CHL is here

CHL is here

Henrik Lundqvist17 Aug 2016Henrik Lundqvist»
 

Yesterday the Champions Hockey League season started with four games. Yunost Minsk of Belarus won its first game ever in the CHL. One Finnish and two Swiss teams were also winners on day one.

 
 
 
 

HC Vitkovice Steel - Kärpät Oulu2-4
The first game to end saw Kärpät of Oulu in Finland as winner. Jesse Saarinen scored the first game of the entire CHL season at 7:52 and Kärpät was then ahead for all the game except for five and a half minute in the second period. Toni Kähkönen secured the win with his 2-4 goal in the empty net just one second before the end.

Yunost Minsk - BK Mladá Boleslav4-3
The game between Yunost of Belarus and Mlada Boleslav of Czech Republic was close all the way but when Yunost got a two-man advantage close to the end Viktor Turkin scored the winner.

HC Kosice - SC Bern3-6
Bern took the lead already in the second minute against Kosice on a goal by Luca Hischier. The Swiss team then controlled the game and won comfortably 6-3.

ZSC Lions - ERC Ingolstadt2-0
Lukas Flüeler of Zürich was the only goalie to earn a shutout on the opening day when he saved 26 shots from Ingolstadt players. Reto Schäppi and Patrik Bärtschi scored the goals in the game between two Swedish coaches; Hans Wallson (Bern) and Tommy Samuelson (Ingolstadt).

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