Rylan Schwartz is indispensable for Leuven Frankfurt

Rylan Schwartz is indispensable for Leuven Frankfurt

RYlain Schwartz goals and assists are guaranteed at Löwen Frankfurt this ice hockey season. In a DEL2 top game, in a 3-1 win last Friday at Bad Nauheim, the 30-year-old scored the final goal. The striker failed to score only in a 2-3 loss after extra time against Krimmitschau on Sunday evening. This is the exception.

Schwartz is currently the team’s top scorer. He can book 28 scorer points after 22 games, more than one point per game. Against Krimmitschau on Sunday, it was once again clear that the entire team needed good performances from their top scorers to be consistently successful. Other lines are also found, but not as often as with Schwartz.

did not succeed in the United States

“We focus primarily on ourselves, so if our game works out, not many teams can hold a candle to us,” he says. If the game of lions works, then Schwartz has a significant part in it. They are characterized by speed and physical toughness.

He is originally from Wilcox, a village of 250 people in the Canadian state of Saskatchewan. “If you add up the students, about 600 people live in that place,” he says. A look at the map also reveals why Schwartz started playing ice hockey. The village’s attractions can be roughly counted on one hand: in addition to a small butcher shop, there is an ice rink, two churches, a hotel and private school, whose students are more than twice the population.

Schwartz was drawn to a career in ice hockey at an early age. “There were thirteen ice hockey teams in the private school. For everyone who came there, ice hockey was a top priority. After finishing school, Schwartz went to college in Colorado, where ice hockey was also a priority for native Canadians. In America, however, Rylan Schwartz made no breakthrough.

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