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2013-09-06 (Friday)

Below you find the results and highlights from SKA’s first game of the 2013/2014 season of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL), away against Avangard, including a link to a short video clip on khl.ru and some short facts.

Video: “Avangard – SKA 1:5 – September 6th, 2013” (4:28 – Sep 6, 2013)

Update: Photo gallery: “SKA’s season opening game(Source: facebook.com/hcSKA.en)

Avangard Omsk – SKA Saint Petersburg 1:5 (KHL Sep 6, 2013):

Info
Date: 6 Sep 2013
Spectators: 10 230
Referees: Vyacheslav Bulanov, Konstantin Olenin
Linesmen: Sergei Misyur, Stanislav Raming
In short: Avangard – SKA
1st period: 1 – 1 shots: 14-10
2nd period: 0 – 4 shots: 9-11
3rd period: 0 – 0 shots: 5-11
Result: 1 – 5 total shots: 28-32

Goals
1-0 06:04 Avangard Kirill Lyamin (assist: Denis Kazionov)
1-1 16:28 SKA Viktor Tikhonov
1-2 25:43 SKA Viktor Tikhonov (assist: Alexander Kucheryavenko)
1-3 27:43 SKA Kevin Dallman (assist: Roman Cervenka)
1-4 28:02 SKA Alexander Kucheryavenko
1-5 39:49 SKA Roman Cervenka

Goaltenders statistics
Avangard Teemu Lassila 84.38% 60 minutes 32 shots 5 goals
SKA Alexander Salak 96.43% 60 minutes 28 shots 1 goal

Penalties
03:04 2 min. SKA Alexei Semenov

Roughing
09:18 2 min. Avangard Alexander Popov

Tripping
16:02 2 min. SKA Alexei Semenov

Roughing
25:59 2 min. Avangard Evgeny Mozer

Holding
28:37 2 min. SKA Igor Makarov

Hooking
32:39 2 min. SKA Yury Alexandrov

Tripping
33:52 2 min. SKA Andrei Kuteikin

Throwing the puck outside the playing area
36:26 2 min. SKA Tony Martensson

High-sticking
41:56 2 min. Avangard Evgeny Mozer

Tripping
48:46 2 min. SKA Andrei Sigaryov

Tripping
51:51 2 min. Avangard Stanislav Yegorshev

Cross-checking
54:08 2 min. Avangard Oleg Kvasha

Tripping
58:59 2 min. Avangard Teemu Lassila

Tripping

(Source: khl.ru)

Anette: One good period doesn’t win a league but it’s a good start. 😀 Next team to beat: Avtomobilist on the 8th of September. And no, I don’t think it’s a bad thing that Ilya Kovalchuk didn’t get any points this game. The team is more than one person and as long as SKA wins, in my opinion, everyone has done a good job. 😀