Zurich and Romands triumph, bitter afternoon for the Bernese

Bad debut for SCB coach Toni Söderholm, and Langnau and Biel also lose. The two representatives from Zurich and the western Swiss can celebrate.

ZSC Lions – Davos 4: 3 nP

HC Davos made up for a 0:3 deficit against ZSC Lions in the last ten minutes of the final third. 15 seconds before the end of regulation time, HCD made it 3-3 with six field players through Denis Rasmussen.

But in the end the Lions won 4:3 after a penalty shootout and kept their unbeaten streak after five games in the new stadium.

Davos' Michael Fora, left, fights for the puck against Zurich's Patrick Geering, right, during the National League ice hockey game between ZSC Lions and HC Davos on Saturday, November 19, 2022, in...

Davos’ Michael Fora, left, battles Zurich’s Patrick Geering for the puck.Image: cornerstone

ZSC Lions – Davos 4:3 (1:0, 2:0, 0:3, 0:0) nP
12,000 viewers. – SR Tscherrig/Piechaczek (GER), Wolf/Huguet.

Feature: 10. Bodenmann (Texier) 1:0. 33 Riedi (Lehtonen, Wallmark) 2-0. 39 Lehtonen (Wallmark, Riedi) 3-0. 51. Wise 3:1. 58 Knak (Paschoud) 3-2. 60. (59:45) Rasmussen (Corvi) 3: 3 (without goalkeeper). – Penalty shootout: Nordstrom -, Texier -; Bristedt 0-1, Andrighetto 1-1; Ambühl -, Wallmark -; Corvi 1:2, Hollenstein 2:2; Stransky-, Azevedo 3:2.
Punish: none against ZSC Lions, 2 times 2 minutes against Davos.
PostFinanzas top scorer: Lehtonen; Stransky.

ZSC Lions: Hrubec; Weber, Lehtonen; Kukan, Marti; Phil Baltisberger, Gering; Trutman; Riedi, Wallmark, Texier; Azevedo, Lammikko, Andrighetto; Bodenmann, Sigrist, Hollenstein; Chris Baltisberger, Schäppi, Bachofner; Okay.
Davos: employee; Minder, Dahlbeck; Forums, Jung; Barandún, Paschoud; rubanic; Ambühl, Rasmussen, Bristedt; Stransky, Corvi, Nordstrom; Wieser, Prassl, Knak; Dirt, Chris Egli, Nussbaumer; Canova.

Observations: ZSC Lions without Roe (excess foreigner), Davos without Dominik Egli, Frehner, Russo and Wellinger (all injured). Davos from 58:06 to 59:45 without a goalkeeper.

Kloten – Biel 5:2

Kloten’s Arttu Ruotsolainen became the first four-goal scorer of the season. The Finn scored four times in a 5-2 win over second-placed Biel, including twice when outnumbered.

He doubled Ruotsalainen’s previous season’s tally of two goals in a single game. The defeated Biel conceded the fourth defeat in a row after the previous club record ten successes in a row.

Biel's goalkeeper Harri Saeteri concedes for the 2-1 score during the National League Championship match between EHC Kloten and EHC Biel on Saturday, November 19, 2022, at Stimo Arena in ...

Biel goalkeeper Harri Saeteri conceded for 2-1.Image: cornerstone

Kloten – Biel 5: 2 (0: 1, 3: 1, 2: 0)
6532 viewers. – SR Stolc (SVK)/Hürlimann, Cattaneo/Duc.

Feature: 12. Brunner (Grossmann, Cunti) 0:1. 22. Swedish (Lindemann) 1:1. 24. Swedish (Reinbacher) 2:1. 35. Swedish (Ekestahl-Jonsson, Aaltonen/bei 5 gegen 3) 3:1. 37. Hischier (Brunner, Yakovenko/Powerplayer) 3:2. 43. Acts 4:2. 45. Swedish (Ekestahl-Jonsson, Aaltonen/Powerplaytor) 5:2.
Punish: 4 times 2 minutes against Kloten, 7 times 2 minutes against Biel.
PostFinanzas top scorer: The; Höfer.

balls: Zurkirchen; Kellenberger, Reinbacher; Steiner, Ekestahl-Jonsson; Kindchi, Nodari; Peltonen; Meyer, Aaltonen, Swedish; Ang, Faille, Marchon; Schreiber, Lindemann, Simic; Altorfer, Ness, Loosly; Player.
biel: Ray; Rathgeb, Loov; Yakovenko, Grossman; Schneeberger, Forster; Delémont; Hischier, Sallinen, Rajala; Hofer, Tanner, Olofsson; Brunner, Cunti, Kunzle; Kessler, Froidevaux, Bartschi; Reinhard.

Observations: Kloten without Obrist and Schmaltz (both injured), Biel without Haas (injured) and Schläpfer (ill).

Zug – Lausanne 2:3 aet

Under new manager Geoff Ward, Lausanne posted their first win in two games. Canadian Daniel Audette scored the 2-1 win for Vaud after extra time in Zug. Lausanne stopped EV Zug, who had won five times in a row, and also won the second game of the season against the Swiss centre-back.

Zug's Sven Leuenberger, center, against Lausanne's PostFinance top scorer Jason Fuchs, right, in the National League ice hockey qualifying game between EV Zug and Lausanne HC on Saturday, November 10.

