SKA-Neftyanik takes the Super Cup for the second time in a row

SKA-Neftyanik  takes the Super Cup for the second time in a row. Although, Moscow Dynamo were scoring first in both of halftimes, they didn't stand a slightest chance for coming back. These days they don't hold a candle to our hometown team. The highlight of the Super Cup game was a no show-cause penalty imposed on a SKA Head Coach Mikhail Yuriev for misconduct. He was sent off the ice field edge, his team and away from falling snow into the comfort of the office. You don't see it happen very often in bandy. Instead, our players showed off the chops and proved that justice prevails and the strongest wins. The game ended up with convincing, 9-5, as Alan Jusoev scored the first and the last one for SKA. 

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