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Pardubice Hockey Team Loses 0:4 in Champions League Quarter-Final

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The opening quarter-final match of the Champions League against Rauma did not work out for the Pardubice hockey players – they lost 0:4 after just seventeen minutes, and will go into Tuesday’s rematch in Finland with a two-goal deficit.

The beginning was like a Stephen King horror movie…

Roman Will scored from the Pardubice goal after nine minutes and one second, and even Milan Klouček did not stop the opponent’s initial onslaught – the guests were leading 4:0 after seventeen minutes.

Pardubice from the domestic league, in which they dominate and reign supreme in the table, are not used to something like this.

However, Václav Varadi’s men showed inner strength, after a crazy start they managed to bring the match to an acceptable end. After two Canadian points, they contributed to it

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Rematch is scheduled for next Tuesday on the ice of Rauma. On the same day, the second remaining Czech representative in the Champions League will make up for the shortfall in the quarter-final series: the home environment can also help the Vítkovics against the Swiss Rapperswil.


Goals and saves: 18. Radil (Sedlák), 20. Košťálek (Kousal, Zohorna), 56. Mandát (Vála, Poulíček), 58. Kousal (Radil, Čerešňák) – 2. Alamri (Tieksola, Abt), 4. Tieksola (Repo, Reunanen ), 10. Nieminen, 17. Fontaine (Abt, Tieksola), 30. Mon. Westerholm (Pa. Westerholm, Stenqvist), 54. Burke (Mattila).
Referee: Tscherrig, Hürlimann – Hynek, Svoboda.
Exclusion: 7:6.
Use: 2:1.
Shots on goal: 38:21.
Spectators: 4 129.
The best players: Jan Košťálek – Tuukka Tieksola.
HC Dynamo Pardubice: Will (from 10. Klouček) – Dvořák, Musil, Vála, Kolář, Cheresňák, Košťálek, Bučko, Hrádek – Hyka, Sedlák, Poulíček, Kaut, Říčka, Paulovič, Radil, Zohorna, Cienciala, Mandát, Kousal. Coach: Spare parts.
Lock Rauma: Lebedeff – Stenqvist, Reunanen, Pa. Westerholm, Nyman, Krannila, Po. Westerholm, Järvinen, Almari, Tieksola, Burke, Abt, Ikonen, Brook, Mattila, Ervasti, Piipponen, Hämäläinen, Repo, Nieminen, Fontaine. Coach: Heat.

Feedback from the assistant coach of Pardubice

Marek Zadina: “We didn’t start the match well. We pulled the short end of the stick, we fell off the pace and the opponent was better in every aspect. He was faster, more assertive, combined better. Against such an opponent, the result turns badly in our side. It was great that we came back into the match with power-play goals, it was an impulse for the team that we kept some contact. Unfortunately, we got to 5:2 and then to 6:2, but I think that the third period was not bad from our point of view, we had movement there, we were able to outskate the opponent and push in the attacking zone. We scored two goals from that, which is great. The result 6:4 is obviously a loss, but you still play for something in the second game and we will prepare for it and be better in that game.”

Cut of the match

Rematches of the CHL quarterfinals

Tuesday 12 December – 2nd leg of the quarter-finals:
17:30 Lukko Rauma – HC Dynamo Pardubice (6:4)
18:00 HC VÍTKOVICE RIDERA – Rapperswil-Jona Lakers (1:2)
19:00 Färjestads BK – Skellefteå AIK (4:3)
19:00 Växjö Lakers – Généve-Servette HC (1:4)

The standings of the quarterfinal series are shown in parentheses.

Other CHL playoff dates

Semi-finals – 1st matches: 9 and 10 January 2024
Semi-finals – 2nd matches: 16 and 17 January 2024
Finals: February 20, 2024

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