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Lugano, Kloten and SCL Tigers amaze

With his first two goals of the season and a total of four scorer points, Lugano’s Mark Arcobello led his team to a liberating blow against the Rapperswil-Jona Lakers.

The weakest home team in the league so far celebrated only their third home win and their second win in the last seven games. The Lakers missed the possible advance to second place because Biel and leader Genève-Servette were not playing on Saturday.

In the first Zurich derby since 2018, Kloten stood up to the big favorites with great fighting spirit and honestly earned the 2-1 win. The Finnish Olympic champion Miro Aaltonen scored the winning goal.

Finns also made the difference in the 3-1 victory of the SCL Tigers over Zug. Harri Pesonen, Aleksi Saarela and Sami Lepistö with a shot into the empty goal scored the goals for the Emmentaler against the champions.

Fribourg-Gottéron celebrated a befitting 5-2 home win against Ajoie. Bern defeated Ambri-Piotta 4-3 after extra time. Lausanne drew 4-5 against Davos after a penalty shootout.

Results:

Bern – Ambri-Piotta 4:3 (1:1, 1:1, 1:1, 1:0) nV Fribourg-Gottéron – Ajoie 5:2 (2:0, 0:0, 3:2). Kloten – ZSC Lions 2:1 (0:0, 0:0, 2:1). Lausanne – Davos 4:5 (1:1, 1:3, 2:0, 0:0) nP Lugano – Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 6:3 (1:2, 2:0, 3:1). SCL Tigers – Zug 3:1 (2:0, 0:0, 1:1).

Ranking: 1. Genève-Servette 13/30. 2. Biel 13/28. 3. Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 14/26. 4. Fribourg-Gottéron 14/24. 5. Ambri-Piotta 15/24. 6. Bern 14/23. 7. Davos 13/22. 8. ZSC Lions 11/21. 9th train 14/20. 10. SCL Tigers 15/16. 11. Lugano 14/15. 12. Lausanne 15/15. 13. Ajoie 15/14. 14. Climb 14/13.

Lausanne – Davos 4:5 (1:1, 1:3, 2:0, 0:0) nP

6216 spectators. – SR Hungerbühler/Holm (SWE), Cattaneo/Schlegel. – Goals: 5. Wieser (Prassl, Ambühl) 0:1. 13. Fox 1:1. 21. (20:33) Nordstrom (Knak, Dirt) 1-2. 28. (27:14) Chris Egli 1: 3. 28. (27:27) Panic (Hunter) 2:3. 36. Nussbaumer (Knak) 2: 4. 44. Bozon (Jelovac, Emmerton) 3: 4. 57. Audette (Kovacs, panic) 4: 4. – Penalty shootout: Riat -, Stransky -; Panic -, Knak -; Kovacs -, Corvi 0:1; Sekac-, Nordstrom-; Fuchs 1:1, Ambühl -; Corvi 1:2, Fox -. – Penalties: 4 times 2 plus 5 minutes (Genazzi) plus playing time (Genazzi) against Lausanne, 5 times 2 minutes against Davos. – PostFinance top scorer: Kovacs; Stransky.

Lausanne: Punnenovs; Holdener, Frick; Sidler, Genazzi; Jelovac, Marti; Thévoz; Riat, Fuchs, Sekac; Kovacs, Jäger, Panik; Hügli, Audette, Bozon; Pedretti, Almond, Emmerton.

Davos: Aeschlimann; Jung, Paschoud; Nygren, Dahlbeck; Dominik Egli, Wellinger; Minder, Barandun; Dirt, Nordstrom, Knak; Stransky, Corvi, Nussbaumer; Wieser, Prassl, Ambühl; Hammerer, Chris Egli, Canova.

Notes: Lausanne without Gernat, Glauser, Heldner, Kenins, Krakauskas, Raffl and Salomäki (all injured), Davos without Bristedt, Fora, Frehner and Rasmussen (all injured).

