Kissingen wolves come up trumps against klostersee

Kissingen wolves come up trumps against klostersee

EHC klostersee – EC bad kissinger wolfe 0:4 (0:2, 0:1, 0:1). Friday night’s victory over passau had the wolves from kissing relaxed on their way to grafing. It was clear that the strong EHC klostersee would be the favorite in the duel of two up-and-comers. Especially since the upper bavarians still had a score to settle with the lower franconians after losing the state league championship in the previous season, when the wolves from kissingen took the trophy away from the EHC ice stadium. But on sunday the team around captain bernd rische was again empty handed – and had not even scored a goal, which allowed goalie benni dirksen his first shutout in a match for the wolves. "We fought well. The spirit in the team is just super with the right will to win. Das and benni dirksen made the difference", swarmed wolfe coach mikhail nemirovsky.

Double pack from marquardt

In front of just over 300 spectators, tim dreschmann had given the visitors an early lead (2.), which kevin marquardt extended with a brace after assists from eugen nold (16., 29.), before with anton seewald (59.) the matchwinner from friday scored via empty-net-goal for the final score. All this, by the way, in duels with EHC goalie lisa hemmerle, who played through. The wolves of kissing had survived five shorthanded games unscathed.

"We got into the game well with the quick lead. And klostersee did not exert the pressure that could have been expected after the experiences of the previous season. Which was of course also due to our excellent defensive work", wolfe chairman michael rosin said. It’s not going to be any easier for the team from lower franconia, who play host to ESC darfen on friday and TSV erding on sunday (6 p.M.). Against this fixed rough in bavarian ice hockey, rosin hopes to bury more than 400 spectators for the first time this season. "The word must be getting around that we offer really good sports."

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