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The Brits lose to Morzine Averies in Chapter 2 (3-1)

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This Saturday, the Albatross lost to Morzine Avoriaz in their second duel in 24 hours (3-1). A defeat causes Brestois to lose its leadership position.

After the great success of Friday against the Penguins of Morzine (4-2), Brest did not confirm on Saturday. The Bretons were surprised by the Haut-Savoyards, and conquered them much more than the day before. This defeat drops Venestrian to second place in the First Division with two matches left of the end of the regular season.

tight start

Bristol knew the start to the game would never be the same as it was on Friday night when they quickly took a three-goal lead. From the very first minutes, Morzine-Avoriaz players pressed hard on Jiri Blazek’s goal. While Brestois would have been outnumbered, the locals opened the scoring courtesy of Couvat (1-0, 11th). Britton’s reaction was not long in coming despite the inferiority on the ice. Mathieu Tremblay served Frana perfectly to equalize thanks to his tenth feat of the season (1-1, 12).

Jerry Blasik couldn’t do it all

Despite this tie after the first period, the Albatross were completely dominated by the Penguins. Jerry Blazek held his team for more than a quarter of an hour before Detroit (2-1, 35) broke through. Logical aim rewards many attacks from locals. Still in the game at the start of the last 20 minutes, Bristow was stunned after two minutes of play with a shot from Luscombe (3-1, 42). With such a two-goal gap, Brestois had to take a completely different face in hopes of getting back into the game. And despite an empty cage in the last five minutes, Breton’s side failed to score that much-anticipated second goal.

Two more games for the Albatross before the playoffs

Currently ranked second behind Dunkirk, the Finisterians remain in good standing ahead of the play-offs. Therefore, the upcoming matches are very important for the players of Pavol Mihalik to be as high as possible in order to face a weaker opponent in the quarter-finals. The matches against Montpellier (14) and Nantes (8) will allow the Albatross to finish the regular season as they should before attacking the playoffs with the aim of repeating last season’s exploits.

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