DVTK wins their third title in a row

DVTK wins their third title in a row

24 Mar 2017 | jegkorongszovetseg.hu

DVTK wins the fifth game of the MOL League Finals to become the first team in league history to win three titles in a row.


The home team had Attila Adorján between the pipes, and Bálint Magosi sitting out a suspension. MAC went with Bence Bálizs defending the cage, Arnold Silló was back in the lineup in the place of Bence Bödök, Kristóf Schmál was out with an injury with Erik Keresztury out with an injury. The game was a battle right from the start, however neither team managed to put the puck past the opposing goalie. The opening goal of the game was not scored until after the midway point of the game, when István Terbócs came down the left wing, sliced in and put the puck past the keeper from the slot. Diósgyőr tied the game up in the third period when a Roland Hajós shot squeezed through from just left of the goal. Later in the period Gergő Nagy skated in on a breakaway when Attila Adorján threw his stick and Nagy was awarded a penalty shot that he was unable to capitalize on. With less than two minutes left in the game a Jarkko Leppanen shot looked to be going wide, until Attila Pavuk backhanded it past Bálizs for the lead. MAC pulled the goalie for the extra attacker but were unable to tie the game up as DVTK defends their title.

Gergely Majoross, MAC head coach: I think we played great today and I was expecting this every game of the series, overall we are happy that we won a Hungarian Cup and made it to the finals twice in our first two seasons. We are sad that we were unable to win and we congratulate DVTK that they could win three titles in a row.

Doug Bradley, DVTK head coach: They are a great group of guys they came into camp and worked hard from the start. Their work effort was great all season and I am proud to be their coach. We were tested in the first round against Ferencváros and had great series against UTE and MAC as well.

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