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Just home wins in the EBEL on Friday



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Samstag, 07.Oktober 2017 - 6:14 - On Friday unbeaten leader Vienna Capitals earned the only road win defeating HC Orli Znojmo 4:3. It was their 8th successive win - the best Erste Bank Eishockey Liga season start ever. While Graz also extended their winning streak, Fehervar AV19, Innsbruck, Villach and KHL Medvescak Zagreb got back to winning ways. The Croats also announced the signing of Samson Mahbod, who scored his debut goal against Klagenfurt.

The game Fehervar against Dornbirn started with Reid’s chance and in the following 2 minutes, the game went on on Dornbirn’s end. In the 4th minute, the guests got in the lead, though, Neubacher scored after a rebound from Pance. Music and Krisztián Szabó missed a chance right after the goal, and the next minutes went on without any opportunities, which was followed by the first penalty of the game and although Fehervar played well five on four, they didn’t score. Right after playing full strength, Hari had to sit in the penalty box and Fehervar’s penalty killing worked well, the guests couldn’t make any shots. The last minutes of the period brought many chances on Fehervar’s side, the biggest of which was Luttinen’s pass to Hari but the forward missed.

The first five minutes of the second period went on uneventful, eventually Reisz missed a big chance and Rajna saved Timmins’ shot on the other end. Music missed, and Conelly and Wolf fouled but neither powerplay opportunities were used by the Hungarians. Vidmar and Uotila shot from the blue line, yet the puck didn’t go in the net. Just as in the first period, Fehervar was the better team on ice at the end of the period, after a missed chance of Vidmar, Luttinen Vincze and Hári it was finally Luttinen to score and he tied the game 2 minutes before the end of the period. The LoVecchio-Latendresse-Erdely trio seemed unstoppable at the beginning of the third period, Dornbirn struggled to get the puck out of their zone. After that, the game became balanced, both goalies had to save some shots. The biggest chance was missed by Grabher-Meier, then in the middle of the period Hari missed another opportunity. 5 minutes before the end of the game, Quemener saved again but a minute later he didn’t have a chance as Luttinen scored another rebound. For the remaining time Fehervar had the puck, and Dave MacQueen pulled his goalie for the last 2 minutes and the guest tried everything to tie the game. Finally, Fehervar won the game thanks to their defense and Miklos Rajna’s saves.

Fantastic MacIntyre and Bears tops KAC
Three game home stand started perfectly for Medvescak. Croatian team celebrated victory against KAC (4-1). Hockey once again proven to be game of momentum. Visitors could have got solid lead by half hour mark, but fantastic goalie Drew MacIntyre kept hosts in the game. Only once had to get puck from the net. Just after Medvescak penalty expired, Neal assisted Rheault at the top of the slot and home netminder capitulated in 10th minute. Rest of the opening period stayed scoreless, Zanoski for Bears and Fischer for guests were closest to scoring.

Second period KAC started a lot faster than hosts. They dominated on ice but this was MacIntryre’s night. Twice he robbed Jamie Lundmark. Most experienced KAC forward was left alone twice in front of the net, but Medvescak goalie showed perfect positioning and reflexes. Rheault got even better chance, penalty shot at 27th minute, but his shot ended in goalies glove. Just after 30. Minute mark, shots were 14-5 in favor of KAC in second period. Medvescak made them pay for all the missed chances. Debutant in the EBEL, Samson Mahbod scored in his first game after return to Dom sportova. Canadian was quickest to react in the crease and tied the game. Just minute later (35.) fans were celebrating again. Aviani’s line finished the fore-check and pushed Marco Richter to make a mistake. He lost a puck behind the net, Aviani easily skated to the net and surprised Madlener in the net. It was also his first goal of the season.

Last period started with troubles with ice. Just after few minutes of game, players were sent to the locker rooms. Ice in front of the home team box needed some preparations and game was paused for almost 20 minutes. After the unexpected break, only hosts continued to score. Tomas Netik found empty space in front of the crease and Koskiranta found him with a perfect pass. Only a tip-in was enough to score. Two minutes later Czech legionnaire returned the favor. He got the assist on the Poyhonen goal. Less than 10 minutes were left on the scoreboard. Enough for a comeback, but maybe in some other occasion. KAC missed their chances earlier in the game and probably some players also had ‘heavy legs’ after a big win over ZSC in Champions Hockey League. Things ended even worse for them, Saso Rajsar scored fifth goal of the night in closing minutes.

Caps with last minute win in Znojmo
Just 21 seconds into the game, reigning champions took the lead when Riley Holzapfel burst down the right wing and scored with a quick wristshot. The same player could increase the lead midway through the first period when he missed a cross pass at the far post. Znojmo had a chance of their own as Novak´s shot was parried by Max Zimmermann, starting in the net for Capitals. Eventually Vienna converted their pressure into second goal, netted again by Holzapfel, this time as a rebound from close range. Znojmo came back soon after the break when Radek Cip was set up at the slot by Nemec and fired in a quick shot past Zimmermann. Eagles then took control of the game and put opponent under pressure, but could not find another goal, even on powerplays. And Capitals took revenge in the final minute when Ryan McKiernan scored from the point 17 seconds before intermission. Once the game looked settled for Capitals, Znojmo stroke twice in a single minute. Mrazek fired home after a faceoff and Cip then scored his second of the game with a rebound. Suddenly the game burst into life and was played in a spectacular fashion in front of the full arena. The decision came in the final minute. A powerplay for Vienna resulted in the winning goal scored by McKiernan from the right crease.

