25 Oct 2012  |  Regular season  |  Synergia-areena Jyväskylä
JYP Jyväskylä7-2 SaiPa Lappeenranta
Periods:
Shots:
2-1
(19-18)
2-0
(24-15)
3-1
(17-16)
 
Total: 60-49
Referees: Jukka Hakkarainen, Mikko Vanninen  |  Spectators: 3690
 
Goals and assists
01:05|home||1-0|Petr Hubáček
15:51|away|PPG|1-1|Roberts Jekimovs (Anssi Löfman, Antti Bruun)
18:23|home||2-1|Antti-P Jaatinen (Eric Perrin, Ramzi Abid)
23:38|home|PPG|3-1|Jyrki Välivaara (Ossi Louhivaara)
25:49|home||4-1|Ossi Louhivaara (Petr Hubáček, Corey Quirk)
50:42|home||5-1|Ossi Louhivaara (Yohann Auvitu, Petr Hubáček)
56:31|home|PPG|6-1|Ramzi Abid (Eric Perrin, Kristian Näkyvä)
57:45|away||6-2|Markus Poukkula (Stefano Giliati, Jere Pulli)
59:42|home|PPG|7-2|Antti-P Jaatinen (Ossi Louhivaara, Miika Lahti)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Joni Myllykoski|25|2|60:00|92.00
Tuomas Tarkki||||
Name SA GA MIN %
Jani Nieminen|38|7|60:00|81.58
Richard Ullberg||||
 
 
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 24 May 2017 |  Jonas Westerling  (F)
     
    Södertälje SKarrowSheffield Steelers
  2. 23 May 2017 |  Philipp De Paly  (F)
     
    Ravensburg TowerstarsarrowESV Kaufbeuren Joker
  3. 23 May 2017 |  Simon Steiner  (D)
     
    TEV Miesbacharrowunknown
  4. 23 May 2017 |  Markus Kankaanranta  (F)
     
    TEV Miesbacharrowunknown
  5. 23 May 2017 |  Jan Trojan  (F)
     
    TEV Miesbacharrowunknown
  6. 23 May 2017 |  Andreas Magg  (G)
     
    EC Peitingarrowunknown
  7. 23 May 2017 |  Marc-Michael Henne  (G)
     
    ESV Kaufbeuren JokerarrowEC Peiting

Leagues

Czech Rep.:  Tipsport extraliga | 1.liga | 2.liga

Finland:  Liiga | Mestis

Germany:  DEL | DEL2

Russia:  KHL | VHL

Slovakia:  Tipsport Extraliga | 1.liga

Sweden:  SHL | HockeyAllsvenskan

Switzerland:  NLA | NLB

Other:  EBEL | Belarus | Croatia | Denmark | Estonia | France | Great Britain | Iceland | Italy | Latvia | Lithuania | MOL-liga | Norway | Poland | Romania | Serbia | Slovenia | Spain | NHL | AHL |

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