Tonight, the “wolves” managed to win again against the rivals from Miercurea-Ciuc, standing out at the top of the Erste League standings.
Thus, our wonderful players, masterfully led from the technical bench by Dave MacQueen and Levente Zsok, manage to collect 10 extra points in the Erste League standings and 10 points in the national championship standings after this series of 4 consecutive games against Ciuc.
Unlike last night’s “on the counter” game, today was another game, more settled and more “tactical”, on the part of both teams.
The Wolves opened the scoring in the 3rd minute, when Cody Fowlie scored with a placed shot, assisted by Roberto Gliga and Carlo Finucci.
After the first period, the “wolves” led with the score of 1-0.
In the beginning of the second one, in the minute 21’06 “, Huba Bors manages to lead the score to 2-0, after a pass received from Carlo Finucci.
In the 24th minute, taking advantage of a numerical superiority, opponents manage to reduce the difference through the Russian Alexander Loginov.
By the end of the second period, the “wolves” managed to break away again with two goals, in the 36’02”. In an attack on the superiority of our team, the captain of the national team, Roberto Gliga, manages to score, sending a shot into the net after a shot from Cody Fowlie, initially rejected.
After two periods, the score was 3-1 in favor of the “wolves”.
The third period also started with a goal by the “wolves”, Roberto Gliga managing to score, in the 40’39”, being assisted by the same Cody Fowlie.
By the end of the game, the opponents managed to reduce the difference, scoring two goals (through Norbert Rokaly and Tihamér Becze), but the “wolves” managed to defend their advantage.
After this game, our team is in first place in the Erste League standings, with 71 points (5 more than FTC Telekom – the team in 2nd place and 9 more than SC Miercurea-Ciuc – which occupies the third position ).
The next game of the “wolves” is also scheduled in Brașov, on February 17, against the team that occupies the last place in the ranking: Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák.