▷ PENNY DEL live at MagentaSport – Sunday with Mannheim against Berlin and Cologne against …


15.01.2022 – 09:12

MagentaSport

Munich (ots)

The Eisbären Berlin lost the top game against Munich 2:3 in overtime. “We could have played a lot more confidently,” said Matthew White after the game, who wants to finish the game as quickly as possible: “We have a big game on Sunday, so we have to put that behind us and focus on Sunday.” Then it’s off to the next cracker in Mannheim – from 4.45 p.m. live on MagentaSport. After the Corona break, the people of Munich were finally able to celebrate a win again and stop the series of defeats. “We were a bit rusty at the beginning,” said match winner Benjamin Street: “We’re trying to get back into the flow after the break.” The gloomy times at the Kölner Haie continue. The 1:3 in Krefeld was the 7th defeat in a row and on Sunday the derby against DEG will continue (live from 1.45 p.m.). Jan-Luca Sennhenn remains positive: “We have to force luck.”

Below are the most important voices of the day plus clips – if you use them, please name the source MagentaSport. Top game weekend for the Eisbären Berlin. After Munich on Friday, Adler Mannheim will follow on Sunday – from 4.45 p.m. live on MagentaSport. The current program overview is available here: www.magentasport.de/programm

Eisbären Berlin – EHC Red Bull Munich 2: 3 OT

The Eisbären Berlin lose the top game against Munich and thus concede the 2nd defeat in a row, but still remain the leaders. Matthew White analyzed: “It was a good game. We had some problems in the first period and could have been further behind… We got better as the game went on, but by then it was too late. We managed to equalize, but I felt we could have played a lot more confidently… We have a big game on Sunday so we have to put that behind us today and focus on Sunday. It’s going to be an important game.”

After the Corona break, EHC Red Bull Munich celebrates its 1st victory after the last 5 defeats in a row. Game winner Benjamin Street nevertheless found: “We were a bit rusty at the beginning. We hardly made a pass there. It was good that we stuck with it. We’ve been in a lot of overtime games lately and we’ve always lost. It’s nice that we got the right ending today … We’ll try to get back into the flow after the break.”

Munich’s Managing Director, Christian Winkler, before the game with words of praise for the German champions: “The polar bears are the non-plus-ultra in the league. That’s why they’re rightly up there. They play the best ice hockey, the most consistent ice hockey. We want to counteract it. We didn’t necessarily have the best trend before our Corona break, although it wasn’t all bad.”

The link to the game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9dOlbqc-a8

Krefeld Penguins – Cologne Sharks 3:1

The Kölner Haie also lose the 7th game in a row and are in 9th place with 56 points, just ahead of DEG. Jan-Luca Sennhenn struggled after the game: “Unfortunately, we’re still missing that little bit of luck up front… We fought hard. Unfortunately, we then got the 1-2 in a 3-a-side. We came back well in the third period, gave everything, but unfortunately it worked not enough.” On Sunday we’re going to the big derby against Düsseldorf – what can you take with you? “We have to keep going and not give up. We have to force luck.”

The Krefeld Pinguine win their first game of the year and pass Bietigheim in 12th place. Alexander Bergström was self-confident after the win: “I honestly think we played very smart today… We didn’t overthink things, kept it simple and were clever… It was a solid game with no major issues.”

The link to the game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ck5pTZYIpU

Augsburger Panther – Bietigheim Steelers 3:1

The Augsburg Panthers win the direct duel against a decimated Steelers and move up to 11th place. Henry Haase on the success: “That was very important. Every win counts for us now… But you have to give Bietigheim respect for coming at all during these difficult times… Our first third was really bad today. An announcement in the dressing room was sorely needed… But in the end it doesn’t give a shit how we won today.”

The Bietigheim Steelers traveled to Augsburg with 12 field players and 2 goalies because the rest of the team was in quarantine. Maximilian Renner therefore had to be on the ice for 34:21 minutes, but did not complain: “We had that last season too. Anyone who does team sports knows that it brings people together. Hats off to the boys. We gave everything. However, we conceded the goals too easily. Nevertheless, kudos to what the team did today.”

The link to the game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gAyJXafOn4

Straubing Tigers – Penguins Bremerhaven 5:1

The Straubing Tigers don’t give Bremerhaven a chance and remain within striking distance of the direct playoff places. Goalie Sebastian Vogl was about to shut out. However, the late goal didn’t bother him: “Yes, I’m not that selfish now. The team’s victory is worth more to me… I’m happy about a sovereign victory today and that’s the best thing for me.”

Nothing went well for Bremerhaven at the powder tower and the team slipped down to sixth place after the clear defeat. Head coach Thomas Popiesch explained quite soberly: “I had the feeling that we lost a bit of faith in the first third. We actually didn’t play as badly as the 3-0 said… I also think that the 5-1 was a bit too high. But we just didn’t fight it hard enough at the beginning… Nevertheless, the lads fought with the small squad and did a great job and wanted to get the best out of it.”

The link to the game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmA44oi48Wc

Die PENNY DEL live bei MagentaSport:

Sunday, 01/16/2022

From 1.45 p.m.: Kölner Haie – Düsseldorfer EG

From 4:15 p.m.: Pinguins Bremerhaven – Grizzlys Wolfsburg, EHC Red Bull Munich – Krefeld Pinguine, Schwenninger Wild Wings – Augsburg Panther

From 4.45 p.m.: Adler Mannheim – Eisbären Berlin

From 6.45 p.m.: Bietigheim Steelers – Straubing Tigers

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