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CSM Corona Brașov – HK Budapesta: 5-4 SO (1-2, 1-1, 2-1, 1-0)

Tonight, our team managed to win two points after the victory, in the shoot-out, in front of the Hungarian team HK Budapest.

Until the 11’33” our team was led with two goals, but in the 15’48” Cody Fowlie completed a great phase to which Nelson Armstrong and Jared Brown also contributed.

In the 28’22”, the captain, Roberto Gliga completed a phase of numerical superiority, equaling to 2-2 (was assisted by Nelson Armstrong and Sam Labreque).

However, the visiting team managed to score two goals in the 35’02″and 49’02”, taking again the lead.

The reply of the “wolves” was not expected for a long time, Daniel Trancă (51’33”, assisted by Pavlo Borysenko) and Mircea Constantin (54’57”) equaling 4-4.

After the 60 minutes of the regular time the score was 4-4, so went to the halftime of OT.

As neither team managed to score in the OT, they went on to shoot-out.

Our team prevailed, the victory goal being scored by captain Roberto Gliga.

Following the charity event “De Sarbatori, daruieste un zambet”, this year at the 8th edition, over 70 bags filled with toys were collected, which will be donated in the coming days to the orphanages in Brasov (we return with details). Saturday’s events also included a mini-recital by the Compact B band, which we thank for their involvement without financial claims in this charity event.

Corona Brașov climbs to the 2nd place of the Erste League after 4-3 SO (1-1, 1-1, 1-1, 1-0) against FTC Telekom

Our team met the “en-title” champion of the Erste League tonight: FTC Telekom Budapest.

It turned out to be a beautiful, open game with many opportunities to wear on both sides.

Also, within our team was recorded a debut, the striker Mircea Constantin (transferred yesterday from ACSH Gheorgheni) being sent on the ice by coach Julius Penzes.

In the minute 09’54” the guests managed to open the score (after a counter attack in numerical inferiority).

“Wolves” quickly balanced the game, in the minute 11’47″ Canadian defender Sam Labreque scoring a goal, after a very good pass from Levente Zsok.

The score after the first period: 1-1.

In the second period the first to score were our players, the goalkeeper Cody Fowlie managing to achieve a numerical superiority in the 29’08” (assisted by the couple of defenders Nelson Armstrong and Logan Stephenson).

Towards the end of the second period, the guests managed to draw 2-2.

And in the third period, both teams managed to score a goal.

 After the guests took the lead on the scoreboard in the 45’24”, the” wolves “quickly equalized – in the 45’45” – through Wacey Rabbit (assisted by Jared Brown and Cody Fowlie).

The score after the regular playing time was 3-3.

They went on to the extra 5 minutes, but neither team was able to claim their victory.

Thus, the winner was set to “shoot-out”.

It took 10 separate shots for each team to determine the winner.

For our team the decisive goal was scored by Daniel Trancă (who scored 9 goals scored for “wolves” this season).

After this victory our team climbs to the 2nd place of the Erste League, counting so far a number of 42 points in 21 games, with one point more than FTC Telekom (but FTC has two less disputed games than us) .

The series of “wolves” in Brasov continues tomorrow, from 6.30 pm, with a new game against a spectacular opponent: UTE.

CSM Corona Brasov – CSM Galati SO (0-0, 2-1, 0-1, 0-0, 1-0)

In a game counting for the national championship, our team – despite 5 important players unavailable due to injuries – managed to defeat the CSM Galați team, with a score of 3-2 (at the “shoot-out”).

After the visitors opened the scoring in the second half, the “wolves” managed to return the result through Matyas Biro (assisted by Balazs Gajdo) and Nelson Armstrong (in numerical superiority, assisted by Logan Stephenson).

The guests equalized in the third period at 2-2, this being the score after the 60 minutes of regular time.

Thus, the game continued with the 5 minutes of overtime (teams playing 3 vs. 3).

As no extensions were scored, we went to the “shoot-out” series.

The “Wolves” prevailed, winning two points, after scoring for our team: Cody Fowlie and Daniel Trancă and Zoltan Toke managed to defend four of the five shots of the opposing players.

The team will move to Hungary again, having played 3 games in the Erste League against the teams: Schiller-Vasas (on October 31), HK Budapest (on November 1) and DEAC (on November 3).

Corona Brasov – HK Budapest 6-3 (2-0, 0-2, 4-1)

This evening, our team met the Hungarian team HK Budapest on the ice of the Olympic ice rink in Brasov.

In the first period of the game, our team scored twice, first by Canadian defender Nelson Armstrong after numerical superiority (assisted by the other Canadian defender in line 1: Logan Stephenson) and the second time by Peter Balazs (assisted by Daniel Trancă).

In the second period, the visiting team managed to draw 2-2.

In the third period, the wolves managed to break away on the scoreboard, scoring four goals and the opponents managed to score only once.

Pavlo Borysenko (assisted by Roberto Gliga and Cody Fowlie) and Daniel Trancă (assisted by Otto Biro and Pavlo Borysenko) scored in the start of the period, taking our team to 4-2.

The other two goals of the third round for “wolves” were scored by Cody Fowlie (assisted by Roberto Gliga) and the same Canadian defender Nelson Armstrong (assisted by Logan Stephenson and Cody Fowlie).

The next game on the ice of the Olympic Rink will take place on Monday, October 28, at 6:30 pm, our team facing CSM Galați.