Semyon Galkevich. Forward “Vityaz” Alexei Byvaltsev said that the process of adaptation in the suburban hockey club took him more time than he could because he has failed to score in the first matches for his new team.
“The knight” on Wednesday in Podolsk lost to the Moscow CSKA with the score 2:3 in overtime in a match of the regular championship KHL. The Moscow club lost the fifth match in a row and 10th of their last 11. Byvaltsev scored a goal, which was his first for the “hero” after moving from SKA in mid-October, and transmission.
“The first two minutes of the match were horrible, conceding two goals, but then began to play their football and turned the tide of the match. In overtime gave the initiative, we had to keep the puck, to attack, and we beat the shift and missed the goal. Yes, I have every day feeling that today will score! Just kidding, before the game was not a special feeling,” said Buvaltsev reporters.
“Last match I played, it looked from the outside, analyzed, rest, and benefited from it. Of course, it’s tough when you change during the season and not before. Knew it would be difficult. If you’re in-just give in the first matches, it will be easier. But I have not, unfortunately, so to adapt, I spent more time,” said Buvaltsev.