KHL: SKA celebrate 5:0 win at Severstal, Minsk win against Lok

After his return from the NHL, Nail Yakupov scores two goals in the 5:0 victory of SKA at Severstal. Dinamo Minsk wins 2:1 at Lok Yaroslavl.

After a rather bad start, SKA St.Petersburg is getting better and better. After starting the season with an impressive start against Ak Bars, there were two defeats in a row. SKA celebrated its fourth victory in a row today with a 5:0 victory at Severstal. SKA took the lead through Patrik Hersley in the second minute. SKA used a penalty against Korneyev to use the first overpayment game after 59 seconds. 46 seconds before the first break Alexander Dergachyov increased to 2:0. In the 24th minute followed the second penalty against Severstal and again suggested Patrik Hersley to 3:0. However, Severstal did not stay away from the penalty box and nail Yakupov provided SKA with another overpower goal at the end of the 28th minute for SKA’s third powerplay goal. 33 seconds before the second break, Nail Yakupov struck for the second time in the match. For the 24-year-old, this was his first double after returning from the NHL. In the final third of SKA remained sound indicating, on 5:0 but nothing changed.

Severstal Cherepovets vs. SKA St. Peteresburg 0:5 (0:2, 0:3, 0:0)

Dynamo Moscow wins, after last three defeats in a row, today’s home game against Vityaz. Danita Tarasov’s opening goal was canceled out by Nikita Komarov for Vityaz, with a 1:1 draw after 20 minutes. In the second period Dynamo were doing really well and so Miks Indrasis, Juuso Hietanen and Ilya Nikulin scored the 4:1 lead after 40 minutes of play. Although Vityaz was not up and came by the powerplay hit by Miro Aaltonen in the 47th minute at least two hits. Vitaz practically took himself out of the game at the end of the game. In the 48th minute, Golovkov got a 5+Game-Term penalty and in the 59th minute Rendulic and Komarov were sent to the penalty box in the same second.

Dynamo Moskau vs. Vityaz Podolsk 4:2 (1:1, 3:0, 0:1)

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl was beaten by five wins in a row today, Dinamo Minsk, bottom of the West Conference. Brandon Kozun brought in the 13th minute in a power play locomotive as expected in Powerplay with 1: 0 in front. At Dinamo Minsk, the signing of ex-Metallurg Magnitogorsk player Denis Kazionov paid off in the first race. Meets the 30-year-old but in minute 22 to 1: 1 compensation. As a result, Minsk survived an underpaid game and in the 29.Minute made Patrick Wiercioch for the Dinamo leadership. Lok pushed right in the episode, but Mikhail Karnaukhov just could not get past. Even as 80 seconds before the end on the side of Minsk Khenkel on the penalty bench, the balance did not succeed. With 44 Saves thanked the 24-year-old with coach Gordie Dwyer for his first season campaign.

Lokomotive Jaroslavl vs. Dinamo Minsk 1:2 (1:0, 0:2, 0:0)

Sibir Novosibirsk suffered the next defeat in Ufa today. Salavat Yulaev was looked at over the entire game, only in the second third the chance for a point.
With three penalties in the starting third, Sibir did not make things easier. So Joonas Kemppainen met in the second overpower for Ufa to 1:0 lead. At the beginning of the middle third Anton Burdasov, with his already seventh goal, raised to 2:0. Vladimir Pervushin scored after a poor defense of Juha Metsola from close range in the 26.Minute the first goal to 1:2. In the final third Ufa but again had the helm in his hands and Linus Omark made in the 56.Minute the 3:1 final score. For Ufa, it has just been the second victory in the past four home games, Sibir, however, must continue to wait for the first point in the new season.

Salavat Ufa vs. Sibir Novosibirsk 3:1 (1:0, 1:1, 1:0)

Avangard Omsk looked like the clear winner after 20 minutes at Barys Astana. After a 16: 3 penalty for Omsk, Ilya Mikheyev’s (4) power play goal, Evgeny Medvedev (12 th) and Sergei Shirokov (19 th) made it 3:0. Goalie Sergei Kudryavtsev, who came in for Hrachovina in the second period, also found Barys back in the match. Andre Petersson in the 35th minute and Brandon Bochenski, nine seconds before the second break, brought Astana back into the game. Avangard recognized the situation, but Barys was rewarded for the effort, as Roman Starchenko met in the 51.Minute to 3:3 equalizer. The 32-year-old also scores in the seventh game of the season and thus holds a total of 7 goals and 3 assists. The Kazakh was also successful in the final penalty shootout. The shootout went in the end, but to Avangard, with Kris Versteeg could turn the 14th penalty to 4:3 final score.

Barys Astana vs. Avangard Omsk 3:4 OT (0:3, 2:0, 1:0, 0:1)

Ak Bars Kazan win 4:2 at Torpedo. Match winner for the defending champion was Stanislav Galiev. After Mikheyev Kazan took the lead after 40 seconds, Ilyin equalized in the 19th minute. Only 48 seconds later, Galiev beat for the first time and in the 48th minute he put in the power play on 3:1 for Ak bars. Andy Miele brought the home team but again. After that, it was a little rough, but this changed nothing for Torpedo because Alexei Potapov made with his Emty Net goal to 4:2 final score.

Nizhny Novgorod vs. Bars Kazan 2:4 (1:2, 0:0, 1:2)

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