Round-up National League – big wins for Zug and Lions – Bern with miniseries – sport

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Round-up National League - big wins for Zug and Lions - Bern with miniseries - sport


  • Zug (7: 2 against Davos) and the ZSC Lions (6: 2 against the Lakers) show no trouble with their opponents even on foreign ice.
  • Bern wins against Ambri for the third time in a row, Biel is defeated by Freiburg.
  • Servette beat Lausanne 3-2 after extra time.
  • In all Saturday’s games, the players expressed their lack of understanding about the increase in foreigners with a protest initiated by the SIHPU players’ union.

Davos – move 2: 7

In the duel between the two teams that had the most positive goals on the account before this Saturday round, Zug clearly retained the upper hand. Erik Thorell and Sven Senteler, each with their 8th goal of the season, made it 2-0 in the first third.  The  game was decided after a double strike by Tobias Geisser and Yannick Zehnder within a minute and a half in the middle third. After the 5: 0, the Graubünden reared themselves again and reduced to 2: 5 with Chris Egli and Magnus Nygren, but Jan Kovar and Carl Klingberg restored the 5-goal lead for the leader.

Ambri – Bern 1: 4

SC Bern is slowly but surely picking up speed. © www.de24.news

 The  “Mutzen” came at Ambri-Piotta for the third win in a row. © www.de24.news

 The  reigning champions had never managed that before this season. Mario Kogler’s team threw the fueled morale from the previous evening (6: 5 win against Lausanne) straight away. Tristan Scherwey (5th) and Simon Moser (21st) knew how to counter an early deficit by Patrick Incir. At the latest when Jesper Olofsson – the match winner on Friday – scored 3: 1 in a 4-minute SCB power play, the mass in Valascia was over. Cory Conacher (59th) finished with an empty-nicer.

Lausanne – Servette 2: 3 nV

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 The  away team also won the third Léman derby of the season. Noah Rod managed to score the winning goal for Servette in the 2nd minute of overtime. Linus Omark, who scored 1-0 and 2-2, confirmed Geneva’s reputation as the power play kings of the league. In between, Charles Hudon and Ronalds Kenins had given Lausanne a 2-1 lead in the starting third. Two series continued: Servette won for the 4th time in a row, Lausanne lost for the 4th time in a row.

Lakers – Lions 2:6

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 The  defensive continues to float at the Lakers. After the last 7 (against Servette) and 9 (against Freiburg) goals conceded, it didn’t even go against the ZSC Lions. Patrick Geering (to 3-0) and Raphael Prassl (to 5-0) were even able to succeed in being outnumbered. Prassl later scored 6: 1 before Dominik Egli tried to limit the damage 40 seconds before the end. With that, the Zurich team also won the 4th duel against Rapperswil this season.

Biel – Freiburg 1: 4

A strong middle third was enough for the Freiburg team to bag the 3 points in Biel. After a deserved 0: 1 deficit after the 1st siren, the “dragons” put a shovel on it and turned the game in their favor with 4 goals between the 22nd and 35th minute. © www.de24.news

 The y only fired 12 shots at the case of the Zealanders. © www.de24.news

 The  double goal scorer Yannick Herren celebrated himself as the match winner. After 3 wins in a row, the Biel-based team once again went off the ice as a loser. And Gottéron took revenge for the 2-4 defeat last Sunday. In the 7th duel with Biel, the Saanestädter also achieved their 6th success.





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