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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.

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