Latvian defender Uvis Jānis Balinskis scored a goal in the Czech hockey extra league game on Tuesday, as Balinska’s “Bīlī Tygrži” representing Liberec lost to defender Oskars Cibulski and Kladno “Rytīrži”.
Kladno team with Jaromir Jagr won 3:2 (2:0, 0:1, 1:1) and broke their four losing streak.
Balinskis scored the final goal of the match in the 49th minute.
He took three shots on the field in 24 minutes 36 seconds and the +/- indicator was +1.
For the home team, Cibulskis also had a +/- +1 indicator at 21 minutes 28 seconds.
“Mlada Boleslav”, represented by striker Māra Bičevska, defeated “Olomouc” at home 4:0 (1:0, 0:0, 3:0).
Bičevskis effectively passed the third goal in the 50th minute.
On the field, in 19 minutes 53 seconds, the striker scored two goals, won six of 16 shots and finished the game with a +/- indicator +2.
České Budejovice’s “Engine”, represented by defender Kristofers Bindulis and striker Mārtiņš Dzierkals, saw the lead of Brno “Kometa” 2:5 (1:1, 0:2, 1:2).
Bindulis scored once in 19 minutes 7 seconds, while Dzierkals stayed on the pitch for 13 minutes and 38 seconds, both finishing with a +/- indicator of -1.
Tršinec’s defender Kārli Čuksti and “Ocelarži” also lost to Pardubice’s leading team “Dynamo” 0:4 (0:0, 0:1, 0:4).
Chukste scored two goals in 19 minutes and 18 seconds on the field.
There are 11 Latvian ice hockey players in the teams of the Czech extra league. High on the tournament table is “Rider” of Vītkovice, represented by Bukarta, who is second with 83 points in 41 games.
Source: Tv Net
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