National League: The SCB loses classics against the Lions

National League: The SCB loses classics against the Lions
National League: The SCB loses classics against the Lions
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    The Lions win their anniversary game against the SCB.

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    Lions keeper Waeber celebrates a shutout.

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    For the SCB it is the third defeat in a row.

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    The Lakers wrestle Geneva in extra time.

ZSC Lions – SC Bern 3:0 (1:0, 0:0, 2:0)

The gamel –This defeat cannot be glossed over at SC Bern. Even if the style notes clearly speak for the SCB and the odds are almost grotesque. Commitment? Clean. Only sometimes a bit too playful, even if the well-timed short-pass garlands often cause problems for the people of Zurich.

It is only up to the evaluation of the chances. Already in the sixth minute Gaetan Haas fails in front of ZSC goalie Ludovic Waeber. The 24-year-old goalie No. 1b achieved another fabulous performance. Last year in Friborg, Waeber had already proven to be a performance enhancer for the nominally first goalkeeper (Reto Berra) at the beginning of the season. In Zurich, Lukas Flüeler only has to accept this steep pass.

The people of Zurich, dressed in stylish retro dresses for their 90th anniversary, complain of a deficit in the attack zone for the entire duration of the game (with the exception of power play). However, they use the few Bernese mistakes mercilessly. A bit of confusion before the 1-0, a playback error (Scherwey) before the 2-0. That’s enough.

The alleged Bern equalizer in the middle of the game is exposed as an offside hit by the video images. Top scorer Praplan had (unnecessarily) stolen too early into the attacking third. One thing is clear.

ZSC mit Coaches Challenge: Praplan offside costs SCB the equalization at 1: 1(01:12)

When the Bernese start the final phase at full throttle, the Zurich team remain calm but focused at the 2-0 score. Communication problems are not to be found despite the somewhat strange-looking Plexi partitions on the players bench. Even in the last excitement, Roe and Hollenstein found common ground – 3-0. You could almost feel sorry for the Bernese.

The best – Waeber (Zurich). Always stay up to date, always in the center of the action. Great against Haas.

The plum – Scherwey (Bern). Playback errors before the 2-0 sealed the defeat.

The goals – 3rd Prassl (Simic, Marti) 1-0. 45. Geering (P. Baltisberger) 2-0. 60. Hollenstein (Roe, Pedretti) 3-0 (into the empty goal).

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Zug – Lausanne 0: 3 (0: 1, 0: 1, 0: 1)

The game – The EVZ was the only team with a flawless record. Exactly, past tense. Because against Lausanne, Zug does not make up for the deficit as quickly as in the last game against Bern and receive their first defeat of the season.

With their clever positional play, the French-speaking Swiss do not prevent the Zug pass relay, but they can hardly fire their shots without an opponent interfering with them. The way to Tobias Stephan’s gate is tight. And he holds tight himself.

Lausanne’s passivity naturally increases after the 2-0 lead. Before that, the French-speaking Swiss use the opportunities that arise. The first hit is a distraction from Emmertons, the early decisive goal comes in the power play (only the refs know why Kovar’s Schupfer was punished with a ten).

Duel on the gang: For this, Zug-Kovar has to be in the penalty box for 12 minutes(00:43)

In the majority, Lausanne’s newcomer Charles Hudon (26, from Montréal) cuts a fine figure. The Canadian traveled to Switzerland last Saturday even though the contract wasn’t even signed. But the striker is thinking: Because Hudon still arrived on Sunday, he bypasses the quarantine that was required from Monday.

The best – Charles Hudon (Lausanne): One assist and one goal in the debut, the Canadian has already fitted in well with the team.

The plum – Lino Martschini (Zug): As soon as his favorite final positions are filled by the opponents, he has no influence on the game.

The goals – 19. Emmerton (Grossmann, Kenins) 0: 1. 22. Gibbons (Hudon / PP) 0: 2. 59 Hudon (into the empty goal) 0: 3.

You can read the game here in the ticker!

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SCL Tigers – Ambri-Piotta 3:2 n.V. (0:0, 1:2, 1:0, 1:0)

The game – The SCL Tigers get their first victory in the fourth game. Erik Brännström, the Ottawa Senators’ NHL guest, who made his debut on Thursday in the 1: 8 swatter in Geneva with penalties, scored the decisive goal eleven seconds before the penalty shootout. The Emmental are still behind with 64 seconds to go!

In the second third, Ambri strikes twice within 91 seconds. First Michael meets Fora in the majority. Then twice after Julius Nättinen. The Finnish top scorer (33 goals, 22 assists for JYP Jyväskylä), who missed the first four games due to a torn muscle in the groin area, grabs the disc in his own third, refuels against Tiger Tim Grossniklaus – and finally uses his rebound .

Against SCL Tigers: This is how Ambri-Nättinen meets on his debut(00:47)

But as in the first home game against Biel, when the Emmental team equalized 70 seconds before the end, Langnau fought back this time. Two stupid punishments deprive Ambri of what he deserves.

Three minutes before the end, the Leventines get a penalty for having too many players on the ice. Robbie Earl equalized without a goalkeeper and with six against four field players. Brännström scored the winning goal while Matt D’Agostini was in the penalty box. The Ambri top scorer had previously lost his helmet in a duel with Tiger-Blaser, but continued to play.

The best – Gianluca Zaetta (SCL Tigers): The goalie, who conceded 17 goals in the first three games, shows his strongest performance of the season and prevents the 3-1 with a huge parade against Flynn.

The plum – Matt D’Agostini (Ambri): The top scorer has received a penalty for incorrect equipment. Game over!

The goals – 23. Andersons (Schilt, Kuonen) 1: 0. 36. Fora (PP) 1: 1. 38. Spectacular (Dal Pian) 1: 2. 59. Earl 2: 2. 65. Brännström (Earl / PP) 3: 2.

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Rapperswil-Jona Lakers – Geneva 2: 1 nV (0: 0, 0: 1, 1: 0, 1: 0)

The goals: 25. Smirnovs (Fehr, Omark) 0: 1, 43. Jelovac (Sobotka) 1: 1, 61. Cervenka (Egli, Clark) 2: 1.

Servette bottomed: Cervenka shoots Lakers to victory in overtime(01:02)

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