The EC Peiting has got going: Against EV Füssen, the team managed a clear derby win on Sunday evening.
A veteran presented himself in gala form.
Peiting - The remarkable thing about Ty Morris' action was that it failed him.
A good six minutes before the end of the league game against EV Füssen, the Peitinger player actually lost a face-off in front of his own goal.
A downright unheard of process, because before that, the striker had succeeded in everything in the derby.
He steered the game, was everywhere, scored one goal and provided assists on three more hits.
A gala performance that was flanked by a strong performance from the entire team.
In the end it was 5-0 (1-0, 3-0, 1-0).
For Peiting it was the third win in a row, for keeper Florian Hechenrieder the third shut-out.
Füssen stepped in at short notice after a suspected corona case occurred at the original opponent, EHF Passau.
At the ECP, Captain Andreas Feuerecker was back on board.
Coach Sebastian Buchwieser was able to offer four complete lines of attack and three pairs of defenders.
The guests from Füssen, who recently had eight defeats in a row, had 17 field players with them, but they could not adequately replace their prominent losses (including Dejan Vogl, Eric Nadeau, Florian Stauder).
At the EC Peiting the captain is back on board
At the beginning the EVF played along happily.
The Peitinger proved to be a tad more dangerous.
Daniel Reichert (6th) and Nardo Nagtzaam (10th) found their master in Füssen's keeper Andreas Jorde.
The ECP 1-0 was nice to watch: Fabian Weyrich conquered the disc well in his own third, Morris fit Thomas Heger perfectly.
He pulled away and flicked the puck into the top right corner of the goal (12th).
“Very cool,” said the stadium announcer.
After that, Peiting settled in the Füssen defense third.
In the only power play in the first part of the game (16th), the hosts were close to the second goal.
In the middle third, the hosts' aggressive fore-checking had an effect.
The ECP determined the action, Füssen hardly came to offensive actions.
Quite different from the Peitinger, who also showed the necessary will.
Before the 2-0, Weyrich put the disc in the slot;
Martin Hlozek failed first, Reichert used the second attempt (26th).
Then Peiting was outnumbered: Simon Maier captured the puck on the blue line, Morris picked up his pass and closed the break to 3-0 (30th).
The duo also showed their dangerousness in the power play: Morris pulled away, Simon Maier used the rebound to make it 4-0 (35th).
In the final section, Füssen started with different rows.
But Peiting soon dominated again.
Simon Maier failed outnumbered.
The pass to the break came - of course - from Morris (44th).
Further chances, among others by birthday boy Lukas Gohlke (he was 26 years old), remained unused.
Heger scored the fifth goal in the power play (52nd).
For him it was goal number ten of the season.
Statistics: 1st third:
Statistics: 1st third:
1-0 (11:46) Heger (Morris, Weyrich).
2: 0 (25:13) Reichert (Hlozek, Weyrich), 3: 0 (29:59) Morris (S. Maier, Feuerecker / 4-5), 4: 0 (34:08) S. Maier (Morris, Neal / 5-4).
5: 0 (51:06) Heger (S. Maier, Morris / 5-4).
Peiting 10, Füssen 8.