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09-06-2013, 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Vicente View Post
Avangard looked very strong during the first 15 minutes and really earned their lead with hard work. Then Tikhonov scored out of the blue and made it 1-1 before three fast goals in the second period decided everythng for SKA. Off course Avangard had a couple of chances here and there but even in multiple power plays they were not able to really get Nalimov into trouble anymore. I have to say that SKA lacked a little discipline. Other teams would have easily punished them for all the stupid penalties. In the last 20 minutes it was just like a training session with SKA not doing more than they had to.
It was disappointing to see that they continue to pick redundant penalties even without Fedorov and Artyukhin.

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