King’s goal and assists in “Lausanne” victory in the Swiss Premier League match

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Latvian hockey team striker Ronalds Ķēniņš scored on Saturday and scored with a successful pass to the Swiss top league (NLA) plays a role inLausanne”Team to celebrate victory.

The Lausanne hockey players beat the Davos team 4: 3 (1: 1, 2: 1, 1: 1) on their field.

The king scored in the middle of the match when he was first at the rebound and reached 3: 2. In the sixth minute of the third period, after his pass, Brian Gibons strengthened the home team’s lead and later scored, which later turned out to be victorious.

The Latvian striker spent 16 minutes and 15 seconds on the ice in this match, during which he threw five times and scored a positive efficiency of +2. He has scored two goals and made two assists in four games this season, being the most productive player in the team, but the King is in 13th place in the whole league.

On the other hand, the Geneva Servette, represented by forward Denis Smirnov and defender Sands Smons, suffered the loss on Saturday and conceded to Ambri-Piotta at home with 2: 3 (0: 1, 2: 2, 0: 0). Smirnov played less than four minutes, but Monsoon less than two minutes.

The Langgau Tigers, represented by goalkeeper Ivars Punnenovs and striker Tom Anderson, who also conceded to the Biel-Bienne team at home with a 4: 5 (2: 2, 0: 1, 2: 0, 0: 1) overtime, also failed. Punnenov continues to heal the injury, but Anderson blocked one shot in nine minutes and 13 seconds and scored at a negative efficiency of -1.

Lausanne have scored nine points in four games in four games, Servette is seventh in five games with five points, and Tigers is the penultimate in two battles with 12 points.

Last season, the NLA tournament ended after the regular championship. For the second time in history and for the first time since 1940, the Swiss champion in hockey will not be crowned, but the top five teams received the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Champions League tournament tickets.

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