The legends sold out the arena in Bratislava. Jagr’s team did not spare Višňovský – Pravda

In the “Legends are back” hockey exhibition, Jaromír Jágr’s team full of Czech players with NHL experience won 5:4 over Ľubomír Višňovský’s team. Photo: TASR, Pavel Neubauer The team captains and the faces of the exhibition were longtime NHL icons Ľubomír Višňovský and Jaromír Jágr. The match also had a charitable dimension, and the organizers donate part of the entrance fee to support children with handicaps. The hockey players also performed some technical feats that they still haven’t forgotten, and entertained the spectators in the audience. You can see how it looked at the stadium in the gallery. After the meeting, it was time for separate raids. They are the ones that amused the audience the most. The most beautiful goal was scored by Marián Hossa, who almost tore the net with a cannonball, but Jágr’s team also won the raids. Read more Let’s go home. A mass fight ended the hockey duel in the Czech Republic In an interesting exhibition match, captain Višňovský led the home team. The majority of the team was made up of players from Gothenburg’s successful championship in 2002. The Czech team was made up of the team that took part in the Olympic triumph in Nagano in 1998. However, it was also supplemented by current players. The meeting did not take place until the third attempt. The previous two, planned, for example also under the open sky in Špindlerův Mlyn, were canceled due to pandemic measures. Team Višňovský – Team Jágr 4:5 (0:3, 4:2, 0:0)
Goals: 31. Tatar (Vaic, Sekera), 34. Pucher (Nagy, Marián Hossa), 34. Handzuš (Gáborík, Marián Hossa), 35. Pálffy (Stümpel) – 2. Reichel (Voráček, Tlustý), 9. Bednář (Brendl, Pilař), 14. Tlustý (Voráček, Židlický), 26. Bednář (Prochádzka, Židlický), 37. Brendl (Klíma, Krajíček)
Team Višňovský: Lašák (30th Križan) – Višňovský, Podhradský, Lintner, Čierny, Sekeráš, Strbák, Sekera – Gáborík, Pálffy, Stümpel, Zedník, Marián Hossa, Marcel Hossa, Nagy, Handzuš, Kopecký, Uram, Vaic, Pucher, Pavlikovsky, Tatar. Trainers: Filc, Pokovič
Team Jágr: Pavelec (30. Mrázek) – Krajíček, Prochádzka, Pilař, Židlický, Jaroslav Nedvěd, Hronek – Jágr, Eliáš, Voráček, Irgl, Tlustý, Reichel, Varaďa, Bednář, Klíma, Brendl, Výborný. Coach: Ručinský The first goal was scored by the Czech team under the leadership of Jaromír Jágr, when Robert Reichel established himself. From the beginning, the visitors took the exhibition more seriously than the home team, and in the first period they were the only ones to score. In the 9th minute, Jaroslav Bednář scored the second goal of “Team Jágr” and Jiří Tlustý scored the third. Goalkeeper Ján Lašák caught several chances of the opponent. The Czech team started with a goal in the second period as well, when Bednář scored his second accurate shot in the match. The spectators at the Bratislava stadium shouted a goal for the first time only in the 31st minute after Tomáš Tatar’s finish. The Slovak team then added three more precise hits in a short sequence. First, Peter Puchel enjoyed Petr Mrázek, and then Michal Handzuš and Žigmund Pálffy prevailed. Read more Slovan was hoping for points in the Champions League. However, Team Jágra failed in the third period, but took the lead again after a precise shot by Pavel Brendel. In the 38th minute, the spectators saw the first foul of the Czech team. After the agreement of both teams, a separate raid followed, but Handzuš did not convert. The last third brought brisk hockey on both sides. The captain of the guests, Jaromír Jágr, was close to the goal, but the goalkeeper Karol Križan pushed his attack onto the post. In the third part, the audience did not see any accurate intervention. Attention COMPETITION: Outdo yourself at the Red Bull 400 and win great prizes