2
 
0

BWL vs.VSV

5
 
2

BWL vs.DEC

5
 
6

KAC vs.HCI

1
 
4

VSV vs.RBS

9
 
3

MZA vs.HCI

2
 
3

HCB vs.VIC

3
 
1

G99 vs.ZNO

0
 
3

AVS vs.KAC

0
 
0

DEC vs.AVS

0
 
0

RBS vs.AVS

0
 
0

VIC vs.HCB

0
 
0

VSV vs.BWL

0
 
0

VIC vs.MZA

0
 
0

HCI vs.KAC

0
 
0

DEC vs.G99

0
 
0

ZNO vs.HCB

29.09.2017, Merkur Eisarena, Graz, AUT, EBEL, Moser Medical Graz 99ers vs HCB Suedtirol Alperia, 7. Runde, im Bild von links Jonathan Carlsson (#25, Moser Medical Graz 99ers), Matt Tomassoni (#27, HCB Suedtirol Alperia) und Marcel Melichercik (#92, HCB Suedtirol Alperia) // during the Erste Bank Icehockey League 7th round match between Moser Medical Graz 99ers and HCB Suedtirol Alperia at the Merkur Ice Arena, Graz, Austria on 2017/09/29, EXPA Pictures © 2017, PhotoCredit: EXPA/ Erwin Scheriau EXPA/ Erwin Scheriau

Spectacular Friday matches in the EBEL



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Samstag, 30.September 2017 - 6:57 - On Friday the three home teams decided one-goal games to their favour with Graz getting a big comeback win against Bolzano. The 99ers scored three goals in the final minutes and decided the season's first shootout in a 8:7 win to their favour. Thanks to a Ales Music brace Fehervar beat Salzburg and Dornbirn returned to winning ways with a 4:3 victory over Villach.

The game started with chances on Fehervar’s side and a penalty on Salzburg’s side. Just 30 seconds into the game Luttinen missed a chance, however, Duncan fouled, but Fehervar didn’t use the powerplay. Rajna had to save in the 4th minute for the first time, Mueller missed. Seconds later Fehervar had another five-on-four chance, without opportunities. 5 minutes before the end of the period, Szita had to sit in the penalty box, yet Salzburg was not more successful than the home team. Still with one player out, Luttinen stole a puck and LoVecchio shot from a wrap-around. The refs used the video goal judge to decide whether it was a goal and in the end, it turned out to be another Gracnar save. Before the end of the period, Hughes and Raffl attacked, the latter hit the post, so no goal was scored in the first period. The second period started with a Salzburg penalty. Mueller hit Jyrkkiö in the face that is why he got 2+2 minutes penalty. Fehervar pushed hard for the goal, the game went constantly on Salzburg’s end. Gracnar made great saves in the penalty kill but he couldn’t help either in the 27th minute when Music got the puck in the corner and shot from close into the net. The Hungarians gained momentum from the goal Luttinen tried to score twice, then Vincze hit the post from Latendresse’s pass. Salzburg was only dangerous on powerplay, Harty got 2 minutes, Heinrich and Aleardi tried to score. Five on five, LoVecchio, Vincze and Reisz could have doubled the lead for Fehervar. Salzburg set the pace at the beginning of the third period, but Fehervar remained dangerous as well. Kocsis passed to Music but Gracnar saved in the 45th minute. Raffl used a mistake of the Hungarian defense but Rajna saved and on the counter attack Reisz missed. In the middle of the period Trattnig fouled and Fehervar finally used the powerplay well, Luttinen passed from behind the net to Music who didn’t miss. After the goal, Salzburg was the better team on ice, the game became faster and the Austrians had every chance to score their first goal but the Hungarians defended their net well. Two minutes before the end of the game Greg Poss pulled his goalie and the guests used this opportunity one and a half minutes left in the third period. For the last seconds Fehervar had the puck and they won the game well-deserved.

Dornbirn ends losing streak
With former DEC captain leading Villach, the visitors took the lead halfway through the first by Miha Verlic. Soon after the hosts took over command and Brodie Reid tied it at one with a power play goal. Even before the first intermission Dornbirn turned the game around with a Matt Fraser goal. After the restart Dominic Haberl used a mistake by VSV netminder David Kickert for a 3:1 score. The Carinthians equalized within five minutes, though. After Ryan Glenn pulled one bakc on power play, it was Patrick Platzer who made it 3:3. Late in the middle frame Scott Timmins restored Dornbirn's lead with a man advantage. Villach took high risk in the third but no more goals were scored.

Big comeback win for Graz Oliver Setzinger opened the goal fest after only two minutes on power play. The 99ers were the better team in the first but were trailing after 20 minutes. First Christopher DeSousa tied the game and late i nthe period Bolzano finished two breaks in style. Early in the second Kurtis McLean received a game penalty after a check to the head. With Daniel Oberkofler also entering the penalty box, Alex Petan added a fourth with a two men advantage. And still on power play, Chris Carlisle put the foxes 5:1 up. Graz did not refuse, though. Clemens Unterweger and Evan Brophey pulled two back before the intermission. Early in the third Jonathan Carlsson made it a one-goal game but with Graz having the momentum, Bolzano scored twice. Austin Smith and Petan scored for a 7:4 visitors lead. Two goals by Brophey and Daniel Oberkofler brought tension back and with six seconds to go Justin Buzzeo forced overtime. With no goals in the extra season, the first shutout of the season had to decide. With goals by Daniel Woger and Oberkofler Graz earned the bonus point in this season's game with most goals.

Erste Bank Eishockey Liga, 29.09.2017:
Fehervar AV 19 – EC Red Bull Salzburg 2:1 (0:0, 1:0, 1:1)
Referees: FICHTNER, GRUBER, Gatol, Hribar; 2.748 spectators
Goals Fehervar: Music (27., 53./pp)
Goal Salzburg: Raymond (59.)

Dornbirn Bulldogs – EC VSV 4:3 (2:1; 2:2; 0:0)
Referees: BABIC, LEMELIN, Nemeth, Soos; 2.084 spectators
Goals DEC: 1:1 Reid (14./pp1), 2:1 Fraser (18.), 3:1 Haberl (24.), 4:3 Timmins (37./pp1)
Goals VSV: 0:1 Verlic (10.), 3:2 Glenn (29./pp1), 3:3 Platzer (34.)

Moser Medical Graz99ers - HCB Südtirol Alperia 8:7 n.P. (1:3, 2:2; 4:2, 0:0, 1:0)
Referees: FICHTNER, GRUBER, Gatol, Hribar; 1.793 spectators
Goals Graz: Setzinger (3./pp), Unterweger (37./pp), Brophey (39., 56.), Carlsson (43.) Oberkofler (58./pp), Buzzeo (60.), Woger (65./entsch. Penalty)
Goals Bozen: DeSousa (12.), Smith (20., 53.), Halmo (20.), Petan (24./pp2, 54.), Carlisle (26./pp)

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