The talented Latvian hockey player Rudolf Balcer could not score in eight consecutive games, but on Friday the 21-year-old striker hit his "dry" series and helped Belevil's senator team win the American Hockey League (AHL) championship game.
The Senate in their home match at 7: 6 (2: 1, 3: 3, 2: 2) won the current AHL Champions Toronto "Marlies".
Balcers started the season perfectly – with four goals and two drafts in four matches, but the sequel did not follow and in the eight eight games, he earned only three points to help his partner. He played a much better game on Friday because he managed to earn two points of effectiveness. Already in the third minute, Balcers won Kristian Volanin, who revealed the result, but in 35 minutes, Latvian won 4: 4.
"Senator" wins the goal one and a half minutes before the end of the main race and finishes the two loss series. The excellent Belevil team was Dreik Baterson, who won six achievement points (1 + 5).
Balcers this season has thrown five goals in 13 games and has collaborated six times, with 11 points being the second most successful player in the team.
Another match played on Friday by Nikita Jevpalov helped Laval's "Rockets" win Cleveland's "Monsters" with 5: 1 (3: 0, 0: 1, 2: 0). The Cleveland gates were guarded by Matīss Edmunds Kivlenieks, who fought with 19 of 24 goals.
Jevpalov has been modest this year in 14 matches that earned 2 + 1, while Kivleneck made 3.08 pounds in four games and dropped 88.7% in a row.
Meanwhile, Teodor Bluger stopped, while Providence's Bruins lost an extra time of 1: 2 (0: 1, 0: 0, 1: 0, 0: 1) by Vilksbare / Scranton Penguin. Blugger, assistant captain of the penguins, has won four goals this season in 12 games and scored twice twice.