Lots of goals on EBEL Tuesday

Mittwoch, 16.November 2016 - 5:21
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Totally 47 goals were scored in the five games in Erste Bank Eishockey Liga on Tuesday. HC TWK Innsbruck „Die Haie“ won at Vienna with 9:7, HDD Olimpija Ljubljana was successful at Fehervar AV19 6:5 after Overtime. Wins got also both Carinthian Teams, EC-KAC and EC VSV, and HCB Südtirol Alperia. Ljubljana won goal-festival at Fehervar AV19 in Overtime The home team started the game better, Makowski, Vas and Sofron had chances in the first minutes. The next minutes the game became more balanced and Ljubljana scored from one of their first chances, Pesut put his team in the lead, then 4 minutes later Langkow scored a second goal. Ljubljana was the better team in the second half of the period, Rajna had to make big saves. Langkow and co. controlled the puck better while Fehervar barely got to the offensive zone. 4 minutes left in the first period, Fehervar had a powerplay chance, which brought the first home goal of the game. After a pass from Koger, Manavian shot hard and scored. Fehervar was the better team at the beginning of the middle period, new signing Beauregard had a big chance and he didnt miss. After the goal the guests went on where they left off in the first period, in the first minute Pesut scored after a breakaway and four minutes later there was a two-goal-difference again after Zajc scored. The home team didnt give up, though, Koger got a puck after a faceoff, Frazee saved his shot but Sofron managed to put the puck in the net. There were big chances in front of both nets in the remaining time, but Ljubljana remained the better team. Fehervar AV19 started the third period better, Vas and Makowski both had a chance, after that Bodo and Sarauer threatened. Brance Orban missed the net and Koger couldn’t put the puck behind Frazee. In the third minute the Devils had their first powerplay chance and Makowski tied the game with a blueliner. Fehervar continued to have more chances in the upcoming minutes but Ljubljana scored, Langkow put the puck in the net. The Hungarians controlled this period and tied the game again three minutes before the end of the game, Beauregard scored his second goal in the game. There was another powerplay chance for the Hungarians in the remaining time but they couldn’t decide the game. In the overtime the Hungarians dominated, had many chances but Frazee kept the hopes for the guests alive. Already three on three Harty passed in front of the net to Ropret, who didn’t miss and Ljubljana won the game. Villach takes all points with a good performance in Znojmo Villach enjoyed a great start to a game in Znojmo, scoring after just 39 seconds when Dustin Johner´s shot from the right crease slipped under goalie Nechvatal´s body. The guests were playing smart, alert in defense and dangerous in the offensive zone. Eventually they were able to take the 2-0 lead at 16:34 when Patrick Platzer fired a quick wristshot from the point into the net off the crossbar. Znojmo came back into the game after the break. Roy´s misplaced pass on a powerplay found a way to Yellow Horn who quickly set up David Bartos and he found the open net to make it 1:2. The home team pushed for an equaliser and had more chances in the second period, eventually grabbing the second goal in a 4-on-3 powerplay thanks to Sean McMonagle who fired the puck home off the back post. Video review eventually confirmed the puck was in the net. But VSV found a reply late in the period thanks to quick combination converted by Miha Verlic. Villach focused more on the defense from that point onwards and took advantage of quick breaks. One of them in the 54th minute eventually was converted thanks to Christof Kromp who made it 2:4. With three and a half minutes to go, Znojmo pulled the goalie for a sixth player and Colton Yellow Horn scored a rebound to make the end dramatic. But VSV was able to hold onto their lead and seal all three points. Sharks and Caps were on Fire! Vienna vs. Innsbruck ends 7:9 The first period in Vienna stayed scoreless. The UPC Vienna Capitals were the chief on the ice in the beginning, but failed to score. The first chance for HCI came then in minute 7, but Nick Ross also could not beat goalie JP Lamoureux with a big shot from the blue line. In the final minutes of period 1 both teams had good chances, but could not take advantage of them. This changed after the re-start: