1992 Hockey Finland - Russia

1992 Hockey Finland - Russia

 

Please, help to find game stats about 2 matches between Finland and Russia:
24.04.1992 Tampere, 3-8
25.04.1992 Forssa, 2-2.

Answer

Tampere 24.4.1992 FINLAND – RUSSIA 3-8 (2-2,  1-2,  0-4)

  1. period
    3.06 Mikko Mäkelä (Juha Riihijärvi) 1-0
    3.52 Aleksandr Andrejevski  (Aleksandr Galšenjuk) 1-1
    18.58 Jaakko Varvio  (Timo Peltomaa, Keijo Säilynoja) 2-1
    19.55 Pavel Torgajev 2-2

penalties:
1.53 Galšenjuk 2
3.35 Timo Jutila 2
6.07 Vesa Viitakoski, Lev Latin 2

  1. period
    25.40 Sergei Šestirikov  (Sergei  Novoselov) 2-3
    28.11 Mika Nieminen (Arto Ruotonen, Mikko Mäkelä) 3-3
    32.53 Novoselov (Šestrikov) 3-4

    penalties:
    20.59 Mäkelä 2
    27.47 Peltomaa, Torgajev 2
    33.36 Igor Gratšov 2
    39.27 Galšenjuk 2
    39.54 Nieminen 2
     

  2. period
    47.50 Torgajev  3-5
    51.00 Igor Dorofejev  (Oleg Shargorodski) 3-6
    54.18 Šestirikov (Torgajev) 3-7
    56.43 Šestirikov (Oleg  Namestnikov, Torgajev) 3-8

    penalties:
    50.07 Rauli Raitanen 2
    55.35 Hannu Henriksson 2

    goalkeepers:
    Markus Ketterer 9+6+11 = 26
    Iljdar Muhametov 8+8+3 = 19

Forssa 25.4.1992 FINLAND – RUSSIA 2-2 (1-0, 0-0, 1-2)

  1. period
    14.53 Timo Peltomaa (Juha Jokiharju, Jarkko Varvio) 1-0

    penalties:
    4.37 Oleg Namestnikov 2
    8.11 Hannu Henriksson 2

  2. period

    penalties:
    25.30 Sergei Novoselov 2
    27.49 Juha Riihijärvi 2
    29.52 Aleksandr Karpotšev
    30.52 Aleksandr Andrejevski 10
    32.47 Jarkko Varvio, Ravil Haidarov 2
    35.13 Mikko Mäkelä, Ravil Haidarov 2
    37.52 Lev Latin
     

  3. period
    42.03 Aleksandr Andrejevski (Aleksandr Galšenjuk) 1-1
    57.12 Mika Nieminen (Mikko Mäkelä, Arto Ruotanen) 2-1
    59.52 Ravil Haidarov (Andrei Nikolišin, Aleksandr Andrejevski) 2-2

    penalties:
    51.46 Timo Peltomaa, Andrei Nikolišin 2
    52.24 Aleksandr Galšenjuk 2
    53.21 Oleg Namestnikov 2
    59.30 Janne Laukkanen 2

    goalkeepers:
    Markus Ketterer 7+1+(0) = 8
    Sakari Lindfors (0)+1+6 = 7
    Andrei Zujev 15+16+18 = 49 (not in play after 59.30)

I am sorry but Russian names are not necessarely correctly transliterated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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