The top match of Friday’s Finnish Championship League round was the encounter between Rauma Luko and Oulu Kärppi.
Home team Lock’s tough defender Miska Kukkonen consumed the cooler bench right on the contract. In the opening round, Kukkonen took two camping ice.
The second round had been played a minute when the door of the ice rink was open again. The rooster was driven by a fly star Jesse Puljujärven near the edge and was sentenced to detention. Puljujärvi fell towards the side with concern, but was not seriously injured.
However, the superiority of the flies stalled, and the fourth attempt of the evening dried up in a pile at the beginning of the second batch.
The second batch had just over 10 minutes left after the fall sensation pack Vili Saarijärvi fired Lock’s lead. The hit was fourth for Saarijärvi, who leads the defenders’ points exchange.
A couple of minutes later, Europe roared again in the Kivikylä ice rink. Robin Press fired from the line, and the puck fluttered behind the mask Patrik Rybarin from the mattresses in. The situation was 2-0 for Luko.
The lynx hit the bottom of the gas
In Tampere, Ilves got a strong start against Vaasan Sport, even though the guests took the lead first. Joose Antonen, Ville Meskanen and Roby Järventie cannoned Ilves to the 3–1 lead in the opening round.
Head coach of the sport Risto Dufva used the overtime after Ilves’ 2-1 goal.
Meskanen increased the lead in the second installment, and immediately afterwards Teemu Lepaus plagued Sport more. The scoreboard already showed 5–1 in 30.12.