this is incredible. Fabulous. Sensational. Nina Kristoff struggles during preparation in Füssen to join the squad for the Women’s World Cup in Canada. And then the Hammelburg women actually hit twice in their 3-0 opening win against Hungary and were also voted the best player on their team. And that’s three days after his 18th birthday.
“For me it’s already a dream come true, even in the World Cup. Overall, it was a good teamwork of all of us today. Of course, I want to thank my teammates I am the one who put me in the limelight and the record hangs,” says Neena
Christoph quoted on the homepage of the German Ice Hockey Association.
Both goals from Saalestädter, who lives in the United States, were absolutely worth watching and came in quick succession in the first third. First Nina Kristoff assisted Sonja Weidenfelder into the corner (13th), and then skillfully deflected a shot from Katharina Jobst-Smith (14th).
Julia Zorn scored the DEB selection’s third goal in the final third, while goalkeeper Jennifer Haro was celebrated without a goal for her shutout-game. The German team continues this Monday against Denmark, having lost their first group game 6-1 against the Czech Republic. There is also a live stream for the game, which starts at 8 pm German time (deb-online.de).
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