Swedish and Slovak women win tournaments

Swedish and Slovak women win tournaments

13 Feb 2012 | Henrik Lundqvist

In Oskarshamn the home team Sweden won a Women 4-Nations tournament last week. The Slovak women also won a 4-Nations tournament in Switzerland.

In Oskarshamn on the Swedish east coast the home team won all three games against Russia, Germany and Finland to win the 4-nation tournament for women.

The first game, against Russia, was the hardest one. Sweden had a 2-0 lead after half the game with goals from Erika Holst and Lina Wester, but Russia made it 1-2 through Ludmila Belyakova at 42:28. Elin Holmlöv, who had assisted on both Swedish goals, however made it 3-1 four minutes later to secure the Swedish 3-1 win. Holmlöv finished the tournament with 3 goals and 4 assists to win the scoring title two points ahead of team mates Erika Holst and Jenni Asserholt.

In the second game Sweden got a comfortable 6-0 win against Germany. Erika Holst scored twice and Danijela Rundqvst, Gizela Blom, Tina Enström and Lina Wester a goal each. Sara Grahn in the net saved all 15 German shots.

Against Finland in the third game Sweden needed a win to win the tournament. The game was still tied 0-0 after 29 minutes but then Gizela Blom made it 1-0. Jenni Asserholt and Elin Holmlöv also scored in the second period. In the third Elin Holmlöv scored again and Anna Borgqvist closed the scoring with a 5-0 goal at 57:37. This time it was the other Swedish goalie, Kim Martin, who earned the shut-out by saving 25 shots.

Finland beat Germany 3-1 and Russia also 3-1 to finish second. Russia then beat Germany 3-1 to finish third.

The Slovak women beat Switzerland 2-1, Austria 3-2 and Norway 3-1 to win the tournament in Eissportzentrum Oberthurgau. Switzerland finished second, Norway third and Austria who lost all three games ended up fourth.

Jana Kapustova scored 5 goals and added an assist to win the scoring title.
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