A round of four matches was played in the SM League.
Oulu Flies returned to the path of victories in the Finnish Hockey League in a convincing way. Kärpät, who lost their previous two matches, won TPS’s clearest score 7–2 in Turku.
Hooker Jussi Jokinen scored their eighth goal of the season and the Canadian striker Cody Kunyk banged power readings at 2 + 2 guests ’overwhelming display.
The victory was significant for Kärpi in the battle from a straight place to the semi-finals, while other teams in positions 4-7 in the tight back suffered a point loss.
Bay Pelicans lost a two-goal lead as a guest of Rauma Luko. The lock eventually took the win to a score of 3–2.
The key figure in the Pelicans escape was Iikka Kangasniemi. In the second installment, the 18-year-old defender Markus Rajaniemi got to enjoy Kangasniemi’s magnificent premiere, and a few minutes later the 26-year-old striker started Antti Tyrväinen 2-0 hits.
Jonne Tammela however, narrowed down quickly and locked Canadian confirmation Daniel Audette struck with a precise force majeure during yet another round of equalization.
In the third installment Aleksi Saarela surprised the goalkeeper of the Pelicans from almost zero angle Patrik Bartosakin. The winning match of the match was Saarela’s 17th season.
Like Kärppi, the lock broke the losing streak of two matches with his victory.
Tampere of the teams, Ilves twisted a tight battle with extended series jypo Jyp. Anttoni Honka decided a 2-1 victory for Jyp in the last minute of overtime.
With his defeat, Ilves continues to be seventh in the league table, barely behind Pelicans and Tappara.
The Aces, who longed for the top ten, instead scored valuable points at Tappara’s expense of 1-0. The only hit of the match was in the third round Teemu Vuorisalo.
The corona quarantines of HIFK, SaiPa and Kookoo cut the evening’s round to the size of four matches.
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