Ice Hockey World Championships in Finland: DEB approaches the quarter-finals

Status: 05/20/2022 7:49 PM

With the Peat Festival, Germany won its fourth match of the World Ice Hockey Championship against Italy and is on the verge of advancing to the quarter-finals.

At the World Cup in Finland, the German national ice hockey team was in a great mood to score and play, and with its fourth win in a row, it was almost certain to advance to the quarter-finals. National coach Toni Söderholm’s side beat Italy 9:4 (4:0, 2:1, 3:3) in Helsinki and is third with 12 points. If France loses to Slovakia on Saturday (11.20 am), Germany will qualify early for the quarter-finals.

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Captain Moritz Muller said after the match to the sports show: “Of course, that was our goal to reach the finals, but we still have two matches in the preliminary round, and obviously we want to win so that we can position ourselves as best we can.”

Alexandre Karachon (6th minute, 43) with the first two World Cup goals in his career, Kai Weissman (7), Yassin Elise (14, 42), Daniel Fischbosch (18, 35) with two and three goals, Lukas Richel (26th place) continued in the game of strength In front of 3,311 spectators, Samuel Suramis (58) succeeded in choosing the German Ice Hockey Federation (DEB). Tommaso Traversa (26 minutes), Luca Frigo (48 minutes), Daniele Mantenuto (50 minutes) and Alex Petain (60) scored a goal for Italy, which faces the threat of relegation to the penultimate with a few points from five games.

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The DEB team, which continues against Kazakhstan on Sunday (3:20 pm), had a 1-0 win over Denmark, 3-2 over France and 2-1 over Olympics-participating Slovakia, and 5-3 against Slovakia. Canada lost the defending champion and world record holder.

AHL pros Reichel and Leon Gawanke, who traveled on Thursday, were in the squad for the first time. Striker Raichel was clearly pinned in the second row alongside Fischbusch of Dusseldorf and Marcel Neubel of Berlin. DEB top scorer Leo Pföderl has given Söderholm a break. Likewise, it was the regular goalkeeper Philipp Grobauer who was sitting in the stands.

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Against France, Berlin goalkeeper Matthias Niederberger stood between the two. Gawanke replaced the disappointing Corbinian Holzer in Mannheim in the second line of defence.

And the German national team came out of the dressing room in excellent shape: Carrachon beat Italian goalkeeper Davide Fadani with a superb shot from the turn. Germany soon followed suit, giving the Italians no time to catch their breath. Berlin defender Weissmann rewarded himself with a beautifully completed one-on-one move with a backhand kick for his consistently strong performances in the Finnish capital.

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Italy swapped goalkeepers early

After Ehleys converted a shot from Dominic Pettner to goal, Fedani’s work day ended early. He was replaced by Justin Fazio, whom Fischbuch looked up to on the side of the hand before the break. Gawanke, who repeatedly re-energized the German game with accurate passes, hit the post before the siren sounded.

In the game’s first strength game, Reichel was ahead of the hole and scored. “I think we did really well and played hard. It was important to score the first goal so we could make a good progress,” said 20-year-old Rachel.

Traversa scored the goal, but that did not detract from the Germany match. Fischbuch confirmed his strong level, which he had already shown in the DEL qualifiers, and scored his second goal. Then go on cheerfully.


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