KHL Tuesday Roundup - Best Teams Taking Control

KHL Tuesday Roundup - Best Teams Taking Control

09 Oct 2013 | Tim Bourcier

Barys and Ak Bars in a dogfight to be the best teams in the East. Dynamo Moscow stays on SKA's heels.


Avangard Omsk 0 - Dynamo Moscow 6

Dynamo began the scoring just over two minutes in and they went on to rout Avangard.  This is the ninth straight loss for Omsk who now sits at the bottom of the East standings.  Manim Karpov scored a hat trick and picked up an assist on the first goal for a four point game.

Barys 3 – Vityaz 2 SO

Vityaz was in control early in this one, but Savchenko tied the game up 2-2 with a little less than five minutes to play.  The game needed penalties to decide the match and Roman Starchenko scored the game winner.  Seleznyov and Topol each scored for Vityaz to give them a lead, but Vityaz could not hold onto the lead late in regulation.

Ugra 3 – Ak Bars 4

Ak Bars kept pace in the East and their overtime victory over Ugra puts them just one point below Barys for the conference lead.  Ugra also had a late lead after an Andersson goal, but Varnakov would score with just over six minutes in the game to send the game to overtime.  Svitov would score in sudden death to end the game.

Avtomobilist 2 – Torpedo 4

Avtomobilist has also been in a slide recently and a rising Torpedo side took an easy 4-2 victory.  The game was out of hand early as Torpedo scored three goals in less than five minutes and all within the eight minute mark of the first period.  Kovar was yanked for Lobanov after the third goal and they would get some quick momentum from the change with a Yemeleyev goal 12 minutes in the first.  Torpedo was just too much for Avtomobilist though and any comeback efforts were stopped.

Spartak 2 – Donbass 1

This game was a defensive chess match for two evenly matched teams with outstanding goaltenders.  Matt Anderson opened the scoring for Spartak with 30 seconds to go in the second period.  Krutov would put up Spartak by two with his early third period goal.  Fedotenko scored for Donbass with just under two minutes to go, giving the Ukrainian side an opportunity to pull Leighton to get a sixth skater.  Spartak would hold on though and took an important win in a competitive Western Conference.

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