Défi mondial junior A 2016

Défi mondial junior A 2016
P no 5
Prelim
Final (Prol.)
13 décembre 2016 15:30 HNR
R.J. Lalonde Arena
Bonnyville, Alta.

Buts

Équipes
1re
2e
3e
Prol.
Final
Équipes
1
2
3
Prol.
F
1
2
2
1
6
2
2
1
0
5

Tirs au but

1re
2e
3e
Prol.
Final
1
2
3
Prol.
F
8
16
8
2
34
6
6
6
1
19

Statistiques

AN
PUN
2 / 4
4
0 / 1
10

Résumé du match

RUSSIANS GET WILD WIN OVER SWISS, CLINCH TOP SPOT IN GROUP

JASON LA ROSE

BONNYVILLE, Alta. – Ivan Chekhovich scored the game-winning goal with five seconds left in overtime, giving Russia a 6-5 win over Switzerland on Tuesday afternoon at the 2016 World Junior A Challenge.

The victory clinches first place in Group A for the Russians, and sends them directly to the semifinals on Thursday. (An overtime loss would have meant the same result; Russia needed just a single point to top Canada West in the group.)

It’s the fourth time in 11 appearances that Russia has topped its group in the preliminary round.

With time ticking down in the extra period and a shootout looming, Veniamin Baranov dove to clear the puck from the Russian zone and Chekhovich raced away, going to the backhand on the breakaway for the winner.

Andrei Svechnikov, one of the youngest players in the tournament, continued his strong play with two goals and an assist; the 16-year-old sits tied with linemates Chekhovich and Andrey Lipanov for the scoring lead with six points in two games.

The Swiss found the scoreboard first 7:29 in when Justin Sigrist beat Russian goaltender Dimitrii Raiko with a quick shot from the slot, but captain Klim Kostin got Russia even on the power play eight minutes later.

Sigrist jumped on a turnover in the Russian zone to score his second of the period with 59 seconds left in the opening frame, sending Switzerland to the first intermission with a 2-1 lead.

The teams went back and forth in the second, with Russia carrying most of the play, before the offensive floodgates opened in the latter half of the stanza.

Baranov brought Russia even again at 12:50, beating Swiss netminder Alexander Jaks to a rebound on the power play, but Arnaud Riat answered at 14:06, knocking in a pretty feed from Jan Petrig for a 4-3 lead.

Svechnikov needed just 39 seconds to tie the game for the third time, only for Nils Seiler to spin in the slot and beat Raiko at 17:17 to restore the Swiss advantage at 5-4 heading to the third period.

In all, the teams combined for four goals in four minutes and 33 seconds.

Lipanov didn’t waste any time erasing a fourth one-goal deficit for the Russians – his centering pass hit a Swiss skate and eluded Jaks just 54 seconds into the final frame – and Svechnikov gave Russia its first lead at 3:29 when his shot rolled up and over the Swiss goaltender.

Ramon Tanner tied the game for Switzerland at 5:27, eventually forcing overtime.

Russia finished with a 34-19 advantage in shots on goal.

Switzerland finished third in Group A and will play in the first quarter-final on Wednesday (3:30 p.m. MT), but will wait for the Canada East-United States result from Tuesday night to find out its opponent.

Intégral

Équipe
Description
Temps
1re période
BUT
But : Justin Sigrist

Aides : Mischa Bleiker
07:29
PUNITION
Punition : Robin Nyffeler
Faire trébucher (2:00)
13:37
BUT (AVANTAGE NUMÉRIQUE)
But : Klim Kostin

Aides : Yaroslav Alexeyev, Mikhail Bitsadze
15:34
BUT
But : Justin Sigrist

19:01
2e période
PUNITION
Punition : Mischa Bleiker
Faire trébucher (2:00)
07:43
PUNITION
Punition : Klim Kostin
Conduite antisportive (2:00)
09:11
PUNITION
Punition : Sven Leuenberger
Accrocher (2:00)
09:11
PUNITION
Punition : Gianluca Burger
Obstruction (2:00)
11:35
BUT (AVANTAGE NUMÉRIQUE)
But : Veniamin Baranov

Aides : Ivan Chekhovich, Andrei Svechnikov
12:50
BUT
But : Arnaud Riat

Aides : Jan Petrig
14:06
BUT
But : Andrei Svechnikov

Aides : Alexey Lipanov
14:45
BUT
But : Nils Seiler

Aides : Claude Schnetzer
17:17
PUNITION
Punition : Luca Silvan Wyss
Faire trébucher (2:00)
18:15
3e période
BUT
But : Alexey Lipanov

Aides : Klim Kostin
00:54
BUT
But : Andrei Svechnikov

Aides : Ivan Chekhovich, Semen Pereliaev
03:59
BUT
But : Ramon Tanner

Aides : Robin Nyffeler
05:27
PUNITION
Punition : Klim Kostin
Retenir (2:00)
11:22
Prolongation
BUT
But : Ivan Chekhovich

Aides : Veniamin Baranov
04:55

Gardiens de but

Nom Équipe Min Tirs Arrêts BC %ARR
Dimitrii Raiko RUS 64 19 14 5 0,737
Aleksander Jaks SUI 64 34 28 6 0,824

Meneurs du match

Buts 2 - Aides 1 - Points 3
B 2 - A 1 - PTS 3
Buts 2 - Aides 0 - Points 2
B 2 - A 0 - PTS 2
Buts 1 - Aides 2 - Points 3
B 1 - A 2 - PTS 3
Buts 1 - Aides 0 - Points 1
B 1 - A 0 - PTS 1
Buts 1 - Aides 1 - Points 2
B 1 - A 1 - PTS 2
Buts 1 - Aides 0 - Points 1
B 1 - A 0 - PTS 1

Matchs précédents

V 7 - 4 c. République tchèqueCZE
16 déc. 2016
D 3 - 5 à Canada OuestCAN-W
16 déc. 2016
D 2 - 4 c. États-UnisUSA
15 déc. 2016
D 0 - 9 à États-UnisUSA
14 déc. 2016
V 6 - 5 à SuisseSUI
13 déc. 2016
D 5 - 6 c. RussieRUS
13 déc. 2016
Vidéos
Photos
DMJA 2016 : USA 4 – CAN-E 0 (Médaille d’or)
Primeau a réalisé 14 arrêts pour mener les États-Unis à l’or.
DMJA 2016 : CAN-O 5 – SUI 3 (5e place)
Un but et trois aides de Kawaguchi; Canada Ouest termine cinquième.
DMJA 2016 : RUS 7 – CZE 4 (Médaille de bronze)
Svechnikov inscrit un tour du chapeau, et la Russie obtient le bronze.
DMJA 2016 : USA 4 – RUS 2 (Demi-finale)
Les É.-U. marquent trois buts en AN pour accéder au match pour l’or.
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