NL / Lausanne HC – HC Davos
National League – Regular Season
NL / Lausanne HC – HC Davos: 2-3 tap (1-0, 1-1, 0-1, 0-1)
Buts: 1’22 Bertschy (Fuchs / PP) 1-0; 21’41 Simic (Stransky) 1-1; 12’05 Riat 2-1; 59’25 Ambühl (Corvi / PP) 2-2.
Lausanne: Boltshauser (Östlund); Frick, Heldner; Gernat, Krueger; Genazzi, Glauser; Holdener, Oejdemark; Sekac, Emmerton, Bozon; Riat, Fuchs, Bertschy; Kenins, Baumgartner, Almond; Douay, hunter, Maillard. Coach: Fust.
Davos: Senn (Aeschlimann); Jung, Nygren; Wellinger, Egli; Zgraggen, Stoop; Barandun, Heinen; Simic, Rasmussen, Stransky; Ambuehl, Corvi, Wieser; Prassl, Egli, Schmutz; Knak, Canova, Ritzmann. Coach: Wohlwend.
The Vaud players have already faced the Davos players twice. A first time at the Vaudoise arena September 24 (defeat 2-5) and more recently during a trip to the Vaillant Arena November 5 (loss 4-1). After a four-game losing streak that started on November 5 in the Grisons, the LHC Lions recently managed to turn the tide with a two-game winning streak against SC Bern and HC Ajoie.
In search of consistency, the Lions will have to be much more precise and applied on the ice tonight to try to continue the current series and improve this 8th place in the National League standings with 36 points in 26 games.
The opinion of Ken Jäger, ex-Davosien himself: “It’s important to just play against HC Davos, to put good pressure on their players. We often wanted to go too fast this season, especially in front of our home crowd. We must take the time to respect the game plans. ”
HC Davos had a big coac during their last performance, losing 6-1 at home against Langnau. But it must be said that all the circumstances were favorable to the Bernese who managed to score five times in eight minutes in the second third. Davos, however, comes to Lausanne in confidence: the team is playing well and remains on three consecutive wins against Fust’s men since last March.
In the freshest news coming from the infirmary, it will be noted that Ronalds Kenins should be on the ice tonight, which will not be the case of Davosien Yannick Frehner who received a puck in the face against the SCL Tigers and had to be operated on twice.
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