The winning goal in overtime
Polar bear fight makes bulls desperate
02/05/2022 06:59 AM
The final series of ice hockey between last year’s champion Isberen Berlin and rival EHC Red Bull Munich will be an endurance test. After the Berlin team tied for the best of five series, the third confrontation between the two teams is on the agenda just a day later.
When Frans Nielsen’s wrist shot hit the net after 83 minutes 37 seconds, the euphoria at Isberen Berlin knew no bounds. The defending champion did not feel any signs of fatigue after the third play-off match in four days. With double Nielsen and a lot of heart and soul, the DEL record champion won the second final of a best of five series against Red Bull Munich, who finished second in the preliminary round, 3-2 (1-1, 0-0, 1-1). , 0-0, 1:0) after the second overtime – and entering into the third game, today, with a 1-1 . deficit ( 7.30 pm / MagentaSport ) It takes place in Berlin.
We played a really good game after a tough defeat on Friday. We played one of the best matches of the season. It feels good because it was hard to go home 2-0 down,” said the weary Nielsen at MagentaSport. Trevor Parks (13th) put Munich, who won 4-3 in Friday’s first game in Berlin after trailing 0-3, ahead. The heart of Leo Pföderl (13th) and Nielsen (41) in the power game between Berliners. Parks (58), however, tied for Munich. Then Nielsen scored again in the 84th minute.
Polar bears without interruption
For the severely challenged metropolitan residents, the difficulties are no less. After today’s match, the following multiplier may follow: on Wednesday and Thursday (Both 7.30pm / MagentaSport) The fourth and fifth duel is scheduled. Munich got into the game much better. Parks’ opening goal was well deserved after an excellent counter-attack. But the joy of the majority of 5533 spectators at the Olympic ice rink lasted only 35 seconds. After a brilliant individual feat, Pföderl equalized with a shot as he fell – Munich goalkeeper Henrik Hoekland was weak to the skewed shot.
As a result, the Norwegian goalkeeper became the focus of more and more attention: first he saved in a one-on-one against Zachary Boychuk, and then in a double chance in Berlin. However, after work resumed, the momentum in Berlin faded. Munich tore the confrontation, and many penalties against polar bears also favored it. Like Hauckland in the first third, national goalkeeper Matthias Niederberger was able to distinguish himself several times through first-class saves, thus keeping his team, who had chances through Marcel Knoebbels, among others, in the game.
“We have to score more goals,” Munich’s Justin Schutz criticized after the second third at MagentaSport. Poor exploitation of said opportunities took revenge: it took 53 seconds in the final section by Nielsen to allow the polar bears and the guest block to cheer. Munich is back almost out of nowhere via Parkes. A fistfight between nationalist Patrick Hager and Berliner Manuel Federer caused more fire before extra time. In a promising first-class overtime, no winner was determined, and Nielsen then advanced to the match winner.
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