Lausanne achieved a convincing success (2-0) against the Zurich Lions in the National League. On the other hand, the leader Genève-Servette was spanked on the ice of Kloten (3-0).
Do the Vaudois hold their benchmark success under the leadership of their coach Geoff Ward? It’s possible. Faced with one of the most serious title contenders, the Lausanne residents produced an almost perfect match in collective discipline. With a Punnenovs, imperial in his goals, to secure their backs, they were able to pierce the iron defense of the men of coach Rikard Grönborg. First by one of the unloved at the start of the season, Ronalds Kenins, who was well launched by Tim Bozon, perfectly deceived the goalkeeper Simon Hrubec (36th). An insidious wrist shot from Martin Gernat 2 minutes later saw Lausanne break away.
Genève-Servette had lost its superb interview the day before against Ambri-Piotta. The players of coach Jan Cadieux were largely jostled by the Zurichers. Without the prowess of Robert Mayer between the posts, the fate of the game would have been sealed sooner. Dario Meyer opened the scoring for the newly promoted from the 8th minute. Then whim of fate, it was Keanu Derungs, sold in the week by the Geneva club to the Airmen, who doubled the bet when Valtteri Filppula left the penalty box (43rd). For the second time this season and a 2-0 defeat in Biel, the Genevans failed to find the net in one game.
Fribourg-Gottéron spins bad cotton. Christian Dubé’s men conceded their fourth defeat in a row against Bern (2-3). However, didn’t the Romans lead 2-1 until the 58th minute after successes from Sandro Schmid and David Deharnais? In addition, they were canceled two goals after viewing the video. In this contested game in a play-off atmosphere, the equalizer fell from the cane of Chris Di Domenico. The Canadian was a bit lodger with his former audience when celebrating his success. Then a very bad penalty from Deharnais favored the success of Colton Sceviour, who fell 10 seconds from the end of regulation time. The outward journey from Davos will seem long to the people of Friborg this Sunday.
Beaten the day before in Langnau, Bienne found the way to success against Ajoie (6-2), who lost for the thirteenth time in a row. The Seelanders, who only played with four foreigners, took advantage of Lucas Hischier’s second double in the National League to subdue the Jurassians.
Lugano fails to show consistency. The Ticino lose one out of two matches. Winners at Porrentruy on Friday, they suffered the Rapperswil-Jona law at Resega (4-0) for the greatest success of the Saint-Gallois in Ticino. Former Luganese Sandro Zangger opened the scoring in the 36th minute, then Peter Cajka doubled the lead (49th) for the Lakers, who are starting to cement their place in the top 6.
Davos won 4-3 ap on the ice of Zug, which is still evolving below its possibilities. Andres Ambühl scored the winning goal in extra time. The Zugois had snatched the 3-3 by Tobias Geisser in the 60th with 6 field players.
Ambri-Piotta beat the Langnau Tigers 2-1.
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