Two grizzlies for Germany: When the U20 World Cup takes place in Edmonton, Canada on December 25, the Wolfsburg ice hockey pros will have two cracks, with defender Steven Rebbe and attacker Jan Nijenhuwa put in the DEB jersey. You are the last in line, making their way into Canada on Sunday.
In preparation, Khaki’s pair were already in Füssen with the DEB team, then boarded the plane in Zurich in the afternoon. The Rebbe and Nijenhuis will have the opportunity to showcase themselves in the ice hockey homeland at the world’s best junior tournament. On the 21st there will be a test against Austria before, the second against the Czech Republic on 23 December, before Germany will play Finland on 25 December from 26th night.
Highlighting the progress of the 19-year-old striker, Cortina said, Grizzly coach Pat Cortina is happy for his performance: “I’m so proud and happy for them both. Jan has done a great job, has matured and Cutting more in his game. ” . “With Stevie, you should not forget that he had a hip operation last year. It’s great that he rebounded well and made a place in the team. We’ll miss both of them, but we’ll give him a chance Inspiring. Thumbs up, definitely. “
Also: German top talents John-Jason Peterka (EHC Munich) and Tim Stutzl (Adler Mannheim), both of whom were drafted by NHL teams over the summer. Stutzl was drawn to the third overall spot by the Ottawa Senators, with Palca starting in the second round in the 34th over by the Buffalo Sabers. In addition to Finland, the German selection in Group A will meet hosts Canada, Switzerland and Slovakia.