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Swiss Women's Hockey Cup

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The favorited teams won their Round of 16 games of the Swiss Women's Hockey Cup: EV Bomo Thun, the Neuchâtel Hockey Academy and SC Weinfelden beat their lower-division opponents without receiving a single goal against them.

Photo: Mauricette Schnyder

The two Neuchâtel-based teams faced each other in this round. The SWHL A team, who only scored ten goals in ten championship games, won with 27-0 against the SWHL C team. 18-year-old Veronica Bucifalova was the best scorer of the game, recording five goals. EV Bomo Thun also fulfilled their task at hand perfectly: they beat Saint-Imier (C) with 23-0. Defender Simone Minder scored four goals in the said game.

SC Weinfelden was able to celebrate their first victory of the season, as they won against SWHL B team GCK Lions. Weinfelden secured their victory with a shorthanded goal, two power-play goals and one goal at even strength. In her debut for Weinfelden, Slovakian Sara Confidenti scored her first two goals. Weinfelden now has a big chance to move on to the final tournament, as they will either face Rot-Blau Bern or the SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers in the quarterfinal.

The quarterfinals, which will take place on December 10, will see three lower-division teams performing: SWHL C teams Sursee and Rot-Blau Bern or the Lady Lakers will face SWHL A teams Neuchâtel Hockey Academy and SC Weinfelden. SWHL B team SC Langenthal will play against the ZSC Lions and - in the only matchup involving two SWHL A teams - EV Bomo Thun will face HC Lugano. The winners of the quarterfinal will move on to the final tournament, which will take place on January 27/28 in Biasca.

Swiss Women’s Hockey Cup, Round of 16: ZSC Lions (A) – Reinach (A) 10:1 (2:0, 2:0, 6:1). Sursee (C) – Wisle (C) 7:3 (4:2, 1:0, 2:1). Wil (B) – Langenthal (B) 1:3 (0:2, 1:0, 01). GCK Lions (B) – Weinfelden (A) 0:5 (0:4, 0:1, 0:0). Neuchâtel Hockey Academy 1999 (B) – Neuchâtel Hockey Academy (A) 0:27 (0:4, 0:11, 0:12). Saint-Imier (C) – Bomo Thun (A) 0:23 (0:10, 0:6, 0:7). Rot-Blau Bern (C) – Rapperswil-Jona Lady Lakers (C) am 11.11. 

Quarterfinals: Sursee (C) – Neuchâtel Hockey Academy (A). Rot-Blau Bern (C))/Lady Lakers (C) – Weinfelden (A). Langenthal (B) – ZSC Lions (A). Bomo Thun (A) – Lugano (A). 

Last Update: 06 November 2017, 05:31 AM | mso

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