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.