Vadym Shakhraichuk’s team secured another resounding victory against Pavel Legachev’s team.

Kharkiv Berserks (Kharkiv) – Kyiv Capitals (Kyiv) – 2:9 (0:3; 0:5; 2:1) 

Pucks: 0:1 – Tyshchenko (Lapko, Kryvonozhkin), 15:39; 0:2 – Panchenko (Koida, Berdniks), 17:43; 0:3 – Kryvonozhkin (Taran, Oliynyk, majority), 19:29; 0:4 – Kryvonozhkin (Oliynyk, Dvornyk), 20:48; 0:5 – Tyshchenko (Valkun, Sirchenko), 24:23; 0:6 – Tyshchenko (Sekirko, Kryvonozhkin), 26:49; 0:7 – Dvornyk (Taran, Tyshchenko, minority), 36:43; 0:8 – Tyshchenko (Sekirko, Luhovyi), 34:41; 1:8 – Karnaukh (Mazur), 46:51; 1:9 – Kutsevych, 51:52; 2:9 – Osadchyi (Obremskyi, Konovalov), 59:56

Kharkiv Berserks: Taras Muryn (Nazarii Sushak, 22:40); Rasim Abdullayev – Bohdan Piddubnyi, Denys Osadchyi – Yehor Bezuglyi (c) – Valentyn Muryn; Dmytro Klenov – Illia Pruskyi, Oleksandr Reziuk – Nikita Bielik – Daniil Duyun; Andrii Obremskyi – Anatoly Reziuk, Daniil Derkach – Taras Karnaukh – Daniil Mazur; Oleg Ruzhytskyi
Head coach: Pavlo Legachev

Kyiv Capitals: Boris Babik (Yaroslav Andriichuk, 20:00); Kostyantyn Ryabenko – Deniss Berdniks, Vladyslav Kutsevych – Serhii Chernenko (c) – Yaroslav Panchenko; Valentin Sirchenko – Pavlo Taran, Andriy Kryvonozhkin – Mykola Dvornyk – Mykyta Oliynyk; Colin Whitt – Eetu Moksunen, Vladyslav Luhovyi – Yevhen Sekirko – Danylo Tyshchenko; Timur Lapko – Anton Sychynskyi, Oleksandr Valkun – Denys Plesovskykh – Oleksandr Koida
Head coach: Vadym Shakhraichuk

This morning, Vadym Shakhraichuk’s started its wat to Vinnytsia. During the visit to Berserks, Capitals came in as favorites. During first 15 minutes, the Kharkiv team managed to contain the opponents’ attacks. However, before the first break, the puck found its way into Taras Murin’s goal three times.

Tyshchenko capitalized on Kryvonozhkin’s pass and executed a brilliant heel shot, beating Taras Muryn. Then Panchenko took matters into his own hands, scoring his 17th goal of the season and doubling the visitors’ advantage. Just before the break, Tyshchenko made assist for Kryvonozhkin, who was able to score after an initial unsuccessful attempt to beat the Kharkiv goalkeeper.

Andriichuk, who replaced Babik, started the second period in Kyiv’s goal. As about the game, it didn’t take long for the first double of the match to be completed on the ice. Once again, Kryvonozhkin was the author of this goal. This time, the Capitals striker successfully finished after a throw from Panchenko.

Instead, Tyshchenko took the matter further and capitalized on his opportunity. Danylo scored his second goal with a powerful shot into the top corner. This prompted a goalkeeper change for the home team, with Sushak replacing Taras Muryn.

However, Tyshchenko quickly caused trouble for Sushak as well. The Berserks defenders provided ample space for Danylo, and he skillfully took advantage of it by scoring another goal into the upper corner of the net. Dvornyk also added his name to the score sheet, effectively ending Vadym Shakhraichuk’s team’s fast attack and scored one more goal in match against Kharkiv Berserks.

The second twenty-minute session concluded with the poker registration. Just 11 seconds before the second break, the restless Tyshchenko scored his fourth goal, accounting for half of the team’s total goals.

 In the third period, Pavlo Legachev’s team successfully scored their first goal against the Capitals in the championship. Mazur won the throw-in, and Karnaukh skillfully directed the puck into the corner of Andriichuk’s goal.

Moreover, Vladyslav Kutsevych, themain hero from the match against Dnipro, continued his scoring spree in Vinnytsia. With impressive skills, the forward of Capitals single-handedly dismantled the opponents’ defense, increasing the guests’ lead to eight goals.

The hosts found little consolation in the fact that they claimed victory in the final twenty minutes. In the closing seconds of the match, Osadchyi once again defeated Andriichuk, sealing the final score of the game. As a result, Vadym Shaikhraychuk’s team secured second place, accumulating a total of 26 points. Meanwhile, the Kharkiv team remained in sixth position with four points.

Looking ahead, the Kyiv Capitals will be taking on Sokil in their next match, scheduled for November 25th at the Palace of Sports.