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SM-liiga scores 2010-11 (general talk)

The season started yesterday, six games in total

HIFK-Jokerit 5-3 (1-0,4-2,0-1)
H: Mikael Granlund 2+1, Teemu Ramstedt 1+1, Jerry Ahtola, Martti Järventie 1+1, Mikko Kousa 0+2, Ville Peltonen 0+2. Jan Lundell 26 saves
J: Ben Eaves, Jan-Mikael Juutilainen, Jeremy Dehner 1+1. Mika Järvinen 19 saves

Ilves-Tappara 1-5 (0-2,1-3,0-0)
I: Antti Bruun, Toni Rajala 0+1. Jani Hurme 13 saves (5 goals allowed), Sami Aittokallio 2 saves (0 goals allowed)
T: Tuukka Mäntylä, Niclas Lucenius 1+1, Juha Leimu, Nestori Lähde, Antti Kangasniemi, Samu Vilkman 0+2. Jani Nieminen 26 saves

KalPa-JYP 3-2 SO (2-1,0-0,0-1)
K: Timo Salo, Kalle Kerman (+shootout winner), Tommi Miettinen 0+2. Ari Ahonen 28 saves.
J: Antti Pihlström 1+1, Kalle Koskinen, Sami Vatanen 0+1. Joni Myllykoski 15 saves

Kärpät-SaiPa 1-2 (0-0,1-1,0-1)
K: Kristian Kuusela. Petri Koivisto 30 saves
S: Tero Koskiranta, Scott Barney 1+1. Jere Myllyniemi 27 saves

Lukko-Ässät 2-3 (0-1,2-2,0-0)
L: Perttu Lindgren, Teemu Aalto. Miika Wiikman 27 saves
Ä: Patrick Yetman, Pasi Salonen, Matti Kuparinen 1+1. Eero Kilpeläinen 29 saves.

TPS-HPK 5-4 SO (1-2,1-0,2-2)
T: Antti Erkinjuntti, Mario Valery-Trabucco, Jarkko Hattunen, Janne Hauhtonen, Tomas Plihal (shootout). Atte Engren 32 saves.
H: Jukka Laamanen, Juuso Puustinen 1+1, Niko Nieminen, Ville Viitaluoma 1+1, Kaspars Saulietis 0+2. Teemu Lassila 26 saves.

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Blues-HIFK 0-2 (0-0,0-0,0-2)
B: Iiro Tarkki 22 saves
H: Jerry Ahtola (58.35), Lennart Petrell (59.12 EN). Jan Lundell 33 saves

Jere Karalahti 5+20 minutes for this

HPK-Ilves 4-2 (3-1,1-0,0-1)
H: Niko Nieminen, Juuso Honka, Jukka Laamanen, Ville Viitaluoma. Teemu Lassila 32 saves
I: Joonas Rask, Masi Marjamäki (both shorthanded). Jani Hurme 25 saves.

Jokerit-Pelicans 4-3 SO (0-1,1-1,2-1)
J: Teemu Pulkkinen, Ben Eaves (+shootout winner), Semir Ben-Amor, Janne Lahti 0+3, Marko Kauppinen 0+2. Mika Järvinen 25 saves
P: Jakub Sindel 1+1, Sami Blomqvist, Antti Tyrväinen. Niko Hovinen 35 saves.

JYP-Kärpät 2-1 (1-1,1-0,0-0)
J: Sami Vatanen 2+0. Joni Myllykoski 33 saves
K: Juho Keränen. Petri KOivisto 36 saves

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SaiPa - Lukko 3-5
S: Simon Backman, Scott Barney, Tero Koskiranta, Tyler Redenbach 0+2, Jere Myllyniemi 41 saves (10+12+19)
L: Kurtis McLean 1+2, Lauri Tukonen 1+1, Janne Keränen, Teemu Nurmi (EN at 59:30), Teemu Aalto, Perttu Lindgren 0+2, Miika Wiikman 27 saves (10+8+9)

Tappara - KalPa 1-3
T: Jesse Turkulainen, Jani Nieminen 14 saves (8+2+4)
K: Toni Hyvärinen 1+1, Tommi Jokinen, Adam Masuhr, Ari Ahonen 26 saves (9+4+13)

