Status: 05/22/2022 00:19 am
Germany is in the quarter-finals of the Ice Hockey World Championship in Finland. Thanks to Denmark’s 3–0 (1–0, 1–0, 1–0) victory over France, the DEB team achieved the knockout stage.
“The quarterfinals are all well and good, but every game is important to us. At the end against Switzerland is the key criterion – and we want to compete positively,” said Detroit Red Wings NHL defender Moritz Cedar. The game took place at the Ice Hockey World Championship in Finland after the victory against Italy. Just as good made the opening quarter-finals already for Germany.
improve the starting position
In the final group games against Kazakhstan (at 3.20 pm) on Sunday (May 22, 2022) and against Switzerland (11.20 am) on Tuesday, the selection of national coach Tony Soderholm now leads to their starting position for the quarter-finals next Thursday. may improve. Supposedly to avoid the strongest opponents in Group B.
“The teams are going to be stronger and stronger when we look at next week,” said Söderholm, who summed up going into the knockout stages: “It doesn’t really mean anything to me. Our next game is on Sunday.”
Sweden with Schutzenhilf in the quarter-finals
Thanks to Czech support, Sweden is in the quarter-finals of the Ice Hockey World Championships in Finland. The eleven-time world champions lost to the USA in Group B in Tampere after extra time 2:3 (1:1, 0:1, 1:0, 0:1), but 4:1 (1:0, Norway Tre. 1:0, 2:1) of the checks on kronor bought tickets for the knockout rounds on Saturday evening.
Olympic champions Finland, who were the first team to secure their place in the quarter-finals on Friday with a 6-0 win against relegation candidate Great Britain, also won 3-0 (1-0, 1-0) in Tampere. ) celebrated with. 1–0) victory against the Austrians, who were in danger of a fifth victory.
Switzerland deserved the winner against Canada
In Group A, defending champions Canada and Switzerland advanced to the quarter-finals before their meeting with Denmark’s 3–0 win over France – as did Germany. In a highly-rated and extremely fast-paced game, the strong Swiss team defeated the record world champions 6:3 (3:3, 1:0, 2:0) and topped the table with their fifth win. in five games.
Swiss Andres Ambuhl replaced German record national player Udo Kiesling in his 120th World Cup game as the record player. For the 38-year-old, it is his 17th appearance in the 85th title clash in Helsinki and Tampere. He was also on the ice five times at the Olympic Winter Games for the Swiss.
Olympic bronze medalists Slovakia kept their chances in the quarter-finals after beating Italy 3–1 (2–0, 0–0, 1–1).
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