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Daugaviņš results in ‘Bern’ victory against Smirnov and Smona ‘Servette’

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Latvian national team striker Kaspars Daugaviņš made two assists, on Tuesday helping his team “Bern” to win the striker Denis Smirnov and the defender Sands Smona’s Geneva “Servette”.

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“Bern” beat the Swiss vice-champions “Servette” in their extra time with a result of 3: 2 (1: 0, 0: 2, 1: 0, 1: 0).

In the 52nd minute of the game Daugaviņš made a sharp throw through the “Servette” goal, but Tristan Šervejs with a repeated attempt achieved the result 2: 2. In turn, already in overtime, the Latvian successfully broke into the zone, after the pass of Daugaviņš and Ramonas Unterzander, Šerveja beat the opponents’ goalkeeper again.

Smirnov had 11 minutes and 12 seconds on the court, including two minutes and eight seconds playing in the majority. Smons, on the other hand, played for two minutes and 58 seconds.

The Lausanne team of the striker Ronalds Ķēniņš suffered a loss in the overtime, who conceded to the “Zug” hockey players with 3: 4 (2: 0, 0: 2, 1: 1, 0: 1).

Ronalds Ķēniņš spent 14 minutes and 42 seconds on the court, including two minutes and 46 seconds playing in the majority and 21 seconds in the minority. He won both throws in which he participated.

Ivars Punnenov repelled 38 “Ambri-Piotta” hockey players at the “Tigers” goal, but was weak three times. The Tigers acknowledged the superiority of their opponents with 1: 3 (1: 0, 2: 0, 1: 0).

In the tournament table, all four teams represented by Latvian hockey players are next to each other. Lausanne is ninth with 24 points in 17 games, Tigers is tenth with 20 points in 19 matches, Bern is 11 with 18 points in 18 fights and Servette is 16 with 18 points in 18 duels in the penultimate 13-team competition.

Last season, in the final of the National League tournament, the Geneva “Servette” gave in to the “Zug” hockey players.

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