99ers beat Salzburg
After a goalless first period the 99ers took the lead with Ken Ograjensek using a mistake in the Salzburg defense. It took the Red Bulls just a couple of minutes to turn the game around: First Alexander Pallestrang tied it at one and then Thomas Raffl scored a shorthanded marker. On the same power play Daniel Oberkofler equalized and the score was also tied after two periods. In the third Graz captain Oliver Setzinger became the hero, deciding the game with four minutes to go for a 3:2 home win.

Innsbruck gets another home win against Linz
Innsbruck had the better of the play early in the game but Linz goalie had some great stops for a goalless score after 20 minutes. The Black Wings became stronger in the middle frame but also HCI netminder Patrik Nechvatal did a great job. With three minutes to go in the second Sacha Guimond made the breakthrough on a wraparound. In the third the hosts tried to hit Linz on the break and it worked when Tyler Spurgeon extended the lead off a Lammers pass. Andrew Yogan made the preliminary decision and Fabio Schramm rounded off the scoring - 4:0. It was Innsbruck's fifth home win this season.

Villach ends losing streak with shootout win against Bolzano
Bolzano got off a better start with Mike Halmo opening the scoring after three minutes on power play. Soon later Villach's goalie David Kickert made a great save on Halmo to avoid a higher deficit. With four minutes to go in the first the hosts tied the game when Leiler put a rebound home. After the restart Monardo restored Bolzano's lead with another pp goal. This time the foxes pressed for another one and were rewarded soon: top scorer Smith put his colours 3:1 up. At the halfway point of the game Flick reduced the deficit and then Leiler equalized with his second of the night - 2:2 after two periods. In the third Hickmott scored Villach's first lead and it looked like the blue shirts could end their four-game losing streak. Withtwo minutes to go Bolzano coach Curcio took his time out and Petan sent the game to overtime. With no goals in the extra session, Hickmott became the hero in the shootout for a 5:4 VSV win.

Erste Bank Eishockey Liga, Round 9
Fr, 6.10.2017: HC Orli Znojmo - Vienna Capitals 3:4 (0:2, 1:1, 2:1)
Referees: FICHTNER, LEMELIN, Gatol, Nemeth; 3.704 spectators
Goals Znojmo: Cip (22., 49.), Mrazek (49.)
Goals Capitals: Holzapfel (1., 17.), McKiernan (40., 60./PP)

Fr, 6.10.2017: Fehérvár AV19 - Dornbirn Bulldogs 2-1 (0-1, 1-0, 1-0)
Referees: SMETANA, ZRNIC, Soos, Zgonc; 2.965 spectators
Goals AVS:: Luttinen (38./PP1, 56.)
Goal DEC: Neubauer (4.)

Fr, 6.10.2017: Moser Medical Graz99ers – EC Red Bull Salzburg 3:2 (0:0, 2:2, 1:0)
Referees: KINCSES, SIEGEL, Ettlmayr, Nagy; 2.311 spectators
Goals 99ers: Ograjensek (35.), Oberkofler (39./pp), Setzinger (57.)
Goals Salzburg: Pallestrang (37.), Raffl (38./sh)

Fr, 6.10.2017: KHL Medvescak Zagreb- EC-KAC 5:1 (0:1, 2:0, 3:0)
Referees: BULOVEC, PIRAGIC, Hribar, Pagon; 4.923 spectators
Goals Zagreb: Mahbod (34.), Aviani (35.), Netik (49.), Poyhonen (51.), Rajsar (59.)
Goal KAC: Rheault (10.)

Fr, 6.10.2017: HC TWK Innsbruck – Black Wings Linz 4:0 (0:0, 1:0, 3:0)
Referees: BALUSKA, BERNEKER, Pardatscher, Sparer; 2.000 spectators
Goals: Guimond (37.), Spurgeon (46.), Yogan (54.), Schramm (55.).

Fr, 6.10.2017: EC VSV – HCB Südtirol Alperia 5:4 (1:1 – 2:2 – 1:1 – 0:0)
Referees: KELLNER, M. NIKOLIC, Kontschieder, Seewald; 2.469 spectators
Goals VSV: 15:58 Valentin Leiler (1:1) - 29:09 PP1 Robert Flick (2:3) – 33:55 Valentin Leiler (3:3) – 45:28 PP1 Jordan Hickmott (4:3) – 65:00 PS Jordan Hickmott (5:4)
Goals Bozen: 03:25 PP1 Mike Halmo (0:1) – 22:29 PP1 Domenic Monardo (1:2) – 25:58 PP1 Austin Smith (1:3) – 58:16 Alex Petan (4:4)

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