After a month-long injury break, goalkeeper Daniil Filimonov is expected to return to the goal of Ice Hockey League bottom Hammer Isbrain in a tough away game in Hearn on Friday.
Hmm – the competition in the team is getting bigger. Now only coach Jeff Jobs can be expected to improve performance and results. With the exception of the injured Victor Beck (knee) and Jesse Roach, who had to return to Canada for important personal reasons, Ice Hockey League club Hammer Eisberen’s coach is available for the weekend with tough games at Hearn (Friday). 8 p.m.) and on their own ice against the Tilburg Trappers (Sundays, 6.30 p.m.) all-artists are available. That means goalkeeper Daniil Filimonov, who had to wait a few months due to a torn patellar tendon, will also return between positions. Job confirmed: “He told me earlier this week that he was ready.” “Then he too will be in the gate.”
The coach was satisfied with the combative approach in the unfortunate 4-5 loss against Mosquitos Essen. At least in this regard the team appropriately responded to the 1:10 debacle in Erfurt. “We should have won this game. Defensive mistakes like this are not allowed after just 30 match days,” Job insisted.
Some players are threatened by the spectator role
Taking into account the improved personnel conditions, the instructor is now able to react to create fluctuations. “It may be very difficult for some people in the coming weeks,” Koch declared. “Someone who doesn’t perform well has to be seen.” Job will rely on three defensive pairs already at Hearn on Friday. This means that only six defenders will be used. Whoever becomes the bench press, his or her decision is likely to be decided by the final training impressions.
On paper, the Hammers are facing almost insoluble tasks with the table sixth with games against Harner EV and third Tilburg Trappers. But nothing disappoints in ice hockey, especially since the Polar Bears have gained an aggressive quality with the signing of the Canadian Kyle Brothers from EG Diaz-Limburg. As an outsider, the hammer can play freely and simply surprise.
Nickel moved to Dortmund
Meanwhile, Marvin Nickel, who had replaced Filimonov in the Polar Bears’ goal until three weeks ago and who after a heated debate asked Coach Job to terminate his contract, now faces a new sporting challenge. The 30-year-old has now signed for regional division Dortmund Eisadler. There he meets some old friends. Eleven former Polar Bear players are currently on the Dortmund team, including Dustin Demuth, Kevin Thau, Oliver Kraft and Robin Locke.
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