Davos keep on winning path

Ambri's Alain Demuth (right) and Davos' Andreas Haeller fighting for the puck Keystone

After a 3-1 victory against Lausanne on Saturday, Davos defeated their opponents once again and won 2-0 against Ambri on Sunday.

This content was published on January 13, 2002 - 22:38

The league leaders maintained their impressive recent form with goalie Lars Weibel celebrating his third shutout this season.

By failing to score any goals in their match against the league leader, Ambri seem to continue their trend of achieving as little goals as possible. Only Chur and Langnau have managed to score fewer goals this season.

Despite their disappointing 4-1 defeat against bottom-of-the-league team Chur, Lugano became the second team after Davos to qualify for the end-of-season play-offs.

On Sunday Zug proved that they have learned from their mistakes after their 5-3 defeat against Fribourg on Saturday. The team won 4-3 in their match against Kloten.

In their match against the SCL Tigers, Rapperswil won 3-2 on Sunday.

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