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Geneve-Servette, Salavat Yulaev Ufa Scoreless in Spengler Cup Finals

Geneve-Servette believed they had the first goal of the contest just three minutes in. Taylor Pyatt, one of the best players in the entire Spengler Cup, rushed in and took a quick wrister on Leland Irving, a goal that appeared to make it’s way in. However, Daniel Rubin of GSHC was knocked into Irving and the whistle was blown dead before the puck was seen to cross over the line...
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December 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Spengler Cup Finals Preview: Ufa Hoping to Stop GSHC From Second Straight Title

Salavat Yulaev Ufa (3-1-0) Roster VS  Genève-Servette HC (3-0-0) Roster When: December 31st, 2014, h. 12:00 (5:55am EST) Where: Vaillant Arena, Davos What: Spengler Cup Finals TV: Schweizer Fernsehen in Switzerland, TSN in Canada, Sport1 Channel in Russia, Nova Sport in Czech Republic and Slovakia, Nuvolari in Italy and Ky in Mexico. ————————————...
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December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Swedish Attack Gives Davos 2-0 Lead After Opening Period

With just under five minutes off the clock, HC Davos got the home crowd buzzing with an early goal. The goal didn’t come from a Davos club team player, but instead from Swedish-born rental player Nicklas Danielsson. To record the goal, Danielsson took the puck from fellow reinforcement Niklas Persson and tricked Leland Irving into getting into the butterfly early. By the time Danielsson...
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December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Late First Period Goal by Dimitriy Semin Gives Ufa 1-0 Lead

The first period saw some incredible back-and-forth action between the two KHL clubs. In the one meeting between the two teams earlier this year, Ufa, one of the better teams in the Russian league, defeated the Croatian-based Zagreb club 3-1, with an empty netter to end the game. That game was a close one, and that’s how the game started off on Monday, with both teams trading scoring...
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December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Salavat Yulaev Ufa Leads 2-1 After Period of Strange Bounces

It only took 16 seconds into Jokerit’s seventh ever Spengler Cup to take the 1-0 lead. Right off the bat, Niko Kapanen won the faceoff and passed the puck to Niklas Hagman, who dropped puck over to Eetu Poysti. Poysti then sent the puck over softly in what looked like an attempt to get a rebound due to him in being on a poor angle in the offensive zone. Unfortunately for Ufa...
Via The Hockey House
December 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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