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Sport Deb Team without the Düsseldorf: Ebner misses the World Cup

18:45  27 april  2021
18:45  27 april  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

del: setback for the DEG - Munich makes the CHL clear

 del: setback for the DEG - Munich makes the CHL clear on Monday evening Schwenningen landed an important victory at north tunnel Krefeld. The missed Dusseldorf at the South last Nuremberg - that used Wolfsburg. In fact, Munich made clear the Champions Hockey League in the top match. © Imago Images The decision in Nuremberg: Daniel Schmölz meets against the DEG. in the race for a play-off place Dusseldorf had to accept a setback on 39. Gameday. The DEG moved to Penaltyshoot in Nuremberg with 5: 6 (1: 0, 3: 4, 1: 1, 0: 1) shorter.

The German ice hockey national team must probably do without defender Bernhard Ebner at the World Cup in Riga.

Bernhard Ebner musste vorzeitig von der deutschen Eishockey-Nationalmannschaft abreisen. © Imago Images Bernhard Ebner had to leave the German ice hockey national team prematurely.

The 30-year-old from the Düsseldorf EC traveled on Tuesday injured from the German preparatory quarter in Nuremberg and is replaced by Julius Career. This was announced by the German Ice Hockey Bund on Tuesday.

The 20-year-old Career from the Nuremberg Ice Tigers was already in the previous week as a reverse for the World Cup tests in Slovakia (3: 4 after penalty shooting / 1: 2) came to the team and was ready since the weekend on call.

On Thursday (18 o'clock) and on Saturday (1 pm), the next test games are against the Czech Republic in Nuremberg. The World Cup begins for the German team on 21 May against Italy.

deb-team breaks after corona suspicion training from .
because of a corona suspected event, the German ice hockey national team has broken off her workout in the World Cup preparation. Assistant coach Matt Mcilvane was tested positively on the virus twice. © Daniel Karmann / DPA All ice hockey internationals have been insulated after a corona suspicion in the team immediately. All players, coaches and supervisors would have moved to their hotel rooms in Nuremberg and would stay there for the time being, the German Ice Hockey Covenant announced.

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