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Two goals in 20 seconds in the second period decided the outcome of this game, while Alexander Salak enjoyed his second shut-out in four games for Locomotive.

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HC SLOVAN Bratislava - Lokomotiv Jaroslavľ 0-3 (0-0, 0-2, 0-1)

Goals: 39. Loktionov (D. Apaľkov), 39. Sannikov (Rafikov), 51. D. Apaľkov (S. Kronwall, Kutuzov)
Penalties: 7:6 for 2 min, powerplays and shorthanded goals: 0:0, on-ice officials: Ansons (Lat.), Gusev - Bersenyov, Yudin (all from Russia), attendance: 8,587.

Line ups:
HC SLOVAN
: Čiliak - É. Gélinas, Sersen, Grman, Meszároš, Bačík, Švarný, A. Jánošík - Řepík, Taffe, Červený - Liška, M. Sukeľ, Lunter - Lamper, Bailey, Rau - Jeglič, Chipchura, T. Hrnka
Lokomotiv: Salák - Afanasiev, Nakládal, Rafikov, N. Čerepanov, S. Kronwall, Kutuzov, Osipov - Kozun, Loktionov, D. Apaľkov - Ilienko, Sannikov, J. Averin - Kartajev, Kraskovskij, Jurtajkin - N. Kovalenko, Ivanov, Kajumov - Denisenko

The game-breaking action came in the 39th minute. Andrei Loktionov opened the scoring and, on the next shift, Stepan Sannikov made it 2-0 for the visitor. For Slovan, looking to build on a midweek victory over Sibir, it was a hammer blow and the host never recovered.

Daniil Apalkov wrapped up the scoring midway through the third period; Salak turned away 18 shots for his shut-out.

West conference

P Team GP PTS
1. CSKA Moscow 62 106
2. SKA St. Peterburg 62 103
3. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 62 86
4. Jokerit Helsinki 62 80
5. Dynamo Moscow 62 72
6. HC Sochi 62 66
7. Spartak Moscow 62 64
8. Vityaz Podolsk 62 63
9. Dinamo Riga 62 62
10. Severstal Cherepovets 62 51
11. Dinamo Minsk 62 42
12. HC SLOVAN Bratislava 62 33
All Standings

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