- We show a strong morale that can come back and win.

I shot the penalty like last time.

I came at high speed and finished hard, something I feel comfortable with.

This type of character gain builds self-confidence, says Rodrigo Abois to C More.

It was a dramatic match that captured the audience completely.

Worth mentioning from the penalty shootout was that Örebro's goalkeeper Jhonas Enroth picked up the second penalty, the one from Oskarshamn's Cameron Brace, effectively in the pick, a spectacular save.

Just before the last period break, Oskarhamn, who makes a sensation in the SHL by leading directly to the playoffs, led 1-3.

- We took far too many expulsions but strong to come back and acknowledge.

We take with us the fighting effort, that we have that presence and can equalize, says Oskarshamn's coach Martin Filander.

Örebro got rid of the three-pointer in the final minute

With seven minutes left, Örebro had completed the turnaround.

In powerplay, Nick Ebert fired a direct shot from the left technical circle for 4-3 and the crowd was mad with excitement.

But it fell silent when Oskarshamn had a puck inside a powerplay a few minutes later.

However, cheers rose again when the goal was rejected for kicking after video review.

But after a huge pressure with the picked goalkeeper Tim Juel on the bench, Oskarshamn equalized with a cannon shot up in the crossbar by Kim Rosdahl for 4-4 with 26 seconds left to play regular time.

It became strangely quiet in the hall when the mighty rhymes just died out.

Örebro had the best chances at the beginning of extra time but Oskarshamn had to finish in powerplay four against three and Rosdahl put a puck in the crossbar but the match went to penalties.

Federation captain Johan Garpenlöv watched the match with a couple of colleagues from the junior national team.

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