Ice Hockey World Championship: Canada beat Germany 5:3. defeated by

Ice Hockey World Championship: Canada beat Germany 5:3.  defeated by

meaningPa. Helsenki The Germany national ice hockey team started the World Cup tournament with a loss against Canada, as it did at the Olympics. In 3:5 against the defending champions, national coach Soderholm’s selection was corrected on Friday evening in Helsinki and Beijing was set to commit the wrongdoing. However, the youth national team made a lot of mistakes against record champions recruited from NHL stars and would have to make amends for another act: on Saturday evening (7:20 pm / Sport1 & Magentasport) Germany challenged again against Slovakia. who finished third. in the Olympics. Against Canada, second-rate North American AHL goals from Michaelis (28th) from the Toronto Marlies, Plachta (42nd) of Adler Mannheim and NHL star defender Cedar (53rd) of the Detroit Red Wings were not enough. NHL professionals Silinger (9th), Dubois (18th/32nd), Johnson (34th) and Gregor (38th) ruthlessly took advantage of the Germans’ negligence. Soderholm experienced an unpleasant start at the World Cup in his country, even though the effect was better at 1:5 in Beijing three months earlier. “We have to play easy,” said Stutzl of the Ottawa Senators in the first third break in Sport1: “We didn’t play a bad third. We all work hard together. We can definitely come back.” The DEB team really did. Improved, were clearly better at the start of the middle section and were rewarded with a goal. But multiple penalties brought the favorites back. Outnumbered, Canada deftly and consistently played up their playful and running superiority. In other games, the USA beat Latvia 4–1 in Group B. Germany’s group opponents Slovakia beat France 4–2 in Season A.

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