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Höllviken keeps points at home against Warberg: 6-3 (+Highlights)

The points stayed at home in the game between Höllvikens IBF and Warberg IC: 6-3.

The usual suspects delivered in Höllvikens opening game of the season. Johannes Wilhelmsson (1+1) took care of the opening goal, assisted by Pontus Karlson Martell (1+1). Daniel Persson, the match top scorer with 2+1 points, scored 2-0 in the second period.

Warberg scored 2-1 halfway the game, but with goals from Fabian Hansson (1+1), Linus Bergström and Simons Svensson, the home team increased its lead to 4-2. Only three minutes after the third period had started, the game seemed to be decided as Höllviken had scored twice again already. Vidar Tirén’s 6-3 at 59:35 was too late to start a comeback.

Höllvikens IBF is ranked seventh with three points out of one game. Their next match will be against Helsingborg. Warberg hasn’t gained any points yet, after two games. Its next opponent is Pixbo Wallenstam.


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