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Offensively imaginative and harmless: Lausanne gave EV Zug a bad damper

The people of Zug cannot find a recipe to break the defensive bar in Lausanne. Ex-Zuger Tobias Stephan parries all shots. The 3-0 defeat is synonymous with the first loss of points this season.

Some may still remember the one memorable duel between Zug and Lausanne last season. In the third round, the Central Swiss lost 5: 6. It was the first loss of the season. After 13 minutes and 51 seconds, Zug was already 4-0 down. Leonardo Genoni's working day over - Luca Hollenstein replaced him. To anticipate one thing. Zug's goalie did not have to vacate his place early. At that time, Lausanne striker Cory Emmerton played a key role in the outcome of the game with four assists.

And the Canadian also had his stick in play on Friday evening. In the 19th minute, Robin Grossmann pushed the puck into the slot, where Emmerton deflected it into the goal. The way in which the guests were led matched the game in the first period. Few dangerous actions worth mentioning and a balanced shot ratio (7: 7). The tactically well-adjusted teams neutralized each other and only allowed a few scoring opportunities. EV Zug struggled with the way the Romands played.

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Tobias Stephan keeps tight against ex-colleagues

The second third started as the first 20 minutes ended: with a goal from the French speaking part of Switzerland. Because Jan Kovar received a 2 plus 10 minute penalty for a gang check 13 seconds after the restart, Lausanne was allowed to play power play and increased to 2-0 with the first majority of the evening. After Charles Hudon's passport, Brian Gibbons inserted. For Hudon it was the premiere in the Lausanne dress. The 26-year-old Canadian was signed this week. He was last on the ice for the Montreal Canadiens in the NHL. He played a total of 17 games for them last season. On Friday he was allowed to play in the 1st storm line at the side of Denis Malgin and Brian Gibbons. Hudon crowned his first appearance with an assist and the 3-0 shortly before the end in the orphaned Zuger Tor.

EV Zug fired 15 shots at Tobias Stephan's goal in the middle third, but he was able to defuse everyone. Time and again, the EVZ players found their master in their ex-teammate. Stephan had an excellent evening. Zug's top scorer Grégory Hofmann could have brought tension into the game in the final third. However, his attempt landed on the post.

EV Zug is having a hard time scoring goals

"We had our chances, the last pinch was missing," said Captain Raphael Diaz after the game. Striker Sven Senteler agreed with him. “In front of the Lausanne gate, we were not acting dangerous enough and sometimes too cumbersome. Unfortunately, we couldn't make a profit from Tobias Stephan's ricochets. " The Zugers could have run against the Romands for a long time on Friday. A goal did not want to fall. Lausanne acted solidly, cleverly and consistently on the defensive. And hit the offensive at the right moment. Sometimes the EV Zug seemed sluggish, powerless and lacking in ideas. "We didn't manage to get enough emotions on the ice," said Raphael Diaz. Sven Senteler added:

"We didn't have enough fire, like in the game against Bern."

Eight goals in four games are a poor result compared to the demands of EV Zug. "We can definitely do a lot more offensive than we have shown so far," explained Raphael Diaz. The majority game also didn't work as well as in the previous three games. The home team acted too awkwardly and incorrectly with one man more on the ice.

Even the almost 3,000 spectators did not like what was on offer and repeatedly expressed their anger. "We mustn't say everything badly now and will analyze the defeat today before the game and learn our lessons from it." Even tonight away against Ambri-Piotta, EV Zug has the opportunity to rehabilitate itself for the weak home appearance. "We will show a reaction," said Raphael Diaz.

EV Zug - Lausanne 0: 3 (0: 1, 0: 1, 0: 1)

Gates: 19. Emmerton (Grossmann, Kenins) 0-1. 22. Gibbons (Hudon / Powerplaytor) 0: 2. 59 Hudon 0: 3 (into the empty goal).

Punish: 2 times 2 plus 10 minutes (Kovar) against Zug, 5 times 2 plus 10 minutes (Douay) against Lausanne.

EV train: Genoni; Cadonau, Alatalo; Diaz, Geisser; Smurf, large; Zgraggen; Simion, Kovar, Hofmann; Martschini, Senteler, Klingberg; Thürkauf, McLeod, Bachofner; Leuenberger, Albrecht, Zehnder.
Lausanne: Stephan; Genazzi, Barberio; Heldner, Frick; Grossmann, Marti; Krueger, Antonietti; Gibbons, Malgin, Hudon; Bertschy, Emmerton, Kenins; Bozon, Maillard, Almond; Leone, hunter, Douay.

Remarks: Train without Stadler and Thorell (both injured). Train from 57:55 to 58:04 without a goalkeeper.