Lausanne, represented by the king, beat Ambri-Piotta 3: 2 (0: 0, 2: 1, 1: 1) at home. The king spent 13 minutes and 34 seconds on the court, of which 23 seconds were spent in the majority, throwing twice on the goal and blocking the throw once.
The Latvian successfully scored the match in the 36th minute, Kristof Berči reaching 2: 0. Berči also won the match in this match, but Štefans Tobias blocked 30 away shots in the goal.
“Tigers” suffered a loss in the overtime, who lost 2: 3 (1: 0, 1: 2, 0: 0, 0: 1) to the team of Rapersville “Jonas Lakers” once represented by Punnenova.
In this duel, Punnenov repulsed 30 of the 33 opponents’ throws.
Tigers striker Tom Anderson threw once on the ice in the 11 minutes and 13 seconds, blocked two opponents’ shows and was at +/- minus one. Forward Rihards Melnalksnis played for ten minutes and 18 seconds, winning four of the nine throws and also getting to +/- minus one.
The guests took the lead twice, but Kevin Klark won the Rapersville team in the third minute of the extra time.
Lausanne has scored 17 points in eight games, followed by Denis Smirnov and Sands Smona’s Geneva Servette with nine points in five matches and the Tigers with three points in six duels in the last 12 teams.
Last season, the NLA tournament ended after a regular championship, so for the second time in history and for the first time since 1940, the Swiss champion in hockey was not crowned.
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