01 Oct 2014  |  Regular season  |  Trio Arena - Tikkurila Vantaa
Kiekko-Vantaa2-6 JYP-Akatemia
Periods:
Shots:
0-2
( - )
0-2
( - )
2-2
( - )
Referees: -  |  Spectators: 651
 
Goals and assists
10:47|away||0-1|Kalle Saramäki (Julius Nättinen, Joel Sund)
16:36|away|PPG|0-2|Markus Nenonen (Kalle Saramäki, Topi Nättinen)
24:08|away||0-3|Juuso Pulli (Julius Nättinen)
32:06|away|PPG|0-4|Markus Nenonen (Topi Nättinen, Olli Aitola)
42:23|away||0-5|Topi Nättinen (Joose Antonen, Olli Aitola)
47:51|home||1-5|Atte Mäkinen (Julius Rantaeskola)
50:51|away|PPG|1-6|Samu Markkula (Joonas Sammalmaa, Julius Nättinen)
52:50|home||2-6|Micke-Max Åsten (Juha Tarkkanen, Samuli Valvisto)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Kevin Lankinen||||
Noora Räty||||
Name SA GA MIN %
Juhana Aho||||
Veini Vehviläinen||||
 
 
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 26 May 2018 |  Carmine Guerriero  (G)
     
    Atlanta GladiatorsarrowHC Brest Albatros
  2. 26 May 2018 |  Robin Gren  (D)
     
    Mora IKarrowSurahammars IF
  3. 26 May 2018 |  Carl Hjälm  (G)
     
    Östersunds IKarrowKiruna AIF
  4. 26 May 2018 |  Marcus Runnkvist  (F)
     
    Vännäs HCarrowKiruna AIF
  5. 26 May 2018 |  Joël Fröhlicher  (D)
     
    EHC OltenarrowEHC Basel
  6. 26 May 2018 |  Jakub Meliško  (D)
     
    HK Dukla MichalovcearrowBordeaux GHC
  7. 26 May 2018 |  Ludvig Martinsson  (D)
     
    HC Vita HästenarrowKalmar HC

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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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