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Double-digit Starbulls home win against bottom group HC Landsberg

2021-01-18T04:38:02.210Z

The Starbulls Rosenheim lived up to their favorite role on Sunday evening (January 17th) in the ROFA stadium at home against bottom of the table HC Landsberg. Due to the 10-0 success, the green-whites screwed their points account in the ice hockey Oberliga Süd to 46 points after playing 21 games. Eight players were able to register on the list of goalscorers. Kyle Gibbons and Maximilian Vollmayer scored twice, Florian Maierhofer scored his first goal of the season.



The Starbulls Rosenheim lived up to their favorite role on Sunday evening (January 17th) in the ROFA stadium at home against bottom of the table HC Landsberg.

Due to the 10-0 success, the green-whites screwed their points account in the ice hockey Oberliga Süd to 46 points after playing 21 games.

Eight players were able to sign up for the goalscorer list.

Kyle Gibbons and Maximilian Vollmayer scored twice, Florian Maierhofer scored his first goal of the season.

Rosenheim - The home side's defender Dennis Schütt (last featured on December 8th) and striker Kevin Slezak (only played four games this season and had to take a break since St. Nicholas Day) celebrated their comeback.

Schütt also had the first good chance in Rosenheim when he pulled off the blue line and almost surprised guest goalkeeper David Blaschta.

But almost eight minutes had already been played.

And then Landsberg's Michael Fischer almost embarrassed Rosenheim goalkeeper Jonas Stettmer with a cheeky finish on the short corner, before the Rosenheim post prevented the guest guidance that Dennis Sturm had on the racket (9th).

"The game was on the knife edge for a long time in the first third, we noticed the difficult game on Friday in Selb," said Starbulls head coach John Sicinski after the game.

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When the penalty was reported for the Lechstädter, the Starbulls finally struck for the first time.

Defender Florian Krumpe shoveled the disc after a strong pass from Vollmayer to make it 1-0 under the crossbar (10th).

The guests continued to play bravely and bravely, but the goals scored the hosts.

Kyle Gibbons grabbed the puck in the neutral zone and completed his solo effort to 2-0 (13th).

The 3-0 result came from the first Rosenheim power play - when Michael Baindl tunnelled the guest keeper backhand after a pass from Kilian Steinmann (17th), the penalty time of the guests had already expired three seconds, so that the hit was not included in the excess numbers success statistics .

Also with a backhand from a short distance, garnished with a short body deception in the goal area, Dominik Daxlberger increased to 4: 0 (19th) after nice preparatory work by Curtis Leinweber and Gibbons before the first third break.

In the second part of the game, Rosenheim's goalkeeper Stettmer was able to distinguish himself several times in the first outnumbered game of the guests before the Starbulls took over the reins of the trade.

Kyle Gibbons increased with a trick - turning around his own axis with the disc on the racket and finishing with a backhand from a cheeky angle under the bar - to 5: 0 (24th).

Guest keeper Blaschta made room for Michael Güßbacher, Starbulls defender Maximilian Vollmayer two minutes later with a low shot from the wrist into the lower right corner to fill half a dozen - 6: 0 (26th).

However, the hosts left out numerous other opportunities to shoot.

It wasn't until just two minutes before the second break that Vollmayer met again - this time from the wrist into the upper right corner - to 7-0 (39th).

The fact that the bottom of the table did not score a consolation goal was thanks to the outstanding saves by Jonas Stettmer against Marvin Feigl (30th) and Tobias Wedl (35th).

In the third part of the game, the Rosenheim youngster Florian Maierhofer scored the first goal of the season with an ambush - 8-0 (44th).

Dennis Schütt scored the ninth (48th) Rosenheim goal with a low shot deflected by a Landsberg player.  

Michael Baindl, who held the bat in a diagonal assist from Alexander Höller, the tenth Rosenheim goal, ensured the 10-0 final score (54th).

“I was very pleased that we didn't let up today and that we remained sovereign until the end,” was the closing words of John Sicinski, who is now looking forward to the revenge against the Selber Wolves with his team.

The top game of the table runner-up against the table leader from Hochfranken will take place next Friday at 7.30 p.m. in the ROFA stadium in Rosenheim.

Press release Starbulls Rosenheim eV (MH)

Source: merkur

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