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- 24 hours after the clear defeat, Davos takes revenge at SC Bern.
- Lugano catches up against EV Zug a 2-0 deficit, but is then subject to extra time.
- Servette also has to work extra shifts in Zurich before the 3rd victory in the 4th season duel is certain.
Bern – Davos 1: 2
24 hours after the 5-1 victory in Bern, HC Davos has straightened out the balance of power. The Bündner averted their third defeat in a row with a 2-1 win in Bern. It took a little patience before Samuel Guerra opened the skore after 21 minutes. Launched on his knees by Chris Egli, he caught SCB keeper Tomi Karhunen. Aaron Palushaj doubled after a nice solo (39th). In the final third, the hosts turned up (shot ratio 18: 8), but there was a lack of efficiency. Dustin Jeffrey’s goal a minute before the end came too late. So it set the 8th defeat in the last 10 games for the bottom.
Zug – Lugano 3: 2 nV
Even when Nick Shore netted in a turmoil and under the subliminal suspicion of a goalkeeper disability to make it 2-0 for Zug (33rd), Lugano was not confused. Thomas Wellinger’s goal came just 22 seconds later. Mark Arcobello equalized before the third break. Also because the EVZ hit the post 3 times, the decision had to be made in extra time. The re Shore scored to win after 2 minutes. After all, the Ticino team won a point for the first time in the 4th Rencontre with the Central Switzerland team.
ZSC – Servette 3: 4 nV
The re was a lot going on in the Hallenstadion. And as with the previous 3 direct duels, no decision was made after 60 minutes. After 2 minutes in extra time, Henrik Tömmernes, who exploited the Swedish cooperation with Linus Omark to 4: 3, became the match winner. Daniel Winnik (20th) opened the score with his 14th goal of the season after Sven Andrighetto lost his disc. After the break, Willy Riedi showed a lot of precision with his first goal of the season.
The n it was the turn of the series offenders again: Eric Fehr’s 14th direct hit (26th) was elegantly degraded to waste by Denis Hollenstein’s number 20 (30th). And also on Tyler Moys 3: 2 (33). the ZSC had an answer ready in the person of Dominik Diem (56th). Geneva only made their third win of the season against the Lions clear in overtime.
SRF two, powerplay, 15.2.2021, 22:35; pro
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