Ässät - TPS 6-3
Ä: Mika Niemi 2+0, Severi Sillanpää, Tuomas Santavuori, Pasi Salonen, Matti Kuparinen, Eero Kilpeläinen 26 saves (14+7+5)
T: Sami Venäläinen 1+1, Janne Hauhtonen 1+1, Mario Valery-Trabucco, Ville Vahalahti 0+3, Atte Engren 31 saves (7+11+13)

Standings:
1. - Ässät 2 gp 6 pts
2.-14. - the rest

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Standings:
1. - Ässät 2 gp 6 pts
2.-14. - the rest
Ässät boys are looking strong! 2 big wins to start off the season.

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Ässät boys are looking strong! 2 big wins to start off the season.
Yeah I'm trying not to get too excited, but this "anyone can score from any line" and "not so 1-dimensional PP" is promising. The first win was partly because of Lukko having a pretty bad performance, but yesterday TPS was actually good (outside of the few defencive-collapses) and Ässät was actually really good. Goaltending is steady at the moment also as Eero couldn't do much for the 5 goals he has given up. Two straight solid performances aren't everyday things for the guy who is know to make an unbelievable save first and then let a goal from center ice 10 seconds later.

A top-10 finish is looking pretty realistic after these two wins if we can keep this energy and hard work up. And luckily we have pretty good depth (at center maybe too much because of Uusikartano, Kuparinen, Sillanpää and Niemi) incase a player gets injured or tired. One funny thing is also that for example on defence we have our most expencive, 150 000 euro defender, Tero Määttä as a healthy scratch for both of the matches because of his poor performances during post-season and he really has to step up and get in even better shape even though he didn't make his condition that bad this summer.

58 to go...

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Yeah I'm trying not to get too excited, but this "anyone can score from any line" and "not so 1-dimensional PP" is promising. The first win was partly because of Lukko having a pretty bad performance, but yesterday TPS was actually good (outside of the few defencive-collapses) and Ässät was actually really good. Goaltending is steady at the moment also as Eero couldn't do much for the 5 goals he has given up. Two straight solid performances aren't everyday things for the guy who is know to make an unbelievable save first and then let a goal from center ice 10 seconds later.

A top-10 finish is looking pretty realistic after these two wins if we can keep this energy and hard work up. And luckily we have pretty good depth (at center maybe too much because of Uusikartano, Kuparinen, Sillanpää and Niemi) incase a player gets injured or tired. One funny thing is also that for example on defence we have our most expencive, 150 000 euro defender, Tero Määttä as a healthy scratch for both of the matches because of his poor performances during post-season and he really has to step up and get in even better shape even though he didn't make his condition that bad this summer.

58 to go...
Yeah, the depth for that team is pretty crazy, it's exciting stuff. I think the Miller, Yetman and Uusikartano signings really sealed things. What are the powerplay lines looking like for them anyway?

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Yeah, the depth for that team is pretty crazy, it's exciting stuff. I think the Miller, Yetman and Uusikartano signings really sealed things. What are the powerplay lines looking like for them anyway?
In the TPS-game:

Tuomas Santavuori - Aki Uusikartano - Patrick Yetman
Ville Uusitalo - Jesse Jyrkkiö

Veli-Matti Savinainen - Matti Kuparinen - Tommi Huhtala
Miko Malkamäki - Kristian Kudroc

A 0-2-loss to JYP. Tommi Huhtala has a little injury and probably wont play this week and Joel Armia was replaced with Antti Mäkilä. Adam Miller left the ice after the first after some kind of hit.

Too much fancy puck moving and looking for the great chance instead of lots of shots. JYP was a boring but tactically really good in their own end and Eero Kilpeläinen with some great saves kept us in the game. In the three games Eero has played he hasn't let a single easy goal and looking surprisinly solid. Besides Kilpeläinen, Severi Sillanpää, Matti Kuparinen and Masi Malkamäki played pretty good and ATM Malkamäki seems like a real steal. Hopefully Mutanen can see some action now and as Kudroc still a bit of a dissapointment I wouldn't mind trying even Määttä in his place if he is motivated to actually playing.