Fribourg-Gotteron – Ajoie 5:2 (2:0, 0:0, 3:2)

9009 spectators. – SR Wiegand/Ströbel, Altmann/Meusy. – Goals: 2. Rask 1-0. 15. Jecker (Sutter, Desharnais) 2-0. 42 Devos (Brennan, Pilet) 2-1. 44 Dufner (Kuokkanen, Schmid) 3-1. 51. Devos (Hazen/power play goal) 3:2. 58. Desharnais (Bertschy, Gunderson) 4: 2 (into the empty goal). 60. (59:33) Bertschy 5: 2 (into the empty goal). – Penalties: 3 times 2 minutes against Fribourg-Gottéron, 2 times 2 minutes against Ajoie. – PostFinance top scorer: Kuokkanen; devos

Fribourg-Gottéron: Hughes; Sutter, Jecker; Gunderson, Dufner; Diaz, Vainio; Chavaillaz; Sprunger, Desharnais, Mottet; Bykov, Walser, Jörg; Marchon, Rask, Sörensen; Bertschy, Schmid, Kuokkanen; Rossi.

Ajoie: Wolf; Fey, Pilet; Thiry, Brennan; Birbaum, Hauert; Pouilly; Hazen, Devos, Bakos; Asselin, Gauthier, Bozon; Sciaroni, Frossard, Vouillamoz; Arnold, Macquat, Schmutz; Kohler.

Notes: Fribourg-Gottéron without Berra, Binias and Jobin (all injured), Ajoie without Derungs, Garessus, Huber (all injured) and Gauthier-Leduc (surplus foreigner). Ajoie from 55:51 to 57:23, 57:42 to 57:47 and 57:57 to 59:33 without a goalkeeper.

SCL Tigers – Zug 3:1 (2:0, 0:0, 1:1)

5031 spectators. – SR Hebeisen/Mollard, Huguet/Wolf. – Goals: 14. Pesonen (Zryd) 1:0. 18 Saarela (Sturny) 2-0. 56. Simion (Kovar, Duke) 2-1. 59. Lepistö 3:1 (into the empty gate). – Penalties: 2 x 2 minutes against SCL Tigers, 3 x 2 minutes against Zug. – PostFinance top scorer: people; Kovar.

SCL Tigers: Boltshauser; Lepistö, Schilt; Saarijärvi, Grossniklaus; Zryd, Guggenheim; Cadonau, Erni; Lapinskis, Michaelis, Pesonen; Rohrbach, Saarela, Douay; Sturny, Schmutz, Weibel; Berger, Neuenschwander, Aeschlimann.

Train: Hollenstein; Smurf, Djoos; Hansson, Circle; Geisser, Gross; Stadler; Simion, Kovar, Cehlarik; Klingberg, O’Neill, Hofmann; Martschini, Senteler, Herzog; Zehnder, Leuenberger, Allenspach; De Nico.

Notes: SCL Tigers without Huguenin, Petrini (both sick), Diem and Salzgeber (both injured), Zug without Suri (injured). Train from 58:01 to 58:25, 59:02 to 59:09 and from 59:16 without a goalkeeper.

Lugano – Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 6:3 (1:2, 2:0, 3:1)

5160 spectators. – SR Tscherrig/Dipietro, Kehrli/Stalder. – Goals: 5. Connolly 1-0. 12. Wick (manpower goal!) 1:1. 14 Moy 1:2. 38. (37:56) Arcobello (Marco Müller/Powerplay goal) 2:2. 39. (38:28) Connolly (Marco Muller) 3: 2. 41. (40:35) Arcobello (Granlund, Alatalo/Powerplay goal) 4:2. 48 Granlund (Arcobello) 5-2. 51 Granlund (Arcobello, Riva) 6-2. 58. Wick (Forrer) 6: 3. – Penalties: 2 times 2 minutes against Lugano, 5 times 2 minutes against Rapperswil-Jona Lakers. – PostFinance top scorer: Bennett; Cervenka.

