ZSKA, who won six of their previous eight matches, got the start they wanted for their visit to Helsinki when Anton Slepyshev escaped the run and took the Muscovites to the lead as early as 57 seconds after the game.
The jokers ’response came at 5.38 when Brian O’Neill bait to the blue line David Sklenickalle, this shot was just wide Jesse Joensuu guided the puck to ZSKA’s goal.
At the start of the second round, the Jokers got to play for a minute and five seconds with five against three, but the superiority of the two men didn’t pay off.
The result, instead, came with the next superiority when I returned to the lineup Eeli Tolvanen bait defender With Mikko Lehtonen and Veli-Matti Savinainen directed ZSKA’s goalkeeper past Lehtonen’s shot in front of the goal Alexander Sharychenkovin.
Lehtonen, who plays in the Jokers on loan from the NHL club Toronto Maple Leafs, has accumulated 6 (3 + 3) power points in four games.
At the start of the final round, KHL’s reigning champion reached the levels when the Joker striker Julius Junttila lost the disc in the middle. Sergei Andronov caught their opponents out with a clever counterattack down the right wing Janis Kalninsin from the shield side in.
The actual playing time was only 2.52 when Andrei Svetlakov got the puck in front of the Jokerie goal and hit with a quick reversal shot to read 2-3.
At the end, the Jokers sought a handicap with six field players without a goalkeeper and Dmitry Samorukov got to raise from their territory to empty final readings 2–4.
The Jokers have played four matches and won three of them. One loss KHL condemned to the Jokers when the team did not travel to the opening match of the season in Minsk, Belarus.