Ice hockey | Jokerit lost to Ketterä in the top game in overtime

Jokerit came from two goals behind to equalize and pass, but had to settle for only one point in the end.

Lappeenranta remained unconquered by the Helsinki Jokers in this season's regular season of hockey Mestis.

Imatran Ketterä, which moved both of its Jokerit home games to the neighboring city, defeated the jester shirts on Friday 5-4 in overtime, extended its winning streak to six games and strengthened its grip on second place in the regular season.

Agile stretched his lead over the third-placed Jokers to seven points when the golden helmet Miku Ronkainen you took the puck away who played a good game Ville Kolppanen back to back in 64.07.

Ronkainen rose to the goal brazenly and hit the solution Oskari Kalajanniskan and Santeri Haakana between.

Jokers came into the match strong, and Erkka Seppälä took the visitors into the lead after only five minutes of play. Thanks to his strong end game, Seppälä dug the puck for his team and played next to him Good luck to Lindiwho dropped to the line for Haakana.

Haakana shot and Seppälä controlled the puck Santeri Lipiainen behind.

Wasted quality chances in the opening set Niko Lahtinen scored the Joker's second goal from the b-point arc with superior strength after the preliminary work of Haakana and Seppälä.

Joker's equalizer hit the back post Valtteri Jeskanenwho took Otto Karvinen shot and saved by Lipiäinen, took possession of the puck with his right foot and placed his shot right at the foot of the post.

Golden helmet Alexander Forslund shot the Jokerit into the lead in the middle of the final period with a superior performance in a special way, when his shot came off the stick of a Ketterä defender and sunk into the goal like a dangling puck.

The puck was scored by Forslund from the line for the shot, which was made in 48:22 of the preliminary work Hannes Häkkilä and Kalajanniska.

Forslund's seventh hit of the season came after just 19 seconds of a power play and lifted the Jokers to a full point pot.

Agile succeeded in actual game time Mikko Haaparanta with his back corner shot, Aleksi Akkila with foot control, Anri Ravinskis lead the goal with his turn shot and Akseli Mäkinen with his guide in 59.12.

Joker's next match is on Saturday at Nordis against Kiekko-Espoo.

The news is updated.

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