Russia U20 wins 4-nation tournament in Podolsk

Russia U20 wins 4-nation tournament in Podolsk

04 Sep 2011 | Henrik Lundqvist

The Russian Under-20 team beat Sweden 3-2 in overtime to finish on top of the four-nation tournament in Podolsk. Sweden finished second, Finland third and Czech Republic fourth.

 
 
 
 
Maxim Shalunov scored at 4:38 of the overtime period to win the last game of the tournament 3-2 for Russia. Russia and Sweden had both beaten Finland and Czech Republic so this game also functioned as a final.

Shalunov’s game-winner was a beauty. A powerful shot in the far top corner assisted by Zakhar Arzamastsev and Pavel Kulikov.

Shalunov had also opened the scoring at 5:47. Sweden’s John Vestin tied it at 12:53 and Sweden took the lead when William Karlsson scored at 41:13 after a scoreless second period. The Swedish lead lasted for 15 minutes until Daniil Apalkov tied it with a little more than three minutes remaining of regulation.

Finland beat Czech Republic 7-2 to finish third.

Swedish 1994 born forward Sebastian Collberg won the top scorer award with 3 goals and 3 assists.

Top scorers
Sebastian Collberg 3+3
Miro Aaltonen 3+2
Daniil Apalkov 3+2

4-Nations Tournament in Podolsk Sept 1-3

#ClubGWW-OTL-OTLScoreP
1Russia3210016:78
2Sweden3201014:97
3Finland3100215:183
4Czech Republic300035:160

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