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29.12.2021 – 11:08

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EHC Red Bull Munich’s negative series continues after a 2:3 penalty shoot-out at the latter in Schwenningen. “It’s going in the wrong direction,” said captain Patrick Hager angrily about the 7th loss in the 8th game and noting the striking defense weaknesses: “We are currently looking for ways to lose games and not win. ” Mannheim coach Pavel Gross warned after a strong 5-1 win over Munich on Sunday: “Keep your feet on the ground,” immediately after the Eagles lost the chasing duel at Wolfsburg 1-2. Due to a total of 16 penalty minutes, Nicholas Cramer complained, “We can’t get rolling!” With a 2–1 win in Cologne, Eisbren are close to the year at the top of the Berlin table. Goalkeeper Matthias Niederberger sees further improvement with the German champions: “We are far from where we want to be, but we are on the way there.” Following their first World Cup win against the Czech Republic, the German U20 selection will play hosts Canada on Thursday night. “We can offend the Canadians – there’s at least a point in that,” said Alexander Blanc, who scored a double against the Czech Republic. MagentaSport will be telecast live from 12.45 pm.

Below are the most important voices of the day – if used, please name the source MagentaSport. On Thursday we continue with DEL Live Ice Hockey in the Fastest Conference. With, among other things, Adler Mannheim’s top game against Düsseldorfer EG – live on MagentaSport from 7pm onwards. The U20 World Cup is also available live and free of charge to Magenta TV subscribers.

U20 World Cup in Canada – Germany against the hosts: “We can annoy the Canadians”

The German U20 selection looks confident before the duel against runners-up Canada (from 00.45 tonight) – a solid 1:3, a solid 1:3 against Finland, a strong 2:1 overtime success against the Czech Republic. “We can upset the Canadians – there’s at least a point in it. There’s a lot in it for us,” say double goalscorer Alexander Blanc and goalkeeper Florian Bugle in MagentaSport double interviews.

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Super talent Tim Stutzl didn’t get approval for the World Cup from his club Ottawa Senators, but it looks like he is. After the extraordinary 2–1 win against the Czech Republic, Alexander Blanc said in an interview, “I spoke to Timmy on the phone before and during the tournament. He tipped me that I should move the disc to the back of the goal more often. needed.” MagentaSport. Tim Stutzl was also the first to congratulate: “Exactly 5 minutes after the game!”

On New Year’s Eve, Germany meets Austria at the end of the group stage – live from 7.45 pm. “We definitely need to get 3 points against them. I think we are the better team,” says Alexander Blank. His goalkeeper colleague Bugl, who plays for RB Salzburg, is a bit more cautious: “The Austrians have a very good offense. So we have to give everything again to get 3 points home.”

MagentaSport shows German games live in the group stage and in the quarter-finals from 2 January.

Germany vs Czech Republic game link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oFR6N6goJ4

Voice from the Dell: Kölner Hei – Isberen Berlin 1:2

The Polar Bears have won 7 of the last 8 games and have overtaken Mannheim to top the table. Goalkeeper Mathias Niederberger excelled with 33 saves and a catch rate of 97%: “Cologne started the game under a lot of pressure and we still had a little bit of travel in our bones. But we really wanted to win the last game of the year and somehow we managed it. We dominated that then, especially in the final Third.” What you can expect from Polar Bears next year: “That we will continue to win. We want to continuously improve. We are far from where we want to be, but on the way.”

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Kölner Haie waits for a win after 60 minutes for 6 games and is generally only able to win one of the last 6 games. Cologne captain Moritz Müller nonetheless remained calm: “We started very well and we knew Berlin would react to that and came out of the dressing room strong. Once they left, they found it difficult to stop. Overall, it was a close game that ended Could have gone either way. Unfortunately, we didn’t take our chances.”

Game link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRuLPT275zo

Grizzlies Wolfsburg – Adler Mannheim 2:1

First a strong 5:1 against Munich, then the Eagles lost again for the first time in 4 games. Nicholas Kramer on Defeat: “I think we took too many penalties. That way we don’t get any momentum in our game and we can’t move forward. That was our problem today… we don’t need to make excuses… we We’re professionals, we want to win every game. So it’s definitely not a question of motivation. We’re already looking forward to the next game.”

The Wolfsburg Grizzlies won the top game against Mannheim and moved the Eagles down the table with one point and one game more. Sebastian Furchner extends his contract with the Grizzlies: “Today is a successful day.” Fabio Pfohl was delighted after the win: “It was a good team effort today. We had a happy ending today.”

Game link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=63Mxw09KKBE

Schweininger Wild Wings – EHC Red Bull Munich 3: 2 (SO)

Schwenningen Wild Wings celebrate their second win in a row, but slip to last place as Bietigheim won in Düsseldorf after 60 minutes. Schwenningen’s captain Travis Turnbull was nonetheless pleased: “It was a good game… Now let’s start collecting some points… We have good morale in the team. We love the game, we love to play together.” Asked if he would extend his contract at Schwenningen, he replied in German: “Let’s see. We’ll see.”

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Munich’s bad phase continues. Wild Wings suffered their 7th loss in the last 8 matches. As a result, the team slips to 5th place behind ERC Ingolstadt. Munich captain Patrick Hager was accordingly incensed: “At the moment we are looking for ways to lose games and not win them. There have been different reasons for this in the last few games and it is bitter. It is going in the wrong direction. We created enough chances and couldn’t. Methods Find “We are often punished for the little mistakes we make. In the end, it’s us in the dressing room who can change that. We’re not going to bury our heads in the sand. But we certainly cannot be satisfied.”

Game link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=jM32uo-nBbE

Ice Hockey Live at MagentaSport:

Thursday, December 30, 2021

U20 World Cup Live from Canada

From 12:45 pm: Canada – Germany

Penny Dale Live

From 7 pm onwards as a single game or in conference: Krefeld Pinguin – Nuremberg Ice Tigers, ERC Ingolstadt – Grizzly Wolfsburg, Pinguins Bremerhaven – Düsseldorfer EG, Straubing Tigers – Kölner Hai, Bietigheim Steelers – Adler Mannheim, EHC Red Bullsters

Friday, December 31, 2021

U20 World Cup Live from Canada

From 7.45 pm: Germany – Austria

From 01/02/2022

Quarterfinals start with the 4 best nations from both the groups

Penny Dale Live

Sunday 2 January 2022

From 1:45 pm: Isberen Berlin – Bietigheim Steelers, Kölner Hai – Isberen Berlin

From 4.15 pm: Augsburger Panther – ERC Ingolstadt, Grizzlies Wolfsburg – EHC Red Bull Munich

From 4.45 pm: Iserlohan Roasters – Straubing Tigers

From 6.45 pm: Nuremberg Ice Tigers – Schweninger Wild Wings

Monday, 01/03/2022

From 7.15pm: Cologne Sharks – Penguin Bremerhaven

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