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02-18-2005, 04:48 PM
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stv11
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One game to go in the NLA regular season and it's closer than ever.

In the only meaningless game of the day, Davos beats Lausanne 2-1. ZSC got an easy 9-3 win over Rapperswil, but has not secured the third place yet. Fribourg secured home ice advantage in the relegation serie with a 5-2 win over Langnau.

In the games involving teams fighting for the last playoff spots, Ambrý lost the "nobody can loose this one" game for the second time in a row, 7-0 in Kloten. Geneva failed to secure its place in the top 8 in loosing 3-1 at home against Lugano, while Bern's game in Zug ended in a 2-2 tie.

Current standings :

1. Lugano 63
2. Davos 58
3. ZSC 48
4. Zug 46
5. Rapperswil 45
6. Kloten 43
7. Ambrý 43
8. Geneva 43
9. Bern 42
10. Fribourg 33
11. Langnau 30
12. Lausanne 22

ZSC's Randy Robitaille probably secured the league scoring title with a 5 points performance, while his closest rival, Ambrý's Jean-Guy Trudel, went scoreless and will miss sunday's game. Robitaille has 20 goals and 44 assists in only 35 games, after he missed 8 of the season's first 10 games.

Sunday's games :

Ambrý - Davos
Bern - Kloten
Lausanne - ZSC
Lugano - Fribourg
Rapperswil - Zug
Langnau - Geneva

Ambrý sneak into the playoffs if they don't loose against Davos, or Bern - Kloten end in a tie.
Bern need a win against Kloten, or could get in if they draw and either Ambrý or Geneva loose.
Koten needs not to loose against Bern, or a Geneva loss in Langnau.
Geneva needs one point against Langnau, or a Bern loss against Kloten.

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