Biel – Bern 3:2

All of those, the defender Miika Koivisto fret for weeks over the form of weak SCB, are likely to not believe your eyes. Against Biel a new man for the first time on the ice. His name is Andrew MacDonald, and to ensure peace and stability. Yet, somehow, the defender seems to have the experience of 609 NHL games (for the Islanders and Philadelphia) misunderstood something. MacDonald, who played for years with Mark Streit in the same team, holds the same in the first use after 66 seconds of the first penalty. While the 33-Year-old sitting out because of a holding on Anssi Salmela, shoots of the fin means to its residents in governance. But for MacDonald it is even thicker: Shortly before the third, he needs to end again for a Hold out. And again, Biel strikes. Twice, Mark Arcobello balances. Bern is in the second section the better Team and has three minutes before the end of a pole shot out of luck. Toni Rajala is not then ensures that it goes to a point. The Finn meets 17.9 seconds before the end, offset Biel in ecstasy.

– Inti Pestoni is father for the second Time. Date of birth would have been on Friday. The maintainer hats on his cell phone. However, this can take the striker from the second third of the self. Pestoni, who was finally able to travel and in the last 3 matches, 5 goals, is injured.

Toni Rajala (Biel). The Super-fin is a godsend for the Zeeland and always ready when it needs him.

– Andrew MacDonald (Bern). 2 penalties. 2 goals.

3. Salmela (PP) 1:0. 8. Arcobello (Ebbett, Rüfenacht/PP) 1:1. 19. Rajala (Fuchs, Rathgeb/PP) 2:1. 34. Arcobello (Rüfenacht, Moser) 2:2. 60. (59:43) Rajala (Salmela, Hiller) 3:2.

Davos – Fribourg 3:1

It is going to create now is the turn, had to Fribourg coach/head of sports, Christian Dubé this week on the view said Interview clear. But Gottéron in the second game under the coach-Trio Dubé/Pink/Simpson without countable. Fribourg is playing with passion, that much is true. And turns out in the defence as a solid – but across the Board good performance of the team in Davos do not succeed. In the first section of the HCD moves with stupendous ease the threads, but only thanks to a late Powerplay goal with a draw in the first break. Because the game shares a bizarre result.

After the break, the HCD, however, pace, aggression and precision from the game, loses in the own Zone most of the two fights, and has a bit of luck, that the guests are coming in the forward movement only with difficulty in the swing. Some with good Timing, fired remote shots over goals to just a hair sharp of the box of the Grisons, or be defused by the excellent Van Pottelberghe. On the opposite side Aeschlimann benefits of a horrendous misplaced pass Vauclairs, as this plays the disc unnecessarily cross. Directly on the floor of the lurking Davos striker.

The conclusion from the point of view of the guests? The Coaching Trio that wants to be concerned for the turnaround, after two Games without points and with only one scored a hit (!) there. A course correction can be the speech. Up to now everything is worse than before.

The striker Mattias Tedenby (HCD), Daniel Brodin and Viktor Stalberg (both Gottéron) yesterday, taken by Markus Akerblom, the wizard of the new Swedish national team Coach Johan Garpenlöv, under the magnifying glass. Also present: Austria’s national team Coach Roger Bader. He sees, as Benjamin Baumgartner 4. Season hits.

Van Pottelberghe (Davos). Calm, composed and at any time, at the height of the task.

– Vauclair (Gottéron). Disastrous Misplaced Pass.

12. Marti (Lhotak) 0:1. 20. Tedenby (Rantakari, Corvi/PP) 1:1. 38. Aeschlimann 2:1. 50. Baumgartner (Duke) 3:1.

Servette – Ambri 3:1

Ambri-Piotta is the best Team in the League – measured in terms of the achieved goals in number! With a short hander the Leventiner go against Servette in the lead – is the third of the season. Curiously, the emergence of is, because the goal scorer Matt D’agostini utilized quasi his own Pass from behind the goal in the front then. Only thanks to Dottis misplaced pass can compensate for the Geneva. With a Big Save Ambri Goalie Hrachovina keeps his Team for now, in front of a residue. However, the Servettiens continue to have the better chances. Defender Tömmernes utilized two of them to victory.

– Henrik Tömmernes (Servette). With his first two goals in one season, the Swede leads his Team to victory.

– Simon Le Coultre (Servette). The young defender caught it on a bad night on the blue line. In the Powerplay of the 20 loses-Year-old there, the disc and the Leventiner realize the short hander to take the lead. And in the final third, he pushes from the blue line, wants to shoot towards the goal and hits the nearly three meters in front of him, the Biancoblu Fabio Hofer full in the face.

gates: 2. D’Agostini (Trisconi/SH!) 0:1. 20. (19:41) Winnik 1:1. 44. Tömmernes (Rod) 2:1. 60. (59:14) Tömmernes (PP/into an empty net) 3:1.

Lausanne – ZSC Lions 1:3

There are already 18 Assists, Garrett Roe now has in the account. With 22 points, he is currently the NL-Topskorer. But before he decides, with his brilliant passes, the game slides the ZSC-flywheel loose 1:0: Chic, how he and his accomplice, Suter lead the counterattack. Roes second string of the Pass Numbers is through the Lausanne Box, the Pettersson with a direct shot ends up full. Such a Powerplay, and such a efficiency, the Vaud dream of countries only. You fail repeatedly at Goalie Flüeler, marriage Noreau is to Pass from Roe with the 3:0 the game the air out. S

Lukas Flüeler is already in front of his second Shutout in a row and the second against Lausanne this season, as Bertschy 3 seconds before the end hits. Thus, the Keeper of the Leader is defeated after 145 minutes and 28 seconds.

Garrett Roe (ZSC). Shines with three Skorerpunkten and even more wonderful passes.

Christoph Bertschy (Lausanne). The home team launched a spirited attack. But then the national team, the striker plays an inaccurate back pass that leads to a submission to the ZSC-counter-and for the first goal.

3. Roe (Suter) 0:1. 17. Pettersson (Roe, Noreau/PP) 0:2. 37. Noreau (Roe) 0:3. 60. Bertschy (Junland/without goalkeepers) 1:3.