You see. 25 minutes after the match. Trenčín’s Dukla captain, Tomáš Starosta, hit a puck’s ball past Zvolen from the middle of the rink.
Two seconds later, he was surprised to receive congratulations from his teammates. His attempt surprised Robin Ram.
At the moment, the 40-year-old veteran tied 2: 2. After the match, he came among the depressed journalists. Dukla lost the goal in the 58th minute 2: 3.
“It wasn’t a nice goal, he was happy. I got a disc, shot and fell between the goalkeeper’s legs. It was an important moment for us, we settled down and got back to the match. I’m so sorry we couldn’t get a point. We didn’t deserve to lose,” the mayor said.
Zvulin led 2-0 after the opening period, and the home team replaced the goalkeeper before the second half. Brett Ben Bowns replaced Michel Valent, who sent in a cheap second goal from behind his back.
The Great Britain champion from the last world championship showed great performances. Only the young Marosh Jeldichka eventually beat him. The video referee should have scored his goal.
And so Ducla asserted that she was groping her way. I’ve only scored two points in my last four games. “We will score goals. We hit the goal in the fifth and sixth attempt from a clear chance. On the contrary, we collect unnecessary goals.”
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“We simply knew it back then. Not only in matches, but also in training to pass everything. They fought and left everything on the ice.”
By the way, his goal on the rink was not the only one in the match. The guest defender, Peter Hrashko, also tried it from the red line, and in the third period, Aldrich Kotvan Zvolen supported from his blue line. Bowes cleared his attempt with great difficulty.
His opponent Ram scored a cheap goal but scored another victory. He has 12 of them, most of them are goalkeepers.
By the way, the Swedish goalkeeper started his 21st game of the season. He has caught all Zvolen matches so far.
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