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Brynäs storms towards SHL return – after the new victory

Brynäs continues to dominate in the hockey Allsvenskan playoffs. Now the Gävle team is just one game away from moving up to the SHL. That after winning match three at Hovet with 6-3.

Djurgården is really bad in the final of the Hockeyallsvenskan. After losing match three at home, the Stockholmers now have a tough task to say the least. If there is to be any advancement already this year, Djurgården must make history and become the first Swedish team ever to turn around a 0-3 deficit in matches.

In match three, it only took twelve seconds before Wiktor Nilsson received a match penalty for a tough tackle on Simon Bertilsson. The veteran defender was lying in pain at the same time as the referees chose to take a match penalty.

To make matters worse for Djurgården, Kevin Karlsson immediately went on a two-minute penalty for delaying the game, and it was a five-on-three game for two minutes. Djurgården managed to kill both minutes and also managed to concede a goal in the entire five minutes.

Instead, Linus Klasen gave the home team the lead at the end of the first period. A lead that carried into the second act.

The overrun in the second period

There, however, the away team took over completely.

1-1 came via Oliver Tärnström, 1-2 via via Jordie Benn, 1-3 via Noel Nordh and 1-4 from Tyler Vesel’s stick. Four quick goals that killed the energy of the home team.

In the third, Djurgården made an early attempt to come back, and they also came really close. Marcus Krüger had an open goal, but hit the inside of the post. Speaking for the final series and game three.

Instead of a reduction of the home team, Theo Lindstein then flicked in 5-1.

Killed all hope

Djurgården got some life again when Anton Gradin responded quickly with a 5-2 goal. With just over four minutes left in the match, 5-3 also came via Ludvig Rensfeldt. The energy returned to Hovet, but it was short-lived. With a 6-3 goal in an empty net by Tyler Vesel, Brynäs killed the hope once and for all.

Now the Gävle team has the chance to close the series on Tuesday at Hovet. If Djurgården is to turn this around, they must now do something that no other team in Swedish ice hockey history has succeeded in doing.

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