The Finns, who beat the United States at the start of the tournament, were more active in shooting from the first minute. In the first period, they shot fifteen bullets at the Kazakh goalkeeper Bojarkin, but they could not score a goal. Despite the fact that they, despite their superiority, did not create many opportunities.
In the second half, the goalkeeper Satri had a little more work, but his counterpart was still in a much more permanent condition. The 22-year-old Bogarkin also got into the first set, when he was overtaken by the youngest player on the Finnish team, nineteen-year-old striker Lundell, after a swift kick.
After two minutes, Kontiola was eliminated and soon the Kazakhs used the first power game. Panjukov took care of the settlement. Both teams subsequently developed many promising opportunities, but were unable to make the decision in normal playing hours or in overtime.
Finnish hockey player Jerry Karjalainen (left) and Jesse Blacker from Kazakhstan.
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In the raids, the Kazakhs again proved their skill, this time they decided to win a basic series of five attempts. While Falk, Mejisles and Starchenko succeeded in their side, it was Kaski who triumphed over the Finnish side. Kazakhstan managed to beat Finland for the first time in the World Cup.
“We feel a lot better,” forward Curtis Falk said after the match. “Both matches have been tough so far and our goalkeeper has performed amazingly again. We will need him in the other games as well, but we are sticking to our game plan and thanks to that we have succeeded today,” he added. A one-year-old Canadian citizen.
|A selection of the most surprising results in the history of the World Ice Hockey Championship:|
|1947||Austria – Sweden||2: 1|
|1972||Switzerland – Finland||3: 2|
|1976||Polisco – SSSR||6: 4|
|1982||Italy – Canada||3: 3|
|1986||Poland – ČSSR||2: 1|
|1998||Switzerland – Russia||4: 2|
|2000||Switzerland – Russia||3: 2|
|2000||Latvia – Russia||3: 2|
|2000||Belarus – Russia||3: 2|
|2003||Denmark – United States of America||5: 2|
|2003||Denmark – Canada||2: 2|
|2003||Latvia – Russia||2: 1|
|2010||Denmark – Finland||4: 1|
|2010||Norway – Czech Republic||3: 2|
|2011||Germany – Russia||2: 1|
|2013||France – Russia||2: 1|
|2013||Austria – Slovakia||2: 1 SN|
|2014||France – Canada||3: 2 SN|
|2015||Belarus – USA||5: 2|
|2017||France – Finland||5: 1|
|2021||Latvia – Canada||2: 0|
|2021||Belarus – Sweden||1: 0|
|2021||Kazakhstan – Finland||2: 1 SN|
“It was a tough game. I think we defended well and created a lot of chances, but we only scored one goal. Their goalkeeper was very good. Now we are disappointed, but we know what we need to improve. We just have to score more goals.” “
“It is a huge and emotional victory for us,” said striker Kirill Panyukov. “We all believe in our abilities and the coaches have perfectly prepared us to play as best we can. It’s a great success, but we think more awaits us.”
|Riga World Hockey Championship – Group B (Arena Riga):|
|Kazakhstan-Finland 2: 1 after Sam. Lease (0: 0, 1: 1, 0: 0 – 0: 0)|
|Goals and records: 36. Panjukov (N. Michajlis), decisive raid by N. Michajlis – 34. Lundell (Lindbohm, Ruohomaa). Judges: Romasko (Russia), Sidorenko-Lazarev, Chalang (all from Bell). Exception: 2: 2. Usage: 1: 0. No spectators.|
|Kazakhstan: Bogarkin-McLejukov, Dietz, Svedberg, Blacker, Salabov, Stepanenko-Shin, Starzenko, Rimarev – N. Mikaglis, Falk, Savikij – Akulzin, Sagadegev, Shevchenko – Panjukov, Stakov, Asetov – Petush. Coach: Yuri Mikaglis.|
|Finland: Sateri – Seppälä, Koivisto, Ohtamaa, Kaski, Määttä, Pokka, Sund, Lindbohm – Mäenalanen, Björninen, Anttila – Turunen, Swedish, Karelian – Innala, Kontiola, Pakarinen – Lundell, Ruohoma, Sallinen. Coach: Jukka Gallonin.|
|6.||United States of America||1||1||1: 2|
2021 World Ice Hockey Championship
The World Hockey Championship is underway From May 21 to June 6 In Latvia. Riga hosts all the group stage matches and playoffs. The Czechs are playing in Group A. Zlato from 2019, defending the choice of Finland, and the Czechs will try to improve fourth place.
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