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26 April 2015, 17:05
3 – 2
1:1 1:0 1:1
Referee: P. Klemantovich, Ye. Kochetov, I. Vereshchagin

Hammered Washers

Paray (Kruzenshtern) 1:0 4′23″ 1:0
Paray (Kruzenshtern)
Miroshnichenko (Tochilkin) 2:0 5′03″ 2:0
Miroshnichenko (Tochilkin)
Miroshnichenko (Aksyonov) 3:0 24′49″ 3:0
Miroshnichenko (Aksyonov)
33′47″ 3:1 Pavlovskiy
Tochilkin (Kuzyakin) 4:1 44′37″ 4:1
Tochilkin (Kuzyakin)
Abakar Anvarbekov
Abakar Anvarbekov
Aleksandr Lukin
Aleksandr Lukin
Aleksandr Siletskiy
Aleksandr Siletskiy
Aleksandr Tochilkin
Aleksandr Tochilkin
Andrey Aksyonov
Andrey Aksyonov
Andrey Kuznetsov
Andrey Kuznetsov
Anton Zyuzin
Anton Zyuzin
Artyom Chugin
Artyom Chugin
Artyom Kadenkov
Artyom Kadenkov
Artyom Kuzyakin
Artyom Kuzyakin
Artyom Lysenko
Artyom Lysenko
Artyom Petrov
Artyom Petrov
Grigoriy Degtyarev
Grigoriy Degtyarev
Ilya Sayutin
Ilya Sayutin
Ivan Miroshnichenko
Ivan Miroshnichenko
Ivan Zadvernyuk
Ivan Zadvernyuk
Mikhail Grigorov
Mikhail Grigorov
Nazar Borovskoy
Nazar Borovskoy
Timofey Protokalistov
Timofey Protokalistov
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

Paray (Kruzenshtern) 1:0 4′23″ 1:0
Paray (Kruzenshtern)
Miroshnichenko (Tochilkin) 2:0 5′03″ 2:0
Miroshnichenko (Tochilkin)
Miroshnichenko (Aksyonov) 3:0 24′49″ 3:0
Miroshnichenko (Aksyonov)
33′47″ 3:1 Pavlovskiy
Tochilkin (Kuzyakin) 4:1 44′37″ 4:1
Tochilkin (Kuzyakin)

Penalty

About

SKA’s defeat in the official opening game put the team in a rather difficult situation. The tournament hosts took second place in their group and met the winner of the D Group, Vityaz — a strong, attacking team with confidence in their own power. But the exit in the quarter final of their home tournament could not be seen as anything other than failure for SKA and they understood that they needed to do absolutely everything to beat the team from the Moscow Region. There hasn’t yet been in the tournament an atmosphere similar to that in the Yubileyny’s small arena today! One got the impression that the game was not between children’s teams, but between the experienced big boys. The referees even had to address the stands and warn the fans not to whistle, because it interfered with the process.

The game itself in the first period went along on a high-speed collision course. The “army” team opened the scoreboard, but soon in his personal style the Vityaz leader Ivan Miroshnichenko scored, one of the clear contenders for the Player of the Tournament title. The first period finished with a 1:1 draw, leaving chances open to both teams of advancing through to the semi-final, and piquing the audience’s interest further. After the break, Vityaz started out-competing their opponent in the fight, and blocking the St Petersburg team into their end. SKA held on, but when the team took a penalty, defence suffered. Constantly harrying his opponents, Miroshnichenko made it into the upper corner with a powerful shot from the middle distance. After that you could hear from the stands calls to put Miroshnichenko on the adult Russian national team.

SKA had 15 minutes of the final period left in which to find some kind of breach in the Podolsk team’s defensive wall. In one episode, Pavel Pavlovsky shot with his non-dominant hand, the puck got caught in the goalie’s pullover, and then fell and slid into the goal — 2:2. And then there was a surprisingly nervy finish with a multitude of penalties, in which Vityaz turned out to be the luckier, finally winning 3:2.