U18 World Hockey Challenge. Russia - Czech Republic U19 - 3:4 OT

In the second match of the 2019 U18 World Hockey Challenge, the Russian national team came up short against the Czech Republic, conceding a narrow 3:4 defeat in overtime.

Initially, Russia took a 2:0 lead through Kirill Kirsanov and Daniil Chayka, but the Czechs subsequently made a comeback to score four goals and win the game.

Pavel Tyutnev scored the third Russian marker in the second stanza.

Russia will next play against Canada Red at the competition at 05:00 Moscow time on December 12.

Russia U18 - Czech Republic U19 - 3:4 OT (2:0, 1:3, 0:0, 0:1)


1:0 Kirsanov (Buruyanov), 02.57
2:0 Chayka (Zugan), 07.35
2:1 Psenicka (Klapka, Barinka), 25.06
2:2 Rychlovsky (Chernohorsky, Jindra), 31.21
3:2 Tyutnev, 34.14
3:3 Klapka (Barinka), 38.29
3:4 Barinka (Klapka), 62.57

Shots on target: 32 - 31

Penalty minutes: 8 - 14

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