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21 April 2016, 18:30
5 – 2
1:0 3:0 1:2
Referee: Yegor Kuzmin, Yegor Korobeinikov, Ivan Cherkashin

Hammered Washers

Belyakov (Shumilov, Shablov) 1:0 1′11″ 1:0
Belyakov (Shumilov, Shablov)
Rakhmatullin (Grigoryan) sh 2:0 16′14″ 2:0
Rakhmatullin (Grigoryan) sh
Nevmyatullin 3:0 20′26″ 3:0
Nevmyatullin
Zakharov (Volgin) pp 4:0 24′53″ 4:0
Zakharov (Volgin) pp
36′48″ 4:1 Jalaskoski
37′34″ 4:2 Lindbohm (Hjakkinen)
Shumilov 5:2 38′30″ 5:2
Shumilov
Andryushin Denis
Andryushin Denis
Bazanchuk Grigoriy
Bazanchuk Grigoriy
Belyakov Pavel
Belyakov Pavel
Bykov Artyom
Bykov Artyom
Erin Matvey
Erin Matvey
Grigoryan Artyom
Grigoryan Artyom
Malkov Artyom
Malkov Artyom
Moroz Viktor
Moroz Viktor
Nevmyatullin Timur
Nevmyatullin Timur
Nikulshin Nikolay
Nikulshin Nikolay
Potapov Kirill
Potapov Kirill
Rakhmatulin Damir
Rakhmatulin Damir
Sevostyanov Christian
Sevostyanov Christian
Shablov Andrey
Shablov Andrey
Shaposhnikov Mikhail
Shaposhnikov Mikhail
Shchurenko Igor
Shchurenko Igor
Shumilov Dmitriy
Shumilov Dmitriy
Vakulin Matvey
Vakulin Matvey
Volgin Andrey
Volgin Andrey
Zakharov Vladimir
Zakharov Vladimir
Ahlroos Rasmus
Ahlroos Rasmus
Bäckman Kaapo
Bäckman Kaapo
Ben-Amor Sebastian
Ben-Amor Sebastian
Chukwuemeka Noel
Chukwuemeka Noel
Eklund Aapo
Eklund Aapo
Häkkinen Teemu
Häkkinen Teemu
Halme Edvin
Halme Edvin
Hämäläinen Eemeli
Hämäläinen Eemeli
Helevä Väinö
Helevä Väinö
Henriksson Daniel
Henriksson Daniel
Honkanen Jimi
Honkanen Jimi
Jalaskoski Eeli
Jalaskoski Eeli
Joiniemi Ahto
Joiniemi Ahto
Kaiponen Tuomas
Kaiponen Tuomas
Kämäräinen Oliver
Kämäräinen Oliver
Kostilainen Sakari
Kostilainen Sakari
Kostilainen Santeri
Kostilainen Santeri
Kukkonen Veeti
Kukkonen Veeti
Kulonummi Kaapo
Kulonummi Kaapo
Kumen Joel
Kumen Joel
Kuusla Emil
Kuusla Emil
Kyntölä Samu
Kyntölä Samu
Laulajainen Miki
Laulajainen Miki
Lindbohm Patrick
Lindbohm Patrick
Mänd Jeremy
Mänd Jeremy
Marttinen Kalle
Marttinen Kalle
Niemelä Ymmi
Niemelä Ymmi

Hammered Washers

Belyakov (Shumilov, Shablov) 1:0 1′11″ 1:0
Belyakov (Shumilov, Shablov)
Rakhmatullin (Grigoryan) sh 2:0 16′14″ 2:0
Rakhmatullin (Grigoryan) sh
Nevmyatullin 3:0 20′26″ 3:0
Nevmyatullin
Zakharov (Volgin) pp 4:0 24′53″ 4:0
Zakharov (Volgin) pp
36′48″ 4:1 Jalaskoski
37′34″ 4:2 Lindbohm (Hjakkinen)
Shumilov 5:2 38′30″ 5:2
Shumilov

Penalty

About

This game brought together two teams who had taken third place in groups C and D, respectively. But despite that, the teams put on a good game. There was a slight advantage to Spartak at the beginning of the first period. Jokerit created a dangerous moment in front of the opposing goal with the help of a counterattack, although the goalkeepers on both sides worked properly. Buoyed up by their fans, the red-and-whites started playing more confidently, and they scored first — 1:0. It seemed the Finns were not prepared for this situation. The allowed goal ruined the players’ mood and they practically ceased offense, while the Spartak team only needed such an opportunity. True, the Muscovites were also lucky that the ‘Jokers’ didn’t make anything of a 5-on-3 majority.

Beginning the second period already in the minority, the Spartak team managed to score on the opposing goal in the 14th second. The course of the game was now plainly dictated by the players from the Russian capital, and it just fell apart for the Finns. The red-and-whites got closer and closer to the opposing goal, made a lot of shots from both near and far, but they managed finally to score — surprisingly — in a counterattack. Timur Nevmyatullin came with a solo — 3:0. Just a short while later, and the red light was again lit up over the Helsinki goal. 4:0 is the score the teams took to the second break.

It seems that in the break the Jokerit coach found the right words and roused his team. The Finnish players started fighting for every inch of ice and in the middle of the final period they ‘threw ice water’ on their opponents, managing to score twice in just one minute. 4:2, with enough time left to score again. The two allowed goals woke Spartak up and the Muscovites attacked more, shooting until a fifth goal to bring the final score to 5:2!