11 Sep 2019, 18:30  |  Regular season  |  CN41  |  Olympic Arena Brasov
Sportul Studentesc Bucuresti2-17 CSM Brasov
Periods:
Shots:
0-5
(3-25)
0-5
(7-29)
2-7
(5-25)
 
Total: 15-79
Referees: Mihai Paul (Bandi Csaba, Filip Cristian)  |  Spectators: -
 
Goals and assists
01:53|away||0-1|Matyas Biro (Balasz Gajdo, Tamas Gajdo)
02:38|away||0-2|Balazs Peter (Pavel Borisenko, Daniel Tranca)
06:07|away||0-3|Daniel Tranca (Zsombor Molnár, Balazs Peter)
10:54|away||0-4|Balasz Gajdo (Matyas Biro)
19:16|away||0-5|Daniel Tranca (Zsombor Molnár, Pavel Borisenko)
21:37|away||0-6|Daniel Tranca (Zsombor Molnár)
24:20|away||0-7|Wacey Rabbit (Roberto Gliga)
30:17|away||0-8|Nicolae Rareș Vasile (Matyas Biro, Balasz Gajdo)
37:23|away|PPG|0-9|Cody Fowlie (Wacey Rabbit, Roberto Gliga)
37:37|away||0-10|Zsombor Molnár (Balazs Peter)
42:15|away||0-11|Pavel Borisenko (Balazs Peter, Daniel Tranca)
47:09|away||0-12|Wacey Rabbit (Roberto Gliga, Cody Fowlie)
48:45|away||0-13|Daniel Tranca (Logan Stephenson)
49:02|away||0-14|Daniel Tranca
49:13|home||1-14|Robert Fetes (Norbert Fetes)
50:56|away||1-15|Roberto Gliga
51:57|away||1-16|Logan Stephenson (Chase Harrison)
54:06|away||1-17|Wacey Rabbit (Chase Harrison, Nelson Armstrong)
56:26|home||2-17|Dragos Iordache (Iani Jugurica, Stefan Stanescu)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Szilard Beres|68|14|49:02|79.41
Rares Bularca|11|3|10:58|72.73
Name SA GA MIN %
Patrik Polc|6|0|29:55|100.00
Zoltan Toke|9|2|30:05|77.78
 
 
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