Rodrigo Laviņš in all his glory.
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Final series ended with HK MOGO 4:2 (2:5; 5:2; 4:3, 0:2; 3:2; 5:0) victory over HK Kurbads. While HK MOGO has won the finals in their first year, HK Kurbads has participated two seasons and in both of them they finished 2nd. The sad fact is that the no team from Ogre has ever won the Latvian hockey league champion title, ASK Ogre finished 2nd five times of six seasons, Ogres Essamika finished 2nd two times of five seasons and now unlucky HK Kurbads two times second in two seasons. Some people this could be a comedy but for others horror.
Final series game highlights
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What happens when you have enough
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If you still don't understand what's Ogre has to do with all of this - Ogre is a city in Latvia.
- Most points in regular season 58 (21+37) and playoffs 18 (6+12) - Bruno Zabis (HK Liepāja);
- Most goals scored in regular season 23 - Aleksandrs Macijevskis (HK Kurbads);
- Most goals scored in playoffs 9 - Jānis Straupe (HK Kurbads);
- Most assists in regular season 37 and playoffs 12 - Bruno Zabis (HK Liepāja);
- Most points and goals scored by deferenceman in regular season 42 (20+22) and playoffs 17 (7+10) Mārtiņš Gipters (HK Liepāja);
- Most assists by defenceman in regular sesaon 23 - Oļegs Sorokins (HK MOGO);
- Most assists by defenceman in playoffs 10 - Mārtiņš Gipters (HK Liepāja).
- MVP - Miks Lipsbergs (HK MOGO);
- Best forward - Aleksandrs Macijevskis (HK Kurbads);
- Best defenceman - Mārtiņš Gipters (HK Liepāja);
- Best goalie - Edgars Lūsiņš (HS Rīga/Prizma).