The ESC Planegg keeps its clean slate against the ECDC Memmingen.
In the Bavarian derby with the Indians, the Bundesliga ice hockey team has to fight hard.
Planegg - The women of the ESC Planegg are still at the top of the table after the sixth game day in the ice hockey Bundesliga without losing points.
In the Bavarian derby against ECDC Memmingen, the penguins won 2: 0 (1: 0, 0: 0, 1: 0) and 8: 2 (0: 1, 2: 1, 6: 0).
However, the record champions had to pay dearly for both successes.
In the first game Alicia Williams injured her ankle, in the second Kerstin Spielberger injured her knee.
Ice hockey Bundesliga: redemption for ESC Planegg only ten minutes before the end
In Memmingen, the Indians gave the Würmtaler women a tough fight, even though they could only muster a dozen players.
"It was exciting until the end," said Michael Lehmann, who saw the opponents at eye level.
Marie-Kristin Schmid put the guests in front after twelve minutes.
Another hit was not recognized by the penguins.
Franziska Feldmeier only managed the redeeming 2-0 after 50 minutes.
Ice hockey Bundesliga: Planegg turns 0-2 deficit against Memmingen
Also in the second encounter in Grafing, the Memmingen women put the ESC at a long time.
The Swabians used two outnumbered games to take the lead through Kassandra Roache and Laura Kluge.
In the middle of the second period, the Planegger offensive game also got going.
Julia Zorn marked the connection in the majority, a short time later Janina Fuchs equalized.
The two