BUDAPEST – Slovak hockey players under the age of 18 also succeeded in their second appearance at the Tournament of Olympic Hopes in Budapest. They won convincingly 5: 0 over their Polish peers.
Two goals were scored by the offensive leader Samuel Honzek, a clean sheet of thirteen successful interventions was taken by the goalkeeper Patrik Jurčák. The Slovaks played the match without a single excluded player.
In the last performance at the tournament, the charges of coach Ivan Feneš will play on Saturday from 2.00 pm against Hungarian peers. The information comes from hockeyslovakia.sk.
Under-18 Olympic Tournament in Budapest:
SLOVAKIA – Poland 5: 0 (2: 0, 1: 0, 2: 0)
Goals: 14. Honzek (Mišiak), 17. Fedák (Bartakovics, Kurty), 28. Honzek (Šotek, Kmec), 55. Molnár (Fedák, Petrík), 60. Kurty (Dej, Patzelt), disqualification: 0: 5 for 2 min, power-ups: 1: 0, weakening: 0: 0, shots on goal: 37:13. The decision was made by A. Nagy – Árkovics, Kis-Király, 30 spectators.
SR composition: Jurčák – Kmec, Nahálka, Marko, Patzelt, Thomka, Tomas, Culík, Lörincz – Mišiak, Šotek, Honzek – Dej, Kopecký, Križan – Molnár, Fedák, Petrík – Melicher, Bartakovics, Kurty.
Ivan Feneš, coach of SR 18: “It was our best performance here in Budapest. We fought the whole duel against the Polish defense and the goalkeeper. There could have been many more goals, but let’s be modest. The guys showed great potential for the next matches and confirmed that they are worth working with. We’re looking forward to a duel with Hungary, in which the final winner of the tournament will be decided. “