In the finnish Salibandyliiga an attentive ref applied a floorball rule many don’t even know. You actually don’t need a floorball cage to score a goal. It’s about the marked gap, which is just being covered by the cage.
By winning the elite category of this year’s Czech Open 2016 tournament Erä Viikingit might approach as the new powerhouse of international floorball.
There were several amazing comebacks in floorball history. But what was going to happen on October 18, 2015 in the Salibandyliiga match between SPV and Erä was from a different planet. Four minutes before the end Erä was leading 6:0. But it ain’t over ’til it’s over, right?
SPV’s Erik Härkönen scored a pretty decent between the legs goal agains Loviisa in a Finnish Salibandyliiga match. After winning a lucky one-on-one he got into a bad angle and did what you’ll try next training.
Over one year before Jean-Claude Van Damme carried out his famous split between two reversing trucks Markus Huhtimo performed an almost similar piece in the Finnish Superligan final between SSV Helsinki and SPV.