SKA St. Petersburg lost to Dynamo Moscow in the next round of the KHL regular championship. The meeting, which took place in the capital, ended with a score of 2: 1 in favor of the guests.
The score was opened in the 38th minute of the game by the ex-forward of the army team Dmitry Kagarlitsky. The Dynamo forward converted the majority by powerfully throwing the near top corner of the goalkeeper Alexander Samonov’s goal.
Petersburgers restored the status quo at the very end of the second period. Thirteen seconds before the whistle, SKA defender Anton Belov struck the goal of the veteran of Russian hockey Alexander Eremenko with a biting throw from the blue line.
In the third period, the teams could not upset each other. The meeting spilled over into overtime, where the difference was made by another former army player, a favorite of the St. Petersburg fans, Vadim Shipachev. He skillfully played “two” with Yuso Hietanen and easily hit the empty corner of Samonov’s goal.
Recall, the next meeting SKA, which after the defeat remained in second place in the Western Conference, will be held on December 28. Valery Bragin’s charges will play away from Sochi, Dynamo will have a derby against Spartak that day.