After the sensation against the Czech Republic, the Austrians succumbed to Norway, the Swedes defeated the Finns

The hockey players from native Finland lost to the Swedish Nordic Derby World Championship 2:3 after separate raids. The Austrians failed to follow through on Tuesday’s upset win over the Czech national team 2:1 after raids and lost to Norway 3:5.

The Finns suffered their first defeat in the fourth game of the tournament in Tampere. Thanks to this, the hitherto sovereign Three Crowns selection also escaped the reigning Olympic winners at the top of Group B by a one-point gap. Columbus forward Emil Bemström decided in the shootout.

The Swedes have deployed two new NHL reinforcements – forwards Jacob Peterson from Dallas and Carl Grundström from Los Angeles. At home, they were able to open the scoring for the home side when, after forging Mikael Granlund, Manninen found Hartikainen in the ring, but Hellberg fired his shot. Säteriho tried to defeat Friberg in the 6th minute after a hug. Hartikainen had another option when Bromy was sent off.

At 11:38 a.m., the Swedes rejoiced. Defenseman Adam Larsson circled the goal and sent the puck past Säteri for the left post. He could increase after a combination with Asplund Kellman. When Adam Larsson was sentenced, the Finns didn’t even use their second power play in the game.

In the 23rd minute, it could have been 2:0 for Sweden, as Grundström hit the opposite stick from the left circle. In the time of 23:38, however, the Finns experienced a settlement after the hesitation of Hellberg, who fell into the goal of Lehtonen’s throw. In the 26th minute, Suomi led the selection and Lehtonen was again in the game. On the left mantle pass, another Vatanen fullback came to the left post of Hellberg’s goal and scored easily. In the 35th minute, Lehtonen’s shot fell on the Swedish keeper, who however covered Lammikk’s shot.

In a tied Nordic derby, the Three Crowns side took a step forward in the 47th minute, when Gustafsson’s shot sped past Säterri Kellman. Less than three minutes before the end of the third period, Dahlin could have turned things around, but he headed from the position between the rings towards the post.

The five-minute setting did not decide, and Bemström was the only one of ten executors at the start of the second set to beat Säteri with a shot from a position between the rings.

The Norwegians before the Czechs

The Norwegians improved to five points from four matches and moved up to 4th place in the Group B table ahead of the Czech side. Forward Mats Rosseli Olsen contributed three points for two goals and an assist.

Norwegian striker Lilleberg got the first chance in the 5th minute, but Kickerta didn’t beat. Ken André Olimb went on the puck and the Austrians opened the scoring at 6:48. Heinrich scored from the blue line and the goal was still judged by Lawrence and Štolc after the Norwegians’ manager’s call confirmed the video, where they checked that Schneider had not attacked Haukeland in the box. goal.

The Norwegians received a two-minute penalty, but in the end they could be happy about it. In weakness, Rosseli Olsen escapes and equalizes. The situation did not change with the Norwegians being sent off again, as did the punishments of Schwinger and Thomas Raffl, in which Hoff got his chance at the end of the first game.

However, the Northerners scored a penalty goal from Raffl, which made it 2:1. Just a second after returning to the ice, Martinsen, who grabbed the puck after Johannesen’s unfinished finish, took it away. The Austrians took on a coaching challenge due to his contact with Kickert but failed. The subsequent dismissal did not increase the Norwegians’ lead and in the 27th minute, during Krogdahl’s time in the penalty box, he erased the loss with a shot from the right circle above the defender Haudum.

Trettenes was able to immediately restore the lead to Norway, but he didn’t touch the puck in front of the exposed goal. At 31:44, coach Petter Thoresen’s team was already looking forward to a happy goal. Hag’s spotted shot bounced off Röymark’s skate into Kickert’s back.

In the 43rd minute, the Austrian defender Wimmer was eliminated for five minutes and until the end of the match. Although Rosseli Olsen’s penalty shortened the long extra time, Schneider was guilty as well and the Norwegians went up in a five-for-three extra time thanks to Rosseli Olsen’s second goal in the game.

Thereafter, the Northerners defended against Jakobsson’s punishment, but when Röymark was sent off at 56:12, Schneider reduced. Kasper had two chances to equalize, but he didn’t use them and 13 seconds before the end on the power play on the empty goal, Rönnild finished the result.

Ice Hockey World Championship in Finland:

Group B (Tampere):

Norway – Austria 5:3 (1:1, 2:1, 2:1)

Goals and records: 8. Rosseli Olsen (KA Olimb), 21. Martinsen (Johannesen, Rosseli Olsen), 32. Röymark (Haga, Nörstebö), 48. Rosseli Olsen (Martinsen, KA Olimb), 60. Rönnild (Jakobsson) – 7. Heinrich (Wukowits, Schneider), 27. Haudum (Unterweger, Ganahl), 57. Schneider (Wukowits, Heinrich). Judges: Lawrence (CAN), Stolc (Switzerland) – Chaput (CAN), Obwegeser (Switzerland). Penalty: 6:3, plus Wimmer (AUT) 5 min. and until the end of the game. Usage: 1:2. Decay: 1:0. Participation: 6137.

Norway: Haukeland – Johannesen, Lilleberg, Krogdahl, Nörstebö, Rokseth, Klavestad, Kasastul – K. Olimb, Geheb, Rosseli Olsen – Röymark, Martinsen, Haga – Trettenes, Jakobsson, Hoff – Brekke Henriksen, Salsten, Rönnild. Coach: Peter Thoresen.

Austria: Kickert – Maier, Unterweger, Zündel, Heinrich, Wolf, Hackl, Wimmer – Lebler, Haudum, Kasper – Schneider, Nissner, T. Raffl – Feldner, Wukovits, Ganahl – Schwinger, Achermann, Huber – Brunner. Coach: Roger Bader.

Finland – Sweden 2:3 after Sat. raids (0:1, 2:0, 0:1 – 0:0)

Goals and records: 24. M. Lehtonen (Björninen, Anttila), 26. Vatanen (M. Lehtonen, Armia) – 12. A. Larsson (Peterson, Dahlin), 47. Kellman (E. Gustafsson, Ekman Larsson), decisive only. attacks Bemström. Judges: Ingram (CAN), MacFarlane – Briganti (both American), Van Oosten (CAN). Disqualification: 2:3. No Use. Attendance: 11,695.

Finland: Säteri – Hietanen, M. Lehtonen, Ohtamaa, Seppälä, Vatanen, Friman, Pokka – Hartikainen, S. Manninen, Mikael Granlund – Armia, V. Filppula, Rajala – J. Sallinen, Lammikko, H. Pesonen – Anttila, Björninen , Innale. Coach: Jukka Jalonen.

Sweden: Hellberg – A. Larsson, Dahlin, E. Gustafsson, Ekman Larsson, A. Lindholm, Tömmernes, Pudas – Bemström, Peterson, J. Nordström – Friberg, Kellman, Asplund – C. Klingberg, A. Bengtsson, Bromé – Grundström , Aman, O. Lang. Coach: Johan Garpenlov.

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