March 6th, 18:00, Kyiv Sports Palace. Broadcast: MEGOGO, YouTube FHU

After four meetings in the semi-finals of the playoffs, both pairs were tied at 1:1. This news brings joy to hockey fans as the excitement continues to build.

With the following matches taking place at the venues of other teams, the dynamics of the series will shift. However, if Dnipro and Kremenchuk used to have their matches in Odesa, the change of location in our pair is merely nominal.

Capitals enter the upcoming match with a positive mindset after leveling the score with a hard-fought victory in Sunday’s game. Yet, there remains a crucial factor to consider.

A well-known proverb refers to the fact that fists are not waved after a fight. However, it is definitely not about our rivals. It seems that they were frustrated with Deniss Berdniks’ successful plays and decided to take matters off the ice. Following their appeal to the FHU disciplinary committee to review incidents from the second match, a decision was reached to disqualify Berdniks for one match and two matches with the right of redemption.

Despite this decision, Capitals remain determined to persevere and continue the winning streak!