SKA suffered a fifth defeat in a row, losing to Siberia in a KHL match
St. PETERSBURG, September 17 – Novosibirsk “Siberia” beat St. Petersburg SKA in a regular season match of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).
The meeting in St. Petersburg ended with a score of 2:1 (2:0, 0:1, 0:0) in favor of the guests. Taylor Beck scored a double for the winners (4th and 20th minutes). The hosts scored a goal from Valentin Zykov (36).
Sibir forward Sergei Dubakin played his 100th game in the KHL.
“Sibir” interrupted a series of three defeats in a row and, having scored 7 points in 7 matches, rose to seventh place in the Eastern Conference standings. SKA suffered a fifth defeat in a row and, with 4 points, is in penultimate, 10th place in the West. In the next match, the Novosibirsk team will host Avangard Omsk on September 21, while the St. Petersburg team will play at home with Severstal Cherepovets the day before.