Not that bummed of the loss and actually kinda good that we lost, since it really showed that, like Rautakallio has said, we still need a bunch of work. A depressing weather (a bit of rain, chilly and dark) + JYP =

HIFK 3-2 SaiPa (1-0,1-0,0-2,0-0)

HIFK | SaiPa
Ahtola, Jerry 1+0 | Barney, Scott 1+0
Granlund, Mikael 0+0, winner in SO | Grünn, Carlo 1+0
Peltonen, Ville 1+0 | Redenbach, Tyler 0+1
Vallin, Ari 0+1 | Koskiranta, Tero 0+1
Ramstedt, Teemu 0+1 | Kaksonen, Elmeri 0+1
Söderholm, Toni 0+1

Saves: H Jan Lundell 6+8+8+1=23, S Jere Myllyniemi 11+11+9+4=35

Ilves 3-2 Pelicans (2-1,0-0,1-1)

Ilves | Pelicans
Rajala, Toni 1+0 | Rinkinen, Teemu 1+0
Kantola, Kai 1+0 | Heino, Henri 1+0
Niinimäki, Jesse 1+0 | Sihvonen, Kari 0+1
Glenn, Ryan 0+2 | Jalvanti, Joonas 0+1
Määttänen, Pasi 0+1 | Rohtla, Jesse 0+1
Bruun, Antti 0+1 | Pöyhönen, Marko 0+1
Keränen, Michael 0+1 |

Saves: I Jani Hurme 5+3+11=19, P Niko Hovinen 13+11+4=28

KalPa 0-4 Jokerit (0-2,0-1,0-1)

Jokerit
Nokelainen, Petteri 1+1
Eaves, Ben 1+0
Pitkänen, Ilmari 1+0
Pulkkinen, Teemu 1+0
Väänänen, Ossi 0+2
Hentunen, Jukka 0+1

Saves: K Ari Ahonen 4+9+2=15, J Mika Järvinen 7+7+9=23

Kärpät 4-3 HPK (0-0,3-0,1-3)

Kärpät | HPK
Koskenkorva, Kimmo 1+2 | Männikkö, Miikka 1+1
Mikkola, Ilkka 1+0 | Puustinen, Juuso 1+0
Kemppainen, Joonas 1+0 | Piispanen, Arsi 1+0
Kreps, Kamil 1+0 | Viitaluoma, Ville 0+2
Luomala, Marko 0+1 | Porseland, Mathias 0+1
Sicak, Vladimir 0+1 | Tuulola, Marko 0+1
Ylönen, Antti 0+1 | Nieminen, Niko 0+1
Ohtamaa, Atte 0+1 |
Liljeblad, Joni 0+1 |
Salomäki, Miikka 0+1 |

Saves: K Petri Koivisto 6+9+9=24, H Teemu Lassila 20+9+7=36

TPS 0-7 Blues (0-3,0-3,0-1)

Blues
Lammassaari, Petri 1+1
Virkkunen, Valtteri 1+1
Miettinen, Camilo 1+0
Sallinen, Tomi 1+0
Karalahti, Jere 1+0
Sailio, Jari 1+0
Laakso, Aleksi 1+0
Talaja, Roope 0+2
Kähkönen, Toni 0+1
Lajunen, Jani 0+1
Lajunen, Ville 0+1
Sallinen, Jere 0+1
Immonen, Jarkko 0+1
Öhman, Stefan 0+1

Saves: T Engren, Atte 6+14+10=30 & Tommi Virtanen 0+4+0=4, B Iiro Tarkki 7+8+9=24

Ässät 0-2 JYP (0-0,0-2,0-0)

JYP
Pihlström, Antti 1+0
Sopanen, Vili 1+0
Tuppurainen, Jani 0+1
Koskinen, Kalle 0+1
Vatanen, Sami 0+1
Virtanen, Antti 0+1

Saves: Ä Eero Kilpeläinen 6+8+11=25, J Pekka Tuokkola 8+5+8=21

PS. I did it this way since it basially takes as much time as the other way but with more info. Takes more space, but it's not like we have too much stuff in this forum.

