Russia wins Channel One Cup

Russia wins Channel One Cup

Henrik Lundqvist20 Dec 2020Henrik Lundqvist»
 

Russia won their home tournament of the Euro Hockey Tour. After beating Finland 5-1 today the Russians stayed undefeated.

 
 
 
 

After Czech Republic had beaten Sweden earlier today it was known that the winner of Russia and Finland would win the Channel One Cup. In case of overtime, Russia would win it since they had two points more than Finland in the standings. Russia took the lead in the first period when Vadim Shipachyov scored on a delayed penalty.

In the second period the show belonged to Dmitri Voronkov who scored 2-0 and 3-0 before Harri Pesonen scored the first and only Finnish goal on a breakaway after a mistake by Andrei Chibisov.

Russia added two goals late in the third period. Pavel Karnaukhov scored an empty-netter before Andrei Kuzmenko got his third goal of the tournament.

Russia5-1Finland
Periods:
Shots:
1-0
(11-9)
2-1
(5-7)
2-0
(5-6)
13:061-0
Vadim Shipachyov (Yakovlev)
23:13
2-0
Dmitri Voronkov (Mamin)
28:23
3-0
D. Voronkov (KarnaukhovTolchinsky)
36:263-1
Harri Pesonen
58:27

4-1
Pavel Karnaukhov

59:475-1
Andrei Kuzmenko (Soshnikov)

Czech Republic took many penalties in the first period against Sweden and Sweden could take the lead on a PP goal by Jonathan Berggren. With five players on the ice the Czechs had the better team and could score four unanswered goals by Radan Lenc, Matej Blümel, Daniel Gazda and Pavel Pycha.

Czech Republic4-1Sweden
Periods:
Shots:
0-1
(3-11)
3-0
(10-15)
1-0
(11-5)
12:33

0-1
J. Berggren (PääjärviRasmussen)

24:54
1-1
Radan Lenc (PýchaZboril)
35:12
2-1
Matej Blümel (Kostalek)
39:22
3-1
Daniel Gazda (JašekNestrasil)
55:23
4-1
Pavel Pýcha (Zboril)

Channel One Cup, December 17-20

#ClubGWW-OTL-OTLScoreP
1Russia3210013:58
2Sweden310118:94
3Czech Republic310028:93
4Finland310026:123

Total EHT 2020/21

#ClubGWW-OTL-OTLScoreP
1Russia6420024:816
2Czech Republic6300313:139
3Finland6200411:226
4Sweden6102312:175

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