That was nothing: In the Oberliga catch-up game against Deggendorfer SC, EC Peiting went off the ice as the clear loser.
At the ECP, Elias Fischbacher was in goal for the first time from the start.
Peiting - Elias Fischbacher had certainly imagined his first point game from the start for EC Peiting to be different.
The goalkeeper had to accept seven goals on Wednesday evening.
In the end, there was a 2: 7 (0: 2, 1: 3, 1: 2) home defeat against Deggendorfer SC.
It wasn't because of the keeper that the ECP lost so clearly;
Fischbacher did his best, showed good saves.
However, the Upper Bavarians made it too easy for the opponent in front of their own goal.
And such a high-caliber team like Deggendorf does not go unpunished.
Above all, ex-DEL star Thomas Greilinger whirled cheerfully over the Peitinger ice cream.
The two-time German champions had scored three goals in the end.
At the ECP, there was little convergence - that was also evident in the majority: The best power play team in the Oberliga Süd was twice with one more man on the ice, it wasn't really dangerous.
Deggendorfs Greilinger scores three goals
From Peitinger's point of view, the first third was not very positive.
In a brisk back and forth, the hosts had the greater number of options.
Simon Maier, Ty Morris, Manuel Bartsch and Martin Hlozek just missed the goal or failed due to DSC keeper Niklas Deske.
The guests used the Peitinger mistakes consistently.
Before the 0: 1 - scored by Greilinger (13th) - the ECP messed up the puck on its own blue line.
Immediately afterwards, defender Dennis Neal missed the possible equalizer on the far post.
Peiting's exploitation of chances - another weak point in yesterday's game.
When David Kuchejda (18th) went 0-2, the hosts let themselves be played out in a seemingly harmless three-to-three situation.
Bitter: A few seconds before that, Peitings had given Aziz Ehliz a good chance.
This time Peiting remains without an overpowering hit
In the middle third, the ECP remained erratic on the defensive.
Tadas Kumeliauskas was not attacked, he flicked the puck halfway into the goal to make it 3-0 (23rd).
Thomas Heger shortened to 1: 3 (28th) with a shot from the turn.
After that, the ECP was briefly on the trigger, but the chances of Hlozek (29th) and Heger (30th) brought nothing.
The good phase ended quickly.
In the 34th minute, Deggendorf scored two goals within 15 seconds.
First, Chase Schaber (34th) made it 4: 1;
two DSC players duped four Peitingers.
Immediately after the face-off, Greilinger started a single action, which he skilfully finished with a 5: 1 (34th).
ECP trainer Buchwieser took a break.
By the end of the third, the ECP still had a few options;
Simon Maier hit the boom once.
In the final third Peiting tried hard and was dangerous a few times, but Deggendorf was almost always in control of the situation.
The Niederbayern could even afford to let a one-minute double majority pass by (49th).
At the ECP, Morris had stayed in the cabin - we couldn't find out what it was.
Hlozek shortened to 2: 5 (53rd), but it was clear that a turnaround would not come about.
Greilinger made everything clear with the goal to 6: 2 (54th).
In the end, DSC top scorer René Röthke (59th) also met - for him it was the 22nd goal of the season.
Statistics: 1st third:
Statistics: 1st third:
0: 1 (12:33) Greilinger (Schaber, Seidl), 0: 2 (17:43) Kuchejda (Kumeliauskas, Schröpfer).
0: 3 (22:14) Kumeliauskas (Wiederer, Wolfgram), 1: 3 (27:22) Heger (Feuerecker, Nagtzaam), 1: 4 (33:07) Schaber (Seidl, Greilinger), 1 : 5 (33:22) Greilinger (Seidl, Ostwald).
2: 5 (52:15) Hlozek (Nagtzaam, Reichert), 2: 6 (53:56) Greilinger (Seidl, Gawlik), 2: 7 (58:44) Röthke (Schembri, Gollenbeck).
Peiting 4, Deggendorf 4.
Little man, Pletzer.