In the Finnish Ice Hockey League, perhaps the biggest interest was in Tampere on Friday, where Ilves and Tappara got together.

In the end, Ilves was stronger in the match and defeated Tappara’s 5-2 score.

Tupsukorvat started scoring right at the beginning of the match when, after two minutes played, Panu Mieho took Ilves to the 1-0 lead. The kill quickly rose to levels Sami Moilasen by hit, but Eetu Päkkilä mastered Ilves’ 2–1 lead during the opening round.

Ilves succeeded in scoring for the third time in the second set when Arttu Ruotsalainen directed a 3-1 lead goal. In the final round, 18-year-old striker Roby Järventie already took Ilves to the 4-1 lead, but Tappara came two goals away. Valtteri Kemiläinen by hitting.

However, Arttu Ruotsalainen finished 5–2 in the blank.

Earlier this week, his head coach Pekka Tirkkonen Jyväskylä JYP, which laid off, took a clean 4-4 home victory from Vaasa Sport.

Among other things, JYP only succeeded in the 16-year-old super promise in scoring Brad Lambert, for whom the hit was the first of his league career.

HPK took a crushing victory, Lock continued its strong course

In Hämeenlinna, HPK took a crushing victory when the Lahti Pelicans fell 7–2.

As a powerhouse of HPK, a voice Juuso Ikonen, who caught four passes in the match. As many as seven HPK players received two power points for their account in the match. With its victory, HPK rose out of the series.

Lukko continued his convincing grip in the Finnish Championship League when the people of Rauma won the Turku Palloseura’s 4–1 reading.

TPS went 1-0 in the opening round Markus Nurmen by hitting, but Lock took the win in the end Vili Saarijärven, Aleksi Saarelan, Roni Sevänen mixed Eetu Koivistoisen hits.

KooKoo returned to the road of victory when the people of Kouvola beat Mikkeli Jukurit 4-1. KooKoo had two consecutive losing matches.

KooKoon as power men stray Ahti Oksanen, who scored two goals for both Kasper Björkqvist and Kyle Platzer, which captured two power points.

The only hit by the Jukuri was made by the Russian talent Vitali Abramov.