Fastest News Updates around the World

Finland won a penalty shootout against Switzerland in the Eurotour match


- Advertisement -

Moscow, February 10 – The Finnish national team won a penalty shootout over the Swiss national team in the match of the Swedish stage of the European Hockey Tour.
The meeting in Zurich ended in a penalty shootout with a score of 6: 5 (1: 1, 2: 4, 2: 0, 0: 0, 1: 0) in favor of the Finns. Tommy Teika (6th and 58th minutes) scored two goals for the Finnish national team, and Arto Rutsalainen (26), Atti Oksanen (36) and Ilmiri Ironen (42) scored goals. Luca Hescher (7), Calvin Turkov (21), Dario Mayer (24), Simon Knack (25) and Michael Vora (34) have all scored goals for the Swiss national team. Winning shot at Oksanin’s expense.
European Hockey Tour
09 February 2023 • Starting at 22:15

finished (b)

In addition to the national teams of Switzerland and Finland, the national teams of the Czech Republic and Sweden take part in the Swedish stage of the Eurotour.

- Advertisement -

The Council of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) at the end of February 2022 suspended the national teams of Russia and Belarus from international competitions for an indefinite period due to the situation in Ukraine. According to the President of the Russian Hockey Federation Vladislav Tretyak, the organization expects the Russian national teams to return to the international arena in 2024.

Leave a Reply

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More