E. Ummm. I'm not so sure doing these the full season is the most exciting job so go to www.sm-liiga.fi or then somebody else can do these silly things. Are they really needed?


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Tappara-Lukko 6-2 (0-1,3-1,3-0)
T: Pekka Saravo, Niclas Lucenius 2+0, Jussi Halme 1+1, Shayne Toporowski 1+2, Tuomas Vänttinen. Jani Nieminen 30 saves
L: Jakub Petruzalek, Miikka Tuomainen. Antti Raanta 20 saves


Halfway through, Lukko was leading 2-0.

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Should I make another thread named "General SM-liiga thread" or could this be changed into one that consists of both results and general talk with a title like "SM-liiga results and general thread"?

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Blues-KalPa 5-2
B: Toni Kähkönen, Petri Lammassaari 1+1, Jarkko Immonen 1+1, Tomi Sallinen, Arttu Luttinen, Ville Lajunen 0+2, Stefan Öhman 0+2. Iiro Tarkki 14
K: Adam Masuhr, Kalle Kerman. Ari Ahonen 11/Aleksis Ahlqvist 22

Ilves-HIFK 6-1
I: Joonas Rask, Ville Korhonen, Michael Keränen 1+1, Antti Bruun, Kai Kantola, Tommi Välimaa 1+1. Jani Hurme 29
H: Ville Peltonen. Jan Lundell 14/Juuso Riksman 17

Jokerit-Lukko 1-2
J: Janne Lahti. Mika Järvinen 28
L: Lauri Tukonen 1+1, Jakub Petruzalek, Perttu Lindgren 0+2. Miika Wiikman 28.

JYP-TPS 3-0
J: Vili Sopanen 2+0, Ossi Louhivaara. Joni Myllykoski 19
T: Joni Ortio 47

Antti Virtanen recieved one assist and equalled points tally by Jari Lindroos as the best scorer in team history. Virtanen has more goals so he is counted ahead in the table.

Kärpät-Pelicans 0-3
K: Petri Koivisto 23
P: Sami Blomqvist 1+1, Jani Forsström, Antti Tyrväinen, Matias Loppi 0+2. Niko Hovinen 35

SaiPa-Ässät 1-4
S: Tomas Jasko. Jere Myllyniemi 26
Ä: Antti Mäkilä, Jesse Laaksonen, Juho Mielonen 2+0. Eero Kilpeläinen 38.

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Well I'm gonna keep doing my thing here so it would be good if you all (5 people that actually read these) just deal with me talking by myself about Ässät.

Positives vs. Ilves:

- The 4-2 win even without clearly giving it all but versus a good team
- Kilpeläinen 36 saves and 5th straight solid game *knock on wood*
- First line production with Santavuori (2+1), Uusikartano (0+2) and Yetman (1+1)
- Määttä - Kudroc surpirisingly not-bad of a pairing and Kudroc with his first goal here

Negatives vs. Ilves:

- Powerplay wasn't that great outside of the one goal
- Jesse Jyrkkiö with a horrible game and one of four passes to the opposing team resulted the 3-2-goal
- Salonen with some kind of shoulder injury (no idea how serious)
- Overall offence (all over the place at times and passing was difficult)

Well now the team has 4 days to get some energy and training to get the things inside the game also make work better.

No idea is Huhtala going to come back to the next game on thursday, but well atleast we have Armia, Virkkunen, Renbulic and then the guy called Miller, who has quite a bit of work also to make the team. 1st and 4th lines should stay like they are, Saviainen could go to the second line if Huhtala doesn't come back and expecting that Salonen won't either and then one of the young guys to the 3rd line (Armia maybe even second and Saviainen staying in the third). Also in the defence good depth and the bottom line; some good competition out here.

Enjoying this while I can...


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Some great/funny goals today:



http://www.ruutu.fi/video?vt=video&vid=101715

The goal in 1:30 is the weirdest goal yet this year

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The goal in 1:30 is the weirdest goal yet this year
Oh man that's some luck right there.

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Well I'm gonna keep doing my thing here so it would be good if you all (5 people that actually read these) just deal with me talking by myself about Ässät.

