LAUSANNE HC vs EHC BIEL-BIENNE
SEASON HEAD TO HEAD
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Lausanne are coming off the 4-3 overtime home defeat suffered against Davos that followed the 4-3 away defeat suffered against the same opponent but away from home. The Lions Vaudois won only 2 of their last 6 games… but surely they did better at the Vaudoise Arena, where they won 5 of their last 7 games played. There is no denying that Ville Peltonen’s troops have an impressive potential, but there is also no denying that they lack of consistency. Which Lausanne will we see tonight? The one on “fire” or the one who “struggle”?
Bienne are coming off the 2-1 win earned against Lugano on the road that followed the 3-2 home defeat suffered against Ambrì-Piotta. The Seeländers are like the Lions Vaudois, they lack of consistency. Nevertheless, they are still at the second place on the table even though aren’t at the top of their game. They need to improve their away record though, considering that they won only 3 of their last 8 games played away from the Tissot Arena.
Lausanne and Bienne have great goalies… the latter, however, must be at the top of their game tonight if they want to earn a shutout. The last time that a goalie earned a shutout when Lausanne and Bienne faced each other in the Canton of Vaud in fact, dates back to October 17th, 2014. On that day, the Lions Vaudois earned a 5-0 home win thanks to the goals scored by Caryl Neuenschwander, Daniel Bang, Ossi Louhivaara (2) and Benjamin Antonietti. The hosts’ goalie was Cristobal Huet.
HEAD TO HEAD STATS