Round-up National League – Zug turns up late at Ambri – Geneva beats harmless HCD – Sport

Round-up National League – Zug turns up late at Ambri – Geneva beats harmless HCD – Sport – SRF

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  • Zug turns up late in the National League at Ambri and wins 3-2 after extra time.
  • In the second game of the evening, Geneva-Servette defeated Davos 4-0 at home.

Ambri – move 2: 3 nV

Ambri and Vorsprung against Zug, that just doesn’t want to work this season – at least in the home stadium. As in the first two home games against the champions, the Leventines did not manage the 3 points over time in the third attempt. Because Samuel Kreis only shot EVZ to victory in overtime, at least one point went to the Ambri account.

It had looked like 3 points for the Ticino for a long time. Dario Bürgler and Inti Pestoni set the course for victory with their hits in the starting third. The 2-0 lead lasted until the 46th minute when Fabrice Herzog used a rebound from Benjamin Conz. The key scene of the game followed in the 52nd minute. With a supposed “Big Save”, Conz thwarted Jan Kovar’s compensation. However, the referees watched the action for minutes on video and finally decided on goal. This is because Conz’s catching hand (and thus also the puck) is said to have been completely behind the goal line during the parade.

Geneva Servette – Davos 4-0

The Geneva team found their way back to victory 3 days after their defeat in Lausanne against a largely harmless HCD. Tanner Richard opened the score in the 5th minute. The shot of the Swiss international was given a curious trajectory by a deflector of Chris Egli from Davos; Gilles Senn in the HCD case was surprised. The Servettiens 2-0 also came off a bit happily. Sami Vatanen’s attempt to cross the pass came to a perfect conclusion in the 23rd minute, after a Davos player with Julian Schmutz had again decisively distracted the target. Shortly after the middle of the game, Marc-Antoine Pouliot made it 3-0 in a 1-on-1 with Senn.

The Davosers did not rake in the final section either. And so Dominic Nyffeler, on loan from Kloten, celebrated a shutout. The goalkeeper showed 18 saves. Josh Jooris made it 4-0 in the 48th minute. It was the 6th win out of the last 7 games for Geneva, which was getting better and better.

SRF two, ice hockey – highlights, January 11, 2022, 10:15 p.m.;

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