Positives vs. Ilves:

- The 4-2 win even without clearly giving it all but versus a good team
- Kilpeläinen 36 saves and 5th straight solid game *knock on wood*
- First line production with Santavuori (2+1), Uusikartano (0+2) and Yetman (1+1)
- Määttä - Kudroc surpirisingly not-bad of a pairing and Kudroc with his first goal here

Negatives vs. Ilves:

- Powerplay wasn't that great outside of the one goal
- Jesse Jyrkkiö with a horrible game and one of four passes to the opposing team resulted the 3-2-goal
- Salonen with some kind of shoulder injury (no idea how serious)
- Overall offence (all over the place at times and passing was difficult)

Well now the team has 4 days to get some energy and training to get the things inside the game also make work better.

No idea is Huhtala going to come back to the next game on thursday, but well atleast we have Armia, Virkkunen, Renbulic and then the guy called Miller, who has quite a bit of work also to make the team. 1st and 4th lines should stay like they are, Saviainen could go to the second line if Huhtala doesn't come back and expecting that Salonen won't either and then one of the young guys to the 3rd line (Armia maybe even second and Saviainen staying in the third). Also in the defence good depth and the bottom line; some good competition out here.

Enjoying this while I can...
Keep doing this stuff. I've been following Assat since their 05-06 run and it's been really fun to keep up with them.

It seems like Kilpelainen has been pretty damn solid, maybe he's hitting that level of consistency that made him an NHL draft pick in the first place. I think Santavuori could have a big year, if the preseason and this game are any indication. Is Huhtala's injury a small one? Really hope it isn't anything big. Also, I was really hoping to see him get a first line role, but I guess you could compare it to the Blackhawks a bit, where a guy like Sharp is on the "second line" even though he'll be a huge contributer point-wise. It just seems like this team is set up for a really solid season, and there's a lot of depth so these little injuries aren't going to destroy you.

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HPK-Tappara 2-4
H: Josh MacNevin, Tuukka Pulliainen, Mathias Porseland 0+2. Teemu Lassila 27
T: Niclas Lucenius 1+1, Juha Leimu 1+1, Antti Kangasniemi, Jukka Peltola, Tuomas Vänttinen 0+2. Jani Nieminen 41.

Blues-Kärpät 2-1 OT
B: Stefan Öhman, Jani Lajunen. (that youtube goal) Iiro Tarkki 22
K: Marko Luomala. Petri Koivisto 34

KalPa-SaiPa 0-1
K: Aleksis Ahlqvist 36
S: Jarno Koskiranta. Jere Myllyniemi 15.

Lukko-Pelicans 5-3
L: Kurtis McLean 1+2, Perttu Lindgren, Janne Keränen 1+2, Justin Morrison 2+1. Miika Wiikman 25
P: Jakub Sindel, Antti Tyrväinen, Sami Blomqvist. Niko Hovinen 31

Tappara-HIFK 4-3 SO
T: Juha Leimu, Kevin Doell 1+1, Antti Kangasniemi, Shayne Toporowski 0+2+shootout winner. Jani Nieminen 21
H: Mikko Kousa, Petteri Wirtanen, Toni Söderholm. Juuso Riksman 33

TPS-Jokerit 2-3 SO
T: Markus Nordlund, Jarkko Hattunen. Atte Engren 24
J: Teemu Pulkkinen, Ben Eaves, Jukka Hentunen (shootout winner). Mika Järvinen 22

Ässät-Ilves 4-2
Ä: Kristian Kudroc, Tuomas Santavuori 2+1, Patrick Yetman 1+1, Aki Uusikartano 0+2. Eero Kilpeläinen 36
I: Jaakko Pellinen, Joonas Rask. Sami Aittokallio 11/Jani Hurme 18

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Keep doing this stuff. I've been following Assat since their 05-06 run and it's been really fun to keep up with them.
Is Huhtala's injury a small one? Really hope it isn't anything big. Also, I was really hoping to see him get a first line role, but I guess you could compare it to the Blackhawks a bit, where a guy like Sharp is on the "second line" even though he'll be a huge contributer point-wise.
Nothing big I guess since Rautakallio said that Huhtala needed to rest last week so most likely will be in the roster on Thursday. Well IMO we have like 3 good second lines and a fourth line who all can score so I wouldn't mind seeing the icetime of the Santavuori-Uusikartano-Yetman line decreased by a tad.