Sven Leuenberger against Lausanne top scorer Jason Fuchs (right)Image: cornerstone

Zug – Lausanne 2:3 (1:1, 0:1, 1:0, 0:1) aet
6958 viewers. – SR Lemelin (CAN)/Urban (AUT), Altmann/Burgy.​

Feature: 14. (13:25) Frick 0:1. 15. (14:12) Allenspach (Muggli, Vogel) 1:1. 33. Emmerton (Panik, Kovacs) 1:2. 47.Zehnder 2:2. 61. (60:42) Audette (Gernat) 2:3.
Punish: 3 times 2 minutes against Zug, 2 times 2 minutes against Lausanne.
PostFinanzas top scorer: Kovar; Fuchs.

Zug: Genoni; Geisser, Djoos; Hanson, Stadler; smurf, circle; Bird; Simion, Kovar, Hofmann; Martschini, Senteler, Cehlarik; Zehnder, Leuenberger, Herzog; Muggli, Allenspach, Neumann, De Nisco.
Lausanne: Punnenov; Gernat, Genazzi; Jelovac, Frick; Holdener, Marti; sidler; Riat, Fuchs, Sekac; Kovacs, Emmerton, Panik; Bozon, Audette, Kenins; Hugli, Almond, Pedretti.

Observations: Lausanne without Glauser, Heldner, Krakauskas (all injured), Raffl and Salomäki (both foreign extras).

Bern – Freiburg 1:3

Friborg-Gottéron screwed up coach Toni Söderholm’s debut at SC Bern. The Romands win the Zähringer Derby 3-1.

Freiburg’s winning goal to make it 2-1 was scored by Samuel Walser eight minutes before the end of regulation time.

Gotteron's goalie Connor Hughes in action during the National League ice hockey championship match between SC Bern and HC Friborg Gotteron on Saturday, November 19, 2022 at the PostFinance Arena i...

Gotteron goalkeeper Connor Hughes in action.Image: cornerstone

Bern – Freiburg-Gottéron 1:3 (0:1, 1:0, 0:2)
17’031 viewers. – SR Stricker/Mollard, Obwegeser/Kehrli.

Feature: 6. Sprunger (Desharnais, Mottet/Powerplaytor) 0:1. 40. (39:06) Sceviour (Ennis, Moser/Powerplaytor) 1:1. 52. Walser (Jecker) 1:2. 59. Sörensen 1:3 (ins leere Tor).
Punish: 3 times 2 minutes against Bern, 4 times 2 minutes against Freiburg-Gottéron.
PostFinanzas top scorer: Loeffel; Bertschy.

Bern: Wuthrich; Untersander, Colin Gerber; Loeffel, Zgraggen; Goloubef, Beat Gerber; pineapple; Fahrni, Sceviour, Moser; Bugs, Lindberg, Ennis; Scherwey, Bader, Bartschi; Fuss, Baumgartner, Ritzmann; nes.
Freiburg-Gotteron: Hugs; Gunderson, Jecker; Diaz, Vainio; Sutter, Chavaillaz; string maker Marchon, Schmid, De la Rose; Bykow, Walser, Jörg; Kuokkanen, Bertschy, Mottet; Sprunger, Desharnais, Sorensen; rossi

Observations: Bern without Gelinas, Mika Henauer, Kahun, Lehmann, Ryser (all injured) and DiDomenico (suspended), Freiburg-Gottéron without Berra, Binias, Dufner (all injured) and Rask (excess foreigner). Bern from 58:34 to 58:48 and from 59:14 without a goalkeeper. Friborg-Gottéron from 24:45 to 25:54 without a goalkeeper.

SCL Tigers – Ambri 3:4 nV

Filip Chlapik scored three goals for Ambri-Piotta on Saturday. As a result, Leventine defeated SCL Tigers 4:3 after extra time. The Czech’s game-winning goal came 34 seconds before the end of extra time.

Tigers Miro Zryd, center, in action for the puck against Ambris Dario Buergler, left, during the National League qualifying game between the SCL Tigers and HC Ambri-Piotta, Saturday, May 19. ...

The Tigers’ Miro Zryd (center) in the fight for the puck against Ambris Dario Bürgler.Image: cornerstone

SCL Tigers – Ambri-Piotta 3:4 (0:1, 1:1, 2:1, 0:1) nV
5596 viewers. – SR Kohlmüller (GER)/Hungerbühler, Steenstra (CAN)/Stalder.​

Feature: 12. Clapik (Spacek, Heed) 0:1. 25. (24:10) Clapik (Spacek, Fischer) 0:2. 26. (25:56) Rohrbach (Saarijärvi) 1:2. 42. Kneubuehler (Bürgler, McMillan/Powerplaytor) 1:3. 57. Saarijarvi 2:3. 59. Saarijärvi (Eakin) 3:3 (including Torhüter). 65. (64:26) Clapik (Spacek) 3:4.
Punish: 3 times 2 minutes against SCL Tigers, 4 times 2 minutes against Ambri-Piotta.
PostFinanzas top scorer: Michaelis; Spacek.

SCL Tigers: Boltshauser; Lepisto, Schilt; Saarijärvi, Grossniklaus; Guggenheim, Zryd; of Huguen; Lapinskis, Michaelis, Pesonen; Rohrbach, Eakin, Saarela; Berger, Neuenschwander, Sturny; Salzgeber, Diem, Douay; Schmutz.
Ambri-Piotta: young; Attention, Zacchaeus Dotti; Virtanen, Fischer; Burren, Isaac Dotti; Zundel; Burgler, McMillan, Kneubuehler; Peston, Spacek, Chlapik; Grassi, Kostner, Trisconi; Zwerger, Dufey, Marchand; Höfer.

Observations: SCL Tigers without Weibel (injured). SCL Tigers from 58:16 to 58:31 without a goalkeeper.

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