US News 3: 4 after penalty shootout: Eisbären lose in Bad Nauheim
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The Eisbären Berlin lost a test match at EC Bad Nauheim on Saturday afternoon. The team from the German Ice Hockey League (DEL) lost against the second division club 3: 4 (1: 2, 0: 1, 2: 0, 0: 0, 0: 1) after a shootout. The Berliners, who had won 3-1 at the Kassel Huskies the evening before, offered a poor performance over long periods. The goals of Mark Zengerle, Frank Hördler and Marcel Noebels were not enough to prevent the overall deserved defeat.
In the Colonel Knight Stadium in Bad Nauheim, which is closed to spectators, the Berliners suffered some serious flaws in concentration in the opening period: Frédérik Cabana and the former polar bear professional Jamie Arniel met after the hosts countered. Zengerle hit the connection when the capital city first played in the power play.
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VfB Stuttgart need not be afraid of this FC Schalke 04. After another sobering appearance in the Revierderby at Borussia Dortmund (0: 3), the badly ailing Schalke are now aiming for their first victory against VfB. How that will work out next Friday (8.30 p.m. / DAZN) remains their secret in view of the desperate condition of the team. Nevertheless, despite its good start to the season, VfB will not be carried away to underestimate the Revierclub.
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Shortly after the first break, Cabana used a double majority of the Hessians to score his second goal. For a long time, the polar bears had a hard time against the concentrated defending opponent. Only in the final section did Hördler and Noebels equalize with another overpayment hit. The extra time remained goalless, in the penalty shootout only the Bad Nauheim attacker Andreas Pauli met.
Frustrated prank predicts difficult times .
First an uncomfortable déjà vu, at the end a small rub: Freiburg coach Christian Streich was totally frustrated after the 2: 4 against Leverkusen, struggled with the course of the game, offside goals and mistakes by his team - and prophesied that SC difficult times. © imago images Served after the defeat against Leverkusen: Christian Streich. Lead again and not won. On the contrary.