On Sunday, the sharks lost 1: 2 (0: 0, 1: 2, 0: 0) at the archival Dusseldorf EG the second derby within a week and the 235th in total. Already a week ago, the DEG had won 3: 0 in Cologne. The sharks remain victorious this year, conceded the ninth bankruptcy in a piece and the 15th of the past 17 games. The undisciplined guests were still lucky that the Düsseldorf was very wasteful with their own opportunities in the many overpayment torques. Very frustrating. Düsseldorf simply plays Cleverer than we. The break is right, said Haie-Captain Moritz Müller at MagentaSport. For both teams, it was the last game before the Olympic break.

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Because of the many Corona-conditioned cancellations in the DEL currently, only three matches were held on Sunday. The top game won Master and Table Forbears Berlin Sovereign 3: 1 (3: 0, 0: 1, 0: 0) at ETC Red Bull Munich. Match winner was National keeper Mathias Niederberger. He’s always there for us. Today he was still there, Defender said Jonas Müller. A shooting festival celebrated the ERC Ingolstadt, which declassified the Nuremberg Ice Tigers with 10: 1 (3: 0, 2: 0, 5: 1).

The many game failures also affect national coach Toni Söderholm, who wants to name his squad for the winter games in Beijing on Tuesday. Through the confusion swirled schedule, however, some candidates could have advised somewhat from the rhythm. On February 2, the national team flies to Beijing, where the Olympic tournament begins on 9 February. Previously, the German selection meets for two training days in Mannheim.