Positive PCR tests in the first third in Nuremberg – Mannheim leaves big

Positive PCR tests in the first third in Nuremberg – Mannheim leaves big

After the confirmed interest of the Czech Ice Hockey Association at a commitment, coach Pavel Gross has succeeded in the next victory with the Adler Mannheim. Under the responsibility of the 53-year-old, the Mannheimer defeated the Straubing Tigers 3-1 on Wednesday evening (2: 0, 1: 0, 0: 1). This puts the title aspirant as hoped for 4: 1 in Dusseldorf from Sunday. Finnish eagle newcomer Markus Hännikäinen met in his first game for the eagle.

Previously, it has become known that great as a assistant coach of the Czech national team is in conversation. The Treaty of Gross at the top team of the DEL runs until 2024. For weeks there are rumors for premature separation. In the table, the Eagles continued to rank three, leader Eisbären Berlin asserted with 4: 2 (1: 1, 2: 0, 1: 1) in Bremerhaven.

Krefelder sign

In the relegation battle, the table last Krefeld Penguine continued a sign of life after four defeats in series. With 3: 2 (0: 0, 2: 2, 0: 0, 0: 0) After penalty shootout won the Krefelder at the ERC Ingolstadt. Newcomer Bietigheim Steelers clearly won 5-1 (1-0, 0: 0, 4: 1) with the Nuremberg Ice Tigers and continued from the table ends.

Curiosum in Nuremberg: Positive PCR test results in the first third

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Meanwhile, the coronavirus of the season unabates his stamp and ensures new curiosities forever. The already personally decimmed Nuremberg Ice Tigers had to do without Ryan Stoa and Daniel Schmölz’s in the middle of the game – both had received positive PCR test results during the first third.

“It does not stop,” the ICE Tigers tweeted. At Tim Fleischer and Max Kislinger, positive rapid tests were confirmed by PCR tests shortly before the start of the game. The ICE Tigers occupy rank eight and have six place, which entitled to direct play-off collection, has not lost sight of the eyes.

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