With a shot from the blue line Tyler Cuma made the lead for Vienna. The Sharks stayed unimpressed and answered just two minutes later: After a good pass from John Lammers Hunter Bishop was successful. Now the Capitals had a quick answer and took the lead again thanks a goal from Jonathan Ferland just 51 seconds later. MacGregor Sharp extended the lead for Vienna. Then the Sharks were one Fire and turned the game around with three goals from Lubomir Stach, Nick Ross and John Lammers within five minutes. Also in the last period the two teams were on Fire! The Tyroleans extended their lead in a Power Play – 5:3. Ali Wukovits answered with the 4:5 for the Caps – it was his first goal in the League. The next minutes belong to Innsbruck, that extended their lead thanks three goals from Lamoureux, Sedivy and Smith - 8:4 . The Caps didn‘t give up and fought back. Holzapfel, Nissner and McKiernan reduced the score to 7:8. 8 seconds before the end Kelsey Tessier celebrated the 8:8, but the goal was not allowed by the referees after watching the video. On the other side John Lammers even made the 9:7 for Innsbruck into the empty net. Foxes won at Dornbirn Dornbirner EC produced many chances in the first period, but the first goal scored HCB Südtirol Alperia. Brodie Reid (16.) poked the puck in. In minute 25 Marc-Olivier Vallerand (25.) finished a counter after a great pass from Reid for the 2:0. The Bulldogs started to play more aggressive and pressured for the 1:2, but forgot the defense and were punished for that with the third goal from Bozen scored by Anton Bernard (31.). DEC-Goalie Florian Hardy left his net and was replaced by Back-Up Thomas Stroj. The Austrians didn‘t give up and were rewarded with the 1:3. After a pass from Jamie Arniel Dustin Sylvester scored. Early in the third period Daniel Frank was free in front of the DEC-net and had an easy job to finish a pass from Jesse Root from behind the net for the 4:1. Dornbirn‘s second goal scored by Chris D’Alvise in minute 57 came to late for a comeback. KAC gets back on winning ways against Salzburg After EC-KAC could not convert an early power play, the visitors took advantage of a bad pass by Christoph Duller and Brett Olson scored on a rebound. Only ten seconds later Manuel Ganahl tied the game and soon later Thomas Koch turned the game around. Just a few moments later the game was tied again when Alexander Rauchenwald fired into the far corner. In the middle period the Red Bulls came close to regain the lead but the period ended goalless after Manuel Latusa only hit the post. Both sides moved up another gear in the third and halfway through the period Thomas Raffl found the back of the net on power play. The hosts answered promptly once again as the fired from every position goalwards. Thomas Koch sent the game to overtime, Klagenfurt’s first in a home game this season. With no goals in the extra session, Koch decided it to the home team’s favour. Erste Bank Eishockey Liga, round 19: Tue, 15.11.2016: Fehervar AV19 – HDD Olimpija Ljubljana 5:6 n.V. (1:2, 2:2, 2:1, 0:1) Referees: SIEGEL/ZRNIC; spectators: 2.638 Goals Fehervar: Manavian (18./pp), Beauregard (21., 58.), Sofron (32.), Makowski (48./pp) Goals Ljubljana: Pesut (8., 24.), Langkow (11., 53.), Zajc (28.), Ropret (66.) Tue, 15.11.2016: HC Orli Znojmo – EC VSV 3:4 (0:2,2:1,1:1) Referees: BABIC/KINCSES; spectators: 2457 Goals ZNO: Bartos (24./sh), McMonagle (32./pp), Yellow Horn (58.) Goals VSV: Johner (1.), Platzer (17.), Verlic (39.), Kromp (54.) Tue, 15.11.2016: EC-KAC – EC Red Bull Salzburg 4:3 FSO (2:2, 0:0, 1:1, 0:0, 1:0) Referees: BULOVEC, KIMMERLY, Ettlmayr, Nothegger; spectators: 3.012 Goals KAC: Ganahl (8.), Koch (10.; 52./pp; 67./deciding penalty) Goals RBS: Olson (7.), Rauchenwald (13.), Raffl (50./pp Tue, 15.11.2016: Dornbirner Eishockey Club – HCB Südtirol Alperia 2:4 (0:1,1:2,1:1) Referees: LEMELIN/M. NIKOLIC; spectators: 2310; Goals DEC: 1:3 D.Sylvester (36.), D'Alvise (57.) Goals HCB: 0:1 Reid (16.), 0:2 Vallerand (25.), 0:3 Bernard (31.), Frank (42.) Tue, 15.11.2016: UPC Vienna Capitals – HC TWK Innsbruck „Die Haie“ 7:9 (0:0, 3:4, 4:5) Referees: GRUBER, TRILAR; spectators: 3.100 Goals VIC: Cuma (22.), Ferland (25.), Sharp (28.), Wukovits (45.), Holzapfel (56.), Nissner (57.), McKiernan (59./pp1) Goals HCI: Bishop (24.), Stach (34.), Ross (39.), Lammers (40., 60/en), Clark (42./pp2), Lamoureux (46.), Sedivy (47.), Smith (48.)

Quelle: red/Erste Bank Eishockey Liga