Timrå wins Sweden’s most classic pre season tournament

Timrå wins Sweden’s most classic pre season tournament

03 Sep 2011 | Fredrik Pålsson
 

SCA Cupen was played for the 38th time and Timrå IK won the pre season tournament for the fourth year in a row

 
 
 
 
Timrå had a difficult season in Elitserien and after a silly season that didn't please many experts and fans they are expected to have a another difficult season during the upcoming 2011/2012 season. However the start of the pre season has been very good and the team has only lost one game so far.

In SCA Cupen that was played for the 38th time they won all three games. At first they defeated Elitserien rivals MoDo at home in E.ON Arena 3-2. The rest of the tournament was played in Sundsvall, about 20 km south of Timrå. In their second game of the tournament Timrå defeated Brynäs 3-1. In the final game of the tournament Timrå played Sundsvall, the local river who plays in the Sweden's second tier Hockeyallsvenskan. Sundsvall took the lead 1-0 but Timrå turned things around and 4-1 after an impressive effort by Timrå's biggest signing of the silly season Petr Vampola.

Petr Vampola was also awarded the best forward of the tournament award with team mate Joakim Lundström getting the hounors as best goalie. Brynäs finished second in the tournament after being MoDo 5-3 on the final day. Brynäs' Simon Bertilsson was selected best defender of the tournament.

MoDo had a bad tournament and placed third after they only managed to beat Sundsvall, 2-0 in a game that either team could have won.
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