Goalkeeper Ivars Punnenovs capitulated on Tuesday in overtime in the Swiss Premier League (NLA) match, unable to save Langnava’s “Tigers” from loss.
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At home, the Tigers gave up on Ambri-Piotta with a score of 1: 2 (0: 0, 0: 1, 1: 0, 0: 1).
Punnenov repelled 14 of 16 shots in this game, managing 87.5% of the program.
The goalkeeper capitulated in overtime in the second half, when Diego Kostner took the visitors’ victory.
Striker Tom Anderson spent 12 minutes and two seconds on the pitch, blocking a shot and closing the game with a negative efficiency of -1.
In another game, guests of Geneva’s “Servette” gave up “Zug” 3: 5 (1: 2, 2: 2, 0: 1). Sandis Smons was allowed to take it quickly by the referee, much to the dismay of the goalkeeper who wasn’t prepared. Striker Denis Smirnov continues to heal the injury.
It has already been reported that Lausanne, represented by Ronald King, has been quarantined due to the Covid-19.
Of the clubs represented by the Latvians, the highest is the “Servette”, which has accumulated 44 points in 25 games and is in fourth place. “Tigers” with 11 points in 27 games ranks 11th.
Last season, the NLA tournament ended after a regular championship, so for the second time in history and for the first time since 1940, the Swiss hockey champion was not crowned.
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