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The British put three - eighth straight loss for Leksand

2020-02-18T21:42:51.038Z

Rögle took his fifth straight victory, without impressing in terms of play, when the team won over Leksand by 5-2. Victory Recipe: Strong powerplay and Ted Brithén who scored three goals.



Rögle came to the match with four straight wins and was set against Leksand, who lost seven straight wins. The series' strongest team against the weakest.

But this difference in conditions was not very noticeable on the ice.

swinging

The match swung all the time back and forth and in the first period there were two clear mistakes that resulted in both goals.

Rögle's lead goal after 2.30 came after a marking miss by Leksand. Taylor Matson got oceans of his own time with the puck before putting it into the net.

When the clock showed 10.03, Rögles Daniel Bertov, in his own zone, struck a headless pass straight on Leksand's Sebastian Wännström who then scored alone.

"I got it on the magazine and then it was just shooting," Wännström explained in C More.

The second period began with two quick goals.

After 3.24, Leksand's Mattias Göransson hit a dream pass right through the entire path to Mattias Ritola, who alone could make 2-1.

Three minutes later as Rögle's reply when Ted Brithén acknowledged in game five against four.

- I got a good pass (by Daniel Zaar). Then I saw that the hill was cheating a little, so I tested and then it became 2–2 on the board, ”Ted Brithén told C More.

During the rest of the period, it was noticed that the Leksand players were a little more desperate after a win. The Valley team played really well, but had a hard time scoring goals.

After 5.14 in the third period we saw what is the difference between these teams.

The audience failed

Rögles Dominik Bokk made 3–2 in powerplay. Rögle's second goal in that game tonight. At the same time, the homework sessions barely came to an end when they got the chance in powerplay. So it has been the whole season and is an explanation for the valley team's position in the table.

When Leksand stepped forward in the hunt for a receipt, Ted Brithén made 4-2 through a good shot in connection with a quick turnaround of Rögle. A goal that meant Skåne victory without the team convincing.

At the same time, the situation is becoming increasingly difficult for the homeless, who are now beginning to gain noticeably poor self-confidence.

In addition, the home crowd starts to fail. 4,070 spectators came, which was the worst audience figure in a long time.

Source: svt

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