Geneve keep the good pace

Geneve keep the good pace

20 Sep 2014 | Luis Lopes

Open cage festival for 40 minutes at Bern. Victory with shootout for Ambri.


Bern-Kloten 5-4

37 seconds was time that take Bern to score the first goal of the game by ex-Kloten Flyer Eric Blum. Responded well in a power-play by Mathias Bieber assisted by Michael Liniger. Bern scored the second goal by Martin Plüss and 24 seconds later Mathias Bieber tied the game. A crazy game was ahead of us. And two minutes later Byron Ritchie assisted Loichat for the third goal. Five goals in only 10 minutes. The fourth goal for Bern was scored at minute 12:39 for Ryan Gardner. Like the others four games a new nightmare was promised to Kloten Flyers. The horror movie for Kloten continue in the second period. Thomas Rüfenacht second the fifth for Bern. One minute later scored the third for Kloten. 27 minutes 8 goals. Open cage day at Bern. Before the end of second period Vincent Parplan scored assisted by Vandermeer. After all there was some hope to Kloten to try to take the first point of the season. Both teams calm the pace in third period. And it was finally Bern to take the three points. 

Geneva-Zug 4-3

The first goal of the game was scored by Swedish youngster Calle Andersson assisted by Josh Holden. Geneve responded with Juraj Simek in an individual play. In short-handed situation Robbie Earl scored the second goal for visiting team. 31 seconds after the third period start Geneva tied the game by Alexandre Picard assisted by Kevin Romy. Three minutes later Geneva's top-scorer Daniel Rubin give the first advantage in this game for the home team. And the break goal for home was scored by Kevin Romy. In the final minute with one more man Pierre-Marc Bouchard scored the third for Zug but it was to late. 

Lausanne-Ambri 0-2

Started better Ambri with a power-play goal. Adam Hall scored assisted by future Swiss star Inti Pestoni. Daniel Steiner doubled the advantage at minute 34 assisted by Alexander Dostoinov. Second straight game without score for Lausanne. Shotout for Ambri goalie Sandro Zurkirchen. 

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