kashlinov had managed to grab the puck before it crossed the line.

In the break the army coaches were able to get their charges in the right mood, and in the second period the Muscovites started with a completely different attitude. The game was driven by the pair of CSKA leaders — Kabat and Gimbatov. And that meant that Severstal’s chances of holding the score even became catastrophically low. Already in the second minute of the second period, Kabat scored his second goal, and then Gimbatov organized a puck for Deyev, before finally scoring himself. The army’s push demoralized Severstal. Further on, the Cherepovets team created practically no threats for Dornyanu’s goal. Even in the minority, the CSKA strikers were able to carry out a dangerous attack, ending with a hit to the crossbar. Before the end of the second period Grigoryev and Suniyev carried out another two goals on the Cherepovets net.

At the end of the game the “army” team slowed down their speed, but it didn’t end without further goals. In response to another goal by Gimbatov (who is one of the candidates for Player of the Tournament in the Gazprom Neft Cup’s West Group), the Cherepovets team answered with a goal by Iyin. CSKA brought the game to a close with victory and went through to the tournament semi-finals.