Kazakhstan won Poland 4:2 in the World Ice Hockey Championship 22 апреля 2011, 18:46
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Kazakhstan ice hockey team won 4:2 against Poland in World Championship Division I in Kiev, Tengrinews.kz reports citing Kazakhstan Ice Hockey Federation.
Kazakhstan hockey players were attacking during most of the first period and created many goal chances. The first puck was delivered by Maksim Belyaev on the 6th minute after a a pass from Aleksandr Polischuk. Roman Savchenko scored the second goal on the 11th minute.
Konstantin Pushkarev scored the third goal on the 35th minute. On the 42nd minute the Polish team managed to deliver one puck to Kazakhstan gates. On the 51st minute a Polish player scored the second goal for his team. On the 59th minute Maksim Semenov from Kazakhstan delivered the fourth puck which became the last in the match.
Earlier Kazakhstan team won against Estonia, Great Britain and Lithuania. The next game will be played against Ukraine on April 23.
Ukraine is the host country of the competition. It is considered the toughest team in the Division among Kazakhstan's competitors and the most advanded one in by its rank.
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