the Actress this week has been a step forward for Most, which for a long time, has been in a slump.
But it was the only win in the last three games.
the Team went on to their second straight loss to HV 71 on Saturday, at home, in the Scandinavium arena.
" If I'm starting to be on the positive glasses on, so is the first period of the good, then it feels to me, as I tend to feel it in the Scandinavium arena. We will be playing on instinct again, and that was it, I was hoping that we could find prior to the playoffs starting, says Roger Rönnberg when he sums up the game.
And continued: ”We're making pretty serious mistakes.”
" But then we released it in the second half, we will be influenced by the goals, and we are making pretty serious mistakes. It can be seen that it takes a rather naughty of the guys, " he said.
Early in the third period, Max Friberg, to be a hero to Most, when he launched a 2-1-disc. Prior to that, he assisted Jacob Peterson scored the first goal.
However, of late, turned the HV-71.
" if you Have a direction you want to hold onto it. I was put on the deportation process, as it will be the goal, and it doesn't feel good, " says She.
”the Taboo of talking about the stripes,” < / span>
" It was me. It is a taboo to talk about in print, but it seems to me that I have to stand still all the time, and that he is trampling all over them. I'm not quite sure of the regulatory framework. The judge's statement was the fact that I put it between my legs on him, and I didn't. But, as I said, it's hard to complain when it's not quite a hundred for yourself.
" I do think that progress is being made this week, and we're playing more like we want it to. And what are we going to focus on the next match. If it gets to six points, and we will end up with six, or three, or four points, and we will end up with eight in all, that's what we get to see it – it's not much to be done. The important thing is to focus on the performance, and feel that we are stable, in that the hockey game we want to play.
Updated Date: 07 March 2020, 19:00