- Kloten wins the Zurich derby in the National League against ZSC Lions 3-1.
- Masters Geneva responded to the blow on Friday and beat Freiburg 5-2.
- Lugano wins goal scene over Bern 5:4.
ZSC Black – Kloten 1:3
The final third of the Zurich derby saw a lot of action. Underdog Kloten took a 2-0 lead into the middle third thanks to goals from Keanu Derong (24th) and Tyler Morley (32nd) and appeared to have controlled the lead with confidence. But in the last 20 minutes, the hosts tried to catch up. In the 42nd minute, top scorer Denis Malgin scored the next goal, and less than two rounds from the pointer, the goal returned to Kloten's goal. However, Dennis Hollenstein's supposed equalizer was not awarded due to goalkeeper interference. However: The momentum was now almost entirely on Zurich's side. However, that came to an abrupt halt in the 51st minute: Cristian Martí was forced to take a shower after a controversial check against Michael Losley's head and his team was outnumbered for five minutes. Kloten was unable to make this power play work, but scored shortly after the penalty kick expired. Tyler Morley scored the decisive goal in a 3-1 win.
Geneva-Servette – Fribourg-Gouteron 5:2
The champions showed a strong reaction to the embarrassing 1:6 defeat the day before against the “Dragon”. Noah Rudd (3rd) and Marc-Antoine Beaulieu (4th) secured a quick lead in the third period. Valtteri Filppula had a ready answer six times later for Julian Sprunger's 23rd-minute goal, and shortly afterwards Saakari Manninen brought the score to 4-1. And because Lukas Wallmark was able to pull one back shortly before the end of the third period, the home team also started the final period with a two-goal lead. Servette did it with confidence, and shortly before the end, Elliott Berthon scored Geneva's fifth goal into an empty net.
Ajoie – Move 1:3
After the shock defeat at home on Friday, Zug left nothing to be desired in the replay in Brontraut. The visitors, who succeeded once in the first two thirds thanks to Lino Marchini (5th) and Dario Simeone (35th), can especially thank goalkeeper Luca Hollenstein. With 30 saves, he made Ajoie's attack desperate time after time. Philip Michael Devos succeeded in preventing the shot with a goal in the 50th minute, but that was not enough for the Jura team. Dario Allensbach put the lid on things with his goal to make it 3-1 in the 55th minute.
Lugano – Bern 5:4
From the beginning, the two teams exchanged blows on the corner court. Bernd Wolf scored 1-0 for Logano after just 17 seconds. But Bern was able to respond in three ways: Thierry Schild (8th), Ramon Untersander (13th) and Jonah Lotto (16th) gave them a 3-1 lead in the main third. The scoring scene continued in the middle third. Michael Jolly (21 minutes) and Sandro Zanetti (31 minutes) equalized at the start before Tristan Cherui restored the lead for Bern in the 37th minute. The hosts equalized again in the 53rd minute through Cole Cormier. With about 3 minutes left, Wolff finally sent the home fans into ecstasy with a goal to make the score 5:4. Motzen had no reaction to that and, as on Friday, had to leave the ice as a loser.
Biel-Embry Biota 3:2
Second win in 24 hours for EHC Biel: As on Friday, Petri Mattikainen's team defeated Embry Biota 3-2. With the first non-power-play goal of the entire match, Fabio Hofer gave the Belers victory in the 45th minute. Previously, Yannick Rathgeb (26th) and Toni Rajala (34th) turned an early Embry goal through Dario Burgler (10th) into the score 2-1, Before Inte Pistoni equalized again shortly before the second siren sounded.
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