EHC BIEL-BIENNE vs EV ZUG
SEASON HEAD TO HEAD
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Bienne are coming off the 3-2 last gasp road win earned against Lausanne last night that followed the 2-1 win earned in Lugano before the international break. And now, they’re back at the Tissot Arena, where they won 7 of their 10 games played. Last night, one thing was clear again: the Seeländers, who delivered a solid performance, are able to win also when they’re not at the top of their game. We mean, they’re a big team!
Zug are coming off the 5-4 home defeat suffered last night against Davos that followed the 5-4 shootout win earned in Bern before the international break. The Bulls won only 2 of their last 7 games, seven games during which they conceded 3.14 goals on average. We mean, there is huge room for improvement. When it comes to play in the offensive zone, however, Dan Tangnes’ troops are lethal regardless of the results.
It’s quite rare that a game between Bienne and Zug played at the Tissot Arena goes to overtime. The last time it happened goes back to approximately 4 years ago, and more precisely it dates back to November 15th, 2014. On that day, the Bulls earned a 3-2 overtime win on the road thanks to the goals scored by Fabian Sutter, Dominik Schlumpf and Robin Grossmann. The Seeländers’ scorers instead were Niklas Olausson and Mathieu Tschantré.
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