Tomorrow, starting at 18:30, on the ice of the Brașov Olympic Ice Rink, the decisive game of the 2020/2021 National Championship final will take place.
Even if SC Miercurea-Ciuc led “in general” with the score of 2-0 after the first two games, the “wolves” did not give up and managed in their turn to win the next two ones, played in Miercurea-Ciuc.
03.05: SC Miercurea-Ciuc vs. Corona “Wolves” Brașov: 5-6 (3-0, 1-5, 1-1).
Even though the opponents started better and led 3-0 after the first period, the “wolves” played “all or nothing” in the second one, which they won with the score of 5-1. Thus, thanks to two goals scored by Cody Fowlie and one goal each scored by Cody Carlson, Josh McFadden and Radim Valchar, the “wolves” ended the second period in favor of a goal.
And even though in the third period, in the 52’46”, the opponents equalized at 5-5 (taking advantage of a double numerical superiority), Cody Fowlie managed to score the winning goal in the 53’35” minute.
04.05: SC Miercurea-Ciuc vs. Corona “Wolves” Brașov: 0-3 (0-1, 0-0, 0-2).
Yesterday was again an “all or nothing” game for the “wolves”.
And they came on the ice motivated to win and bring the decisive game to Brasov.
Daniel Trancă managed to take advantage of a double numerical superiority and to open the score in minute 07’31 “.
In the second period, the opponents forced, trying to equalize and “re-enter the game”, but opposed our goalkeeper Patrik Polc, who managed an extraordinary game, ending with a “shoot-out” – defending no less of 40 shots).
In the third period, in the 50th minute, Jack Combs doubled the advantage of the “wolves” by sending his puck into his own goal during a “postponed penalty”. Our striker Tomas Klempa was credited for this goal.
In the 58th minute, Radim Valchar also sent the puck into the empty net, setting the final score.
Tomorrow, starting with 18:30, the “wolves” will play “with the title on the table” and with the thought of entering the history of Brasov hockey for the first season in which our team wins both national trophies: the cup and the championship.