Lugano: Koskinen; Alatalo, Mirco Müller; Kaski, Riva; Wolf, War; Ugazzi; Zanetti, Arcobello, Granlund; Connolly, Marco Müller, Bennett; Fazzini, Thürkauf, Morini; Gerber, Widow, Stoffel; Bedolla.

Rapperswil-Jona Lakers: Meyer; Aebischer, Djuse; Baragano, Profico; Noreau, Maier; Vouardoux; Zangger, Albrecht, Lammer; Moy, Schroeder, Cervenka; Eggenberger, Alge, Brüschweiler; Wick, Thinner, Forrer.

Notes: Lugano without Andersson, Carr, Herburger, Josephs, Patry, Walker (all injured) and Werder (suspended), Rapperswil-Jona Lakers without Cajka, Elsener, Jensen, Rowe, Sataric and Wetter (all injured).

Kloten – ZSC Lions 2: 1 (0: 0, 0: 0, 2: 1)

7312 spectators. – SR Lemelin (CAN)/Ruprecht, Burgy/Gnemmi. – Goals: 46. Meyer (Ang/Powerplaytor) 1:0. 55. Texier (Riedi) 1:1. 57 Aaltonen (Ruotsalainen, Meyer) 2-1. – Penalties: 7 times 2 minutes against Kloten, 8 times 2 minutes against ZSC Lions. – PostFinance top scorer: Ang; Lammikko.

Kloten: Metsola; Kellenberger, Reinbacher; Capaul, Kindschi; Steiner, Randegger; Germany Ruotsalainen, Aaltonen, Meyer; Ang, Faille, Marchon; Simic, Lindemann, Spiller; Obrist, Ness, Altorfer; clerk.

ZSC Lions: Waeber; Weber, Lehtonen; Kukan, Marti; Phil Baltisberger, Geering; Guebey; Texier, Wallmark, Andrighetto; Bodenmann, Lammikko, Hollenstein; Azevedo, Roe, Bachofner; Chris Baltisberger, Sigrist, Riedi; Sopa.

Notes: Kloten without Ekestahl-Jonsson, Peltonen and Schmaltz (all injured), ZSC Lions without Diem, Schäppi (both injured) and Hrubec (extra foreigner). ZSC Lions from 57:47 to 59:45 without a goalkeeper.

Bern – Ambri-Piotta 4: 3 (1: 1, 1: 1, 1: 1, 1: 0) nV

14825 spectators. – SR Borga/Hürlimann, Fuchs/Urfer. – Goals: 4. Kahun (Bader, Goloubef) 1:0. 11. Kneubuehler (Bürgler, Heed) 1: 1. 22. Lindberg (DiDomenico) 2: 1. 31 Pestoni (Spacek, Hofer) 2-2. 50. Moser (DiDomenico) 3:2. 59. Home (Pestoni) 3:3 (without goalkeeper). 62. Untersander (Sceviour, Lindberg) 4: 3. – Penalties: 3 times 2 minutes against Bern, 4 times 2 minutes against Ambri-Piotta. – PostFinance top scorer: DiDomenico; Spacek.

Berne: Philip Wüthrich; Untersander, Gelinas; Loeffel, Zgraggen; Goloubef, Colin Gerber; pinana; Vermin, Lindberg, Moser; DiDomenico, Kahun, Scherwey; Bader, Sceviour, Bärtschi; Fahrni, Baumgartner, Ritzmann.

Ambri-Piotta: Juvonen; Heed, Isacco Dotti; Virtanen, Burren; Fohrler, Fischer; Dario Wuthrich; Bürgler, Heim, Kneubuehler; Dwarf, Chlapik, McMillan; Grassi, Kostner, Trisconi; Pestoni, Spacek, Marchand; Hofer.

Notes: Bern without Beat Gerber, Mika Henauer, Lehmann and Ryser (all injured), Ambri-Piotta without Zaccheo Dotti (ill). Ambri-Piotta from 57:28 to 58:23 without a goalkeeper.

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