Mannheim. After the disappointing performances of the past few weeks, Adler Mannheim took repercussions and immediately suspended head coach Powell Cross and assistant coach Mike Bellegrims with immediate effect. The association made the announcement in a media statement issued on Monday morning.
“We are in a season where the playoffs are imminent and the team needs to be on track to play their best hockey. Unfortunately, the trend went in the wrong direction. That’s why we decided the team needed a new impetus to breathe fresh air into the final and final round,” said club president Daniel Hopp. .
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Along with Goc and Hecht, interim coach Stewart will have to take Atler back to winning ways after being pushed to fifth in the current tournament. The 64-year-old Canadian, who is unfamiliar with Mannheim and won the championship with Adler in 2001, will head coach for the first time tomorrow, March 29, and return a day later behind Adler at home game. Greyfeld vs. Finguin – Celebrate the mob.
Cross and Bellegrims won the championship with the Mannheimers in the first year, following behind the Adler gang since 2018. The 2019/20 season ended a year later with Chris Lees finishing second in the semi-final against Wolfsburg before a bitter end.