Oh and Rocky also said that the team hadn't had time to train the PP all that much so interested to see are they going to use Yetman and his shot at the point for example, but hopefully we will atleast see some improvement on that department.


E. New info: http://www.assat.com/page.php?id=19&article_id=406

- Huhtala coming back in two weeks and Miller in one. Salonen atm is expected to also be healthy in two weeks, but we will see.
- So Huhtala and Salonen would be out against HPK (home), HIFK (visiting), Kärpät (h), Blues (v) and Tappara (h) and Miller for the first two.


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That Dufva-system is really working for JYP. Only 4 goals allowed in 5 games and now 233min 22s without anyone scoring on them after todays 3-0-win over Espoon Blues.

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Tuesday and Thursday games:
HIFK-TPS 5-2
H: Jerry Ahtola 2+0, Ville Peltonen 2+1, Juha-Pekka Haataja 1+2, Teemu Ramstedt 0+3, Martti Järventie 0+2. Juuso Riksman 19
T: Sami Venäläinen, Jarkko Hattunen. Joni Ortio 32

HPK-KalPa 2-3 OT
H: Kaspars Saulietis, Antti Roppo. Teemu Lassila 32
K: Kalle Kerman, Toni Hyvärinen, Tapio Laakso (OT) Ari Ahonen 23

Ilves-Lukko 2-4
I: Matias Sointu, Nils Bäckström. Jani Hurme 21
L: Aaron Brocklehurst, Harri Tikkanen 2+0, Perttu Lindgren 1+1, Jakub Petruzalek 0+2. Miika Wiikman 36

JYP-Blues 3-0
J: Jussi Makkonen, Juha-Pekka Hytönen, Ossi Louhivaara. Joni Myllykoski 25.
B: Iiro Tarkki 30

Kärpät-Jokerit 7-2
K: Julius Junttila 2+1, Kamil Kreps 1+1, Tomi Ståhlhammar, Joonas Donskoi 1+1, Kristian Kuusela 2+0, Ilkka Mikkola 0+3. Petri Koivisto 24
J: Petteri Nokelainen 1+1, Tommi Kovanen. Mika Järvinen 22

Blues-Ilves 7-2
B: Ville Varakas 1+2, Roope Ranta, Arttu Luttinen, Stefan Öhman 1+1, Ville Lajunen 1+2, Tomi Sallinen 1+1, Camilo Miettinen 1+2, Toni Kähkönen 0+2, Jere Karalahti 0+2. Mikko Tolvanen 18
I: Teemu Kesä, Jesse Niinimäki, Mark Lee 0+2. Jani Hurme 27

Jokerit-JYP 4-3
Jo: Jukka Hentunen, Esa Pirnes 1+1, Teemu Pulkkinen, Tomi Mäki. Mika Järvinen 34
JY: Sami Vatanen, Ossi Louhivaara, Jani Tuppurainen. Pekka Tuokkola 17

KalPa-HIFK 2-1
K: Tuomas Kiiskinen, Kalle Kerman. Ari Ahonen 30
H: Lennart Petrell. Juuso Riksman 14

Tappara-TPS 3-1
Ta: Timo Koskela, Kim Strömberg (PS), Tuomas Vänttinen. Jani Nieminen 23
TP: Mario Valery-Trabucco. Atte Engren 20

Ässät-HPK 0-2
Ä: Eero Kilpeläinen 32
H: Armans Berzins, Miikka Männikkö. Teemu Lassila 40

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HIFK 11-3 Ässät (3-0,6-2,2-1)

H: Lennart Petrell 3+2, Kimmo Kuhta 2+1, Mikael Granlund 1+3, Teemu Ramstedt 1+2, Juha-Pekka Haataja 1+2, Ville Peltonen 1+1, Robert Nyholm, Mikko Kousa, Martti Järventie 0+2, Juuso Riksman 21 saves
Ä: Ville Uusitalo, Severi Sillanpää, Joel Armia, Aki Uusikartano 0+2, Juha Järvenpää (20:00-21:49) 2 saves / Eero Kilpeläinen (the rest) 33 saves

Penalties:
H - 80 minutes
Ä - 125 minutes (Kudroc with 54)

What can I say?
- Everything went wrong and basically anything didn't go right.
- Armia's first goal in SM-liiga was a pretty one, too bad that the game he scored it on will be one that he will surely want to forget.
- Kudroc will be out in the next game. Wuhuu!
- Määttä (Ässät) being +1 playing over 21 minutes and Järventie (HIFK) being -1 playing over 23 minutes is kinda funny.
- Rautakallio (the coach of Ässät) with a not so good move after the first period. Put Järvenpää in on his first game in SM-liiga at a situation like that and then after he lets in two in under 2 minutes, pull him back. Eh...
- They didn't lose the game for Ässät, but the refs sure sucked BIG time.
- Can only get better from this and I expect them to really shape up against Kärpät on Tuesday.

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It's been really weird... 11-3

I'm just happy 'cause JYP is playing fine and they are on top again

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Whole Assat-HIFK game was 1 of those interesting mysteries of hockey. It just did seem that everything HIFK did did succeed. At least I did get feeling that it would't have matter what Assat would have done they still would't have won this game.

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SaiPa-Pelicans 4-3 SO
S: Dale McTavish 2+0+shootout winner, Ville Koho, Tyler Redenbach 0+2. Jere Myllyniemi 27
P: Teemu Rinkinen 2+0, Matias Loppi, Jesse Rohtla 0+2. Niko Hovinen 41

HIFK-Ässät 11-3
(mentioned earlier)

HPK-Blues 6-2
H: Kaspars Saulietis, Ville Viitaluoma 2+1, Tuukka Pulliainen, Janne Kolehmainen, Juuso Puustinen 1+1. Teemu Lassila 25
B: Toni Kähkönen, Roope Ranta. Iiro Tarkki 17/Mikko Tolvanen 5 (Tarkki allowed 5, Tolvanen 1 goal)

Ilves-Jokerit 5-4 OT
I: Matias Sointu 2+0, Niko Peltola, Jesse Niinimäki 1+1, Masi Marjamäki 1+1 (OT). Jani Hurme 33
J: Jeremy Dehner, Jan-Mikael Juutilainen, Ben Eaves, Esa Pirnes. Mikko Strömberg 20/Mika Järvinen 15 (Strömberg allowed 4, Järvinen 1)

JYP-SaiPa 3-1
J: Kalle Koskinen, Jussi Makkonen 2+0, Vili Sopanen 0+2 Joni Myllykoski 20.¨
S: Tyler Redenbach. Jere Myllyniemi 30

Kärpät-KalPa 5-1
Kä: Kamil Kreps, Jonathan Hedström, Miikka Salomäki, Joonas Donskoi, Kristian Kuusela 1+1, Juho Keränen 26. Petri Koivisto 0+2.
Ka: Joonas Riekkinen. Aleksis Ahlqvist 7/Ari Ahonen 10 (Ahlqvist allowed 3, Ahonen 2)

Pelicans-Tappara 3-2
P: Antti Tyrväinen 2+0, Jani Forsström 1+0. Niko Hovinen 24
T: Pekka Saravo, Juha Leimu. Harri Säteri 22

TPS-Lukko 2-4
T: Jarkko Hattunen, Ville Vahalahti. Atte Engren 22
L: Juhani Jasu, Jakub Petruzalek 1+1, Teemu Nurmi, Kurtis McLean. Miika Wiikman 16


Standings (games/points)
1. JYP 7 16
2. HIFK 8 15
3. Lukko 7 15
4. Tappara 7 14
5. Ässät 7 12
6. Blues 7 11
7. HPK 7 11
8. Jokerit 8 11
9. Kärpät 7 10
10. KalPa 8 10
11. SaiPa 7 9
12. Pelicans 6 8
13. Ilves 8 8
14. TPS 8 3

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Last two games Joel Armia 2+2!

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