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Corona Brasov Wolves – ACSH Gheorgheni 5-2 (1-0, 3-1, 1-1)

An important victory of Corona Brasov team in Erste Liga! The “Wolves” defeated ACSH Gheorgheni in a game disputed at the Brasov Olimpic Ice Rink and they decidedly came close to the set goal, occupying the third place at the end of the regular season in Erste Liga! The Brasov team scored 5-2 (1-0, 3-1, 1-1), after a game in which they dominated and scored through H. Borş (min. 16’26’’), Lidhammar (min. 33’51’’), B. Peter (min 34’53’’), Z. Molnar (min 38’58’’) and L. Zsok (min 10’57’’).
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Corona Brasov Wolves – Ferencvatos TC 1-8 (1-3, 0-2, 0-3)

Corona Brasov faced on its own ice the up-to-date leader of the Erste Liga, Ferencvaros TC. The Brasov team played well in the first half of the game and especially in the first half of the first period.

Guests have opened the score in min. 6’26 ”, for Tendler to bring the equality in min. 10’26 ”. Brasov team kept up the offensive game until the end of the period with some good opportunities, but Ferencvaros hit another 2 goals before the first break (at least 11’38 ” and 19’19 ”).
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Corona Brasov Wolves – DEAC 6-3 (3-0, 2-1, 1-2)

It was a spectacular game between Corona Wolves Brasov and DEAC at the Olympic Ice rink, two teams that aspire to a better position in the playoffs.
Brasov’s team made a very good game, especially in the first two periods, that almost defined the game. In fact, Corona Brasov led 3-0 after the first half, with the goals scored by Peter B (min. 4’13 ”), Tranca, at the end of an exceptional individual action (min. 9’51 ”) and Lidhammar (min. 19’19 ”).
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Zdenek Bahensky has left Corona Brasov

After two months in which was injured and played less because of it, the Czech Zdenek Bahensky left Corona Braşov.

The player chose Mulhouse, the Ligue Magnus, the first league in France, and the departure from Brasov was made amiable, as Emilian Cernica, head of the Corona Braşov hockey section, told us:

“Bakensky wanted to leave, because he was the seventh import and wanted to play as much as possible. I understood him and the separation was done amicably. He chose a team from France, we want to wish him success and thank him for helping us.”