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- The EV Zug runs over the ZSC Lions in the first third and wins 6: 2 in the end.
- Carl Klingberg can distinguish himself as a triple goalscorer.
Here is the round-up of the rest of the evening’s games.
The EV Zug continues on course towards the point record. After the 6-2 win against the ZSC Lions away from Central Switzerland, they are only 3 points away from the Davos record (113) from the 2010/11 season.
The ZSC Lions had already converted a 4-goal deficit against Zug into a win this season. In the 6th duel of the season they waited in vain for Zurich to catch up. On the contrary: After Sven Senteler scored 6-2 in the 53rd minute, the fair in the Hallenstadion was finally over. Robin Meyer, who made his National League debut in Zuger Tor, did not have to be defeated in the final third.
Zuger quick start
The leader had already made the decisive difference in the start phase of the game. After goals from Nick Shore (7th), Yannick-Lennart Albrecht (8th) and Carl Klingberg (12th / 16th), Zug was 4-0 in the lead after just 15 minutes. Sven Andrighetto scored the next goal for Zurich only 21 seconds later.
Because the Central Swiss allowed a 5-minute excess situation to pass unused at the beginning of the second third after a residual exclusion against Simon Bodenmann (check against the head), the Zurich belief in a turnaround remained for the time being. All the more so when Andrighetto brought the Lions back to two goals with his second personal goal of the evening.
Only two turns of the pointer later, the towering Klingberg restored the 3-goal lead. His congenial strike partner and league top scorer Jan Kovar recorded 4 assists.
Current NL table according to point quotient
|5. ZSC Lions||1,69|
|12. SCL Tigers||0,65|
SRF two, powerplay, 27.03.21, 22:15; south
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