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Hammered Washers

Klochkov (Tetin) 1:0 5′44″ 1:0
Klochkov (Tetin)
Filin (Perov) 2:0 10′01″ 2:0
Filin (Perov)
Guryanov (Legkov, Filin) 3:0 39′45″ 3:0
Guryanov (Legkov, Filin)
44′29″ 3:1 Kuzyakin (Miroshnichenko, Tochilkin)
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
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

Hammered Washers

Klochkov (Tetin) 1:0 5′44″ 1:0
Klochkov (Tetin)
Filin (Perov) 2:0 10′01″ 2:0
Filin (Perov)
Guryanov (Legkov, Filin) 3:0 39′45″ 3:0
Guryanov (Legkov, Filin)
44′29″ 3:1 Kuzyakin (Miroshnichenko, Tochilkin)

Penalty

About

After a short but extremely packed tournament, the best teams in the West Group made it to the final. The game at the arena that hosts the home games for the newly-crowned holders of the Gagarin Cup was a big event for the young players from Dynamo and Vityaz. After victory over CSKA, the white-and-blues were seen as the favourites in the deciding game. But Vityaz has one of the strongest players in Russia in his age group, Ivan Miroshnichenko, who could single-handedly break the opposition. The Dynamo coaching team made no secret of the fact that they didn’t have any particular plan to neutralize Miroshnichenko — it’s not traditional for the Muscovites to place that much emphasis on one opponent’s player, even if he is very strong.

The beginning of the game completely lived up to its status. It was a pitched fight on every part of the rink, but there weren’t a lot of goal moments. The Dynamo team used their chance first — after a few putbacks, Makar Klochkov managed to get it in the net from close up. The second goal was more dynamic, but still in a “Dynamo-style” — a shot and the quick game making the score 2:0. Taking into account the Muscovites’ strength, they pulled out a serious lead, and Vityaz needed to take corrective measures immediately.

The second period was even more closed. Dynamo demonstrated their discipline, of an unusual level for a team of such young players. Moreover, the Moscow boys twice held the majority, but even during a 5-on-4 play they were careful, and it’s only logical that the score remained unchanged up until the second break.

In the third period there were no obvious changes. Vityaz tried to attack, but got stuck in the white-and-blue defence. And with five minutes before the end, it all became quite clear — the Dynamo boys scored a third goal (on a putback)! Vityaz managed to score an honour goal in the last minute. Dynamo earned their place as winner of the West Group in the 2015 Gazprom Neft Cup, demonstrating the most modern and effective hockey.