14.02.2020 – PostFinance Arena / 19:45

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28.09.19 – EV Zug vs SC Bern 5-2

02.11.19 – SC Bern vs EV Zug 4-5 (SO)

23.12.19 – EV Zug vs SC Bern 1-0

Bern and Zug, the two finalists of last season, face each other for the fourth time this season. So far there was no deal to make for the title holders… the Bulls won all the three previous head to head of the regular season.

Let’s see the two teams’ form.


The last game

SC Bern vs ZSC Lions 3-4 (OT)

Bern is coming off the 4-3 home overtime defeat suffered against Zürich (despite the decent performance delivered) that followed the 3-2 home win earned against Langnau. The Bears proved the other night against the Lions that they’re very much alive despite the defeat. However, the truth is that also under Hans Kossmann they lost 2 of the 3 games played. We mean, now it’s time to win, no matter how.


Last game

EV Zug vs Lausanne HC 3-0

Zug is coming off the 3-0 home win earned against Lausanne that extended theri winning run to 4-games. Four games during which the Bulls conceded only 3 goals… we mean, Dan Tangnes’ troops – who won 6 of their last 8 games played on the road – became rock solid and thanks to their talent they’re able to win a lot of games even when the performances aren’t top notch. All things considered, the Bulls aren’t at the top of the National League table by accident.


It’s good omen for Bern to host Zug on Valentine’s day… it happened also in 2008 and back then the Bears earned a 2-1 home win thanks to the goals scored by Marc Reichert and Sébastien Bordeleau. Instead, Dale McTavish scored the consolation goal for the Bulls.


Here are the head to head stats, presented in collaboration with