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Hammered Washers

Tsevalyuk (Tolstov) 1:0 1′21″ 1:0
Tsevalyuk (Tolstov)
Veselov (Ilyin, Shilov) 2:0 6′45″ 2:0
Veselov (Ilyin, Shilov)
Aksenovsky (Kopyltsov) 3:0 18′04″ 3:0
Aksenovsky (Kopyltsov)
22′41″ 3:1 Kruzenshtern
Veselov (Ilyin, Maryshev) 4:1 30′27″ 4:1
Veselov (Ilyin, Maryshev)
Veselov (Shilov, Ilyin) 5:1 34′22″ 5:1
Veselov (Shilov, Ilyin)
37′40″ 5:2 Pavlovskiy
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
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

Tsevalyuk (Tolstov) 1:0 1′21″ 1:0
Tsevalyuk (Tolstov)
Veselov (Ilyin, Shilov) 2:0 6′45″ 2:0
Veselov (Ilyin, Shilov)
Aksenovsky (Kopyltsov) 3:0 18′04″ 3:0
Aksenovsky (Kopyltsov)
22′41″ 3:1 Kruzenshtern
Veselov (Ilyin, Maryshev) 4:1 30′27″ 4:1
Veselov (Ilyin, Maryshev)
Veselov (Shilov, Ilyin) 5:1 34′22″ 5:1
Veselov (Shilov, Ilyin)
37′40″ 5:2 Pavlovskiy

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About

The game for fifth place turned into a North-west derby between Severstal and SKA. After exchanging goals in the opening, the Cherepovets team took the game advantage. This was not surprising, since in the last part of the first period the “army” team played in the minority. The St Petersburg team should be grateful to their goalie Artyom Shlyakov for the fact that Severstal didn’t score a single goal in this period.

It makes sense that in the breaks, the Severstal mentors were asking their charges to realize their moments, and the SKA coaches asked their team to stop getting penalties and to score if possible. In the second period, both teams fulfilled their missions — the “army” team stopped breaking the rules, and Severstal realized their first moment. And then lost their captain for a long time, after he received a disciplinary penalty. In his absence, SKA evened up the score. Ivan Kruzenshtern with his speed made it up to the Severstal goal and put the puck in the net under the crossbar — 2:2 before the final period.

Just 27 seconds into play in the third period Viktor Veselov got a combination from his partners and took the Cherepovets team ahead — 3:2. After this they started attacking more viciously, in order to decisively close the game in their favour. And the “steelworkers” managed it. Grabbing the puck in the other end, they sent Viktor Veselov to shoot again and he managed as he fell to light up the red lights over the SKA goal and get a hat-trick.

The rink hosts didn’t give up, they started shooting more, and Pavel Pavlovsky with six minutes to go to the end of ordinary time gave his team hope — 3:4. The end of the game brought “army” attacks, but none of them could score in time. After the final siren the Cherepovets team, having made it to the fifth place, piled on top of one another in front of their goal.