Switzerland's top four teams in the ice hockey first division extended their lead on the rest of the table in Friday's matches with Ambri achieving an impressive 5-1 win against Kloten and Lions extending their lead at the top.This content was published on October 20, 2000 - 22:44
There were few surprises in Friday's division one ice hockey fixtures with Ambri taking an extra point for their third position in the league table, while Zug steamrollered Rapperswil, 6-1.
Lions were given a one-point lead on the others after winning away against La Chaux-de-Fonds, 2-3. Fribourg, however, rocketed from 10th to sixth place in the table after a comfortable away win against Langnau Tigers, 2-4.
There was no change for the fortunes of Davos and Chur who also clashed on Friday: Davos remain in fourth position and Chur stay at the bottom, having lost 2-1 to their hosts.
In Saturday's matches Berne take on the Tigers, Chur host La Chaux-de-Fonds, Davos travel to Fribourg, while Ambri battle against Rapperswil. The highlight of Saturday's action will be a close-fought Derby between Lions and Zug.
swissinfo with agencies
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