HC Kehra/Horizon Pulp&Paper
Which team will win Baltic Handball League 2017?
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Baltic Handball League's group stage is reaching halfway – after coming weekend all teams have played half of the games and can go on a deserved Christmas-break. But before that a great weekend is ahead with 8 matches in 4 countries, including some top-of-the-table clashes, BHL classic encounters and an historical match in Ukraine.
Weekend in Baltic Handball League offered everything – tough battles, one-goal wins, draws and some clear superiorities. Curiously only two teams out of ten in action managed to take four points – Serviti Põlva and SKA Minsk won both their games, while ZTR Zaporozhye also continues to be unbeaten.
Last minute changes to BHL schedule on Sunday, 13th November: Dragunas Klaipeda - ZTR Zaporozhye will start at 15:00 and not at 14:00 as previously announced due to ZTR's very late match on Saturday. Apologies for any inconviences.
Baltic Handball League returns after six-week break with a total of nine games to be played in the coming weekend. Most of the action is concentrated to Lithuania this time, as no fewer than six of the games will be played in Vilnius, Kaunas and Klaipeda.
The 2016/17 Baltic Handball League's opening weekend brought some exciting matches, some one-sided games, a first draw and some shocking results. Only two teams started with two wins – defending champion Cocks Riihimäki and newcomer ZTR Zaporozhye.
The 2016/17 season in BHL will get underway on Saturday with the main battlefield for the first weekend being Estonia. Three-time winner SKA Minsk and newcomer ZTR Zaporozhye will "host" Viljandi HC and HC Kehra/Horizon Pulp&Paper, while last year's BHL winner Cocks Riihimäki is welcoming two Lithuanian clubs to kick off their title defence.
|2||HC Kehra/Horizon Pulp&Paper||4||3||0||1||115:113||2||6|
|5||VHC Šviesa Vilnius||4||1||0||3||105:126||-21||2|