The German national ice hockey team has already qualified for the quarter-finals. Now, after five straight victories, a win over Switzerland, who have been at their best unbeaten in the World Cup thus far, is on the agenda as well. That the result of the match day Tuesday at 11:20 am Fully open, as indicated by the preparatory games for the World Cup. The two teams have already met twice there. Germany won one of the two matches. The other match was a clear victory for Switzerland.
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Germany – Switzerland
05/24/2022 | 11:20 AM
Final exercises without the national coach
Without national coach Toni Söderholm, the German ice hockey team completed final training ahead of Tuesday’s final World Cup group game (11.20am/Sport1 and Magenta Sport) against Switzerland in Helsinki. The German said that Söderholm had a slight cold Ishiki– Bond on Monday with.
“Tomorrow everything will be back to how it was before. I assume Tony won’t let that go,” said striker Marcel Köbels of Izbren Berlin after the session that also featured Korbinian Holzer and Matthias Plachta on the ice. 5:4 against Kazakhstan.
A victory in regular time against arch-rivals Switzerland could see Germany top the group and avoid Sweden and Olympic champion Finland in the quarter-finals. With just one point difference on Tuesday, it was also possible to set a record in the preliminary round of the World Cup in Germany. However, Switzerland played a strong tournament with seven players from the North American NHL League and won all six games. Among other things, a 6:3 team against record world champions Canada has received a lot of attention.
“It was a match on another level. “I saw two teams that would definitely have a say in this tournament when it came to medals,” said Knoebbels, who converted the decisive penalty in the World Cup quarter-final in Riga against the Swiss last year, “said Knuebles.