Two clear wins for Adler

Two clear wins for Adler

Mannheimer Adler has had a successful Christmas weekend behind him. They recorded two very clear victories against Düsseldorf and Munich.

Manahim – (Bore). It was a successful Christmas weekend for Mannheim Adler in the German Ice Hockey League (DEL). Coach Pavel Gross’ team won the game “Der Shining Hearts” with a 4:1 draw against Düsseldorfer EG in front of 750 selected spectators at the local SAP area on Thursday evening. On Sunday, Adler won another home game, this time without spectators, in a top duel with 51 (1-0, 2-1, 2-0) against EHC Red Bull Munich.

In addition to the injured Corbinian Holzer, Ilarie Mellart and Borna Rendulic, as well as Arkadiusz Ziambor and Florian Elias, who are in the Under-20 World Cup in Canada, Adler had to leave Joonas Lehtivuori and Lynn Bergman on short notice for the top-ranked squad. Play. Defender Thomas Larkin was also missing on short notice. He voluntarily went into quarantine. There was a suspected Omicron case in his environment. Even without the absent Adler actors, Mannheimer was superior from the start. Marcus Eisenschmidt took the lead with his first chance to score (5th). As a result, Mannheimer was well defended, keeping Munich away from his residence. Red Bull got off to a better start in the second round. Trifels proved Parks’ shot wrong in 1:1 (22nd minute).

But Mannheimers responded quickly. Dennis Rule scored 2:1 (26th) and Tim Wohlgemuth increased it to 3:1 (36th). In the final section, Jordyn Szwarz made it 4–1 (45th). Mark Katic scored 5-1 (59th) for the final point.

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Lynn Bergman, Ruslan Iskhakov, Moritz Wirth and Jordan Szwarz scored on Friday for the Mannheim team. “I’m very happy that I was finally back on the ice after such a long time and we were able to celebrate the success as a team,” Iskhakov said. At the table, Adler remained on the heels of front runner Eisberen Berlin and extended his lead on third Munich.

Shorthand against Munich, goals: 1:0 Eisenschmidt (0:19), 1:1 f. Tiffels (21:17), 2:1 Rule (23:45), 3:1 Wohlgemuth (35:50), 4:1 Szwarz (45:46), 5:1 Katic (59:45). Referees: Sean MacFarlane (USA) / Gordon Shukeez (Hearney). Time Penalty: 10/4

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