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GDT: September 23 | Dinamo Riga - Torpedo | Slovan - Dynamo Moscow | Lev - Ak Bars

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09-22-2013, 04:30 PM
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GDT: September 23 | Dinamo Riga - Torpedo | Slovan - Dynamo Moscow | Lev - Ak Bars

KHL 2013/2014 Regular Season


September 23 Game Day

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Dinamo Riga vs Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod

September 23, 2013
20:30 MSK | 18:30 CET



Arena Riga (10 300), Riga

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Slovan Bratislava vs Dynamo Moscow

September 23, 2013
21:00 MSK | 19:00 CET



Slovnaft Arena (10450), Bratislava

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KHL.RU; onhockey.ru

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Lev Prague vs Ak Bars Kazan

September 23, 2013
21:00 MSK | 19:00 CET



Tipsport Arena (13160), Prague

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3 pointers Lev, Dynamo and Torpedo.

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09-23-2013, 07:02 AM
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I predict 3 points for Riga, and only 1 point for Lev. I also predict 0 points for Slovan tonight, although I'd love to be wrong on that.

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Torpedo, Ak Bars and Slovan (home team must win too :-D).

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Hope Riga can keep winning. Also would love to see Lev win Ak Bars and Slovan win Dynamo.

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Lev - Ak Bars is a nice game

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This is one of the few matches I saw from Slovan this year so far. They look pretty dangerous in every attack. Hard to believe they had the worst offense before the game and only 9 goals.

The refereeing is really terrible. Seems some of the Slovan guys have a point. I don't know why but Slovan guys get called very easily while for example Dynamo can do what they want. Jalasvaara jumps into Bartovic with both legs first and checks him into the boards and when Bartovic tries to stand up he holds him with both his legs down to the ice but referees let the play continue and Dynamo almost scores... In another situation one of the Slovan forwards had a break away and a defender stopped him by clear holding but again no penalty...

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Russian referees are awful in Prague.

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Russian referees are awful in Prague.
In Bratislava too - okay one of them is a Fin - because they allow Dynamo many dangerous checks from behind and what not... in other games you see plenty of boarding penalties for this.

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Where is the delay of game penalty for the Slovak janitor?

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Slovan 3-4 Dynamo despite leading 3-1 after 40 min.

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Where is the delay of game penalty for the Slovak janitor?
They played some comedy songs and the fans were all laughing.

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A little gift from Riga - this is what they call 2min for boarding in the KHL.

http://video.khl.ru/quotes/112457

Before this play, doctors were worried whether Szczechura's nose isn't broken and also Kuzmenkovs left the game bleeding. Obviously, neither the broadcast nor referees managed to capture what happened to them.

With regards to the game, it was a nice comeback, but you can't expect not to lose a goal while being half-asleep for the whole second part of the third period.

In fact, penalty on Upītis changed the fate of the game - Riga was the better team early in the period, but stopped playing while still on the powerplay.

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They played some comedy songs and the fans were all laughing.

Yeah, I know. It was funny. But that little break only seemed to have helped Dynamo. 2 goals now.

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Slovan choked hard

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Slovan fans chanting Russian ******...

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Yeah, I know. It was funny. But that little break only seemed to have helped Dynamo. 2 goals now.
I'd rather say the break didn't stop the bleeding! Don't forget the previous Dynamo double and the timeout! Man, Slovan looked so well... and they finally started scoring... just to throw the game away with 4 goals against in less than 10 minutes.

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Zarubezhie Russia 0:3.

A quite typical mental collapse by Slovan... allow 4 goals in 7.5 minutes of final period...

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A little gift from Riga - this is what they call 2min for boarding in the KHL.

http://video.khl.ru/quotes/112457

http://video.khl.ru/events/69229
This one was weird as well. Did #95 simply get the "check to the head/neck" call because he fell on the guy?

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-dWHHBUbW8

Nice to hear this funky old Latvian classic ''Just don't step on Skudra (''skudra'' = ''ant'' in Latvian)'' in arena today.... Unfortunately the players took this warning seriously

Also nice to hear a Latvian language dominated press conference in an international league after the game

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They played some comedy songs and the fans were all laughing.
Those comedy songs weren't coincidental. They are from old Czech cartoon called "Pat a Mat"

If you watch this I think you can get why everyone was laughing

www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJ9slbo9HF4

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Those comedy songs weren't coincidental. They are from old Czech cartoon called "Pat a Mat"

If you watch this I think you can get why everyone was laughing

www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJ9slbo9HF4
It's the Slovak cartoon actually.

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That was hilarious. There should be a thread about music (and their context) in the KHL. I'm always interested to hear about stuff like that.

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It's the Slovak cartoon actually.
It's not. It's a Czech cartoon, and the composer of the famous tune is Petr Skoumal:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_%26_Mat
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petr_Skoumal

PS: You can read in the Wikipedia article why the Czech creators were forced to release the cartoon officially from Slovakia under the Communist regime.


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Thanks for the video link. With this context its even a lot funnier.

I think it's quite interesting what kind of songs they play in arenas. There are huge differences from club to club. For example I just love the music at Dinamo Minsk games. They often play Sum 41, The Offspring etc a lot of pop punk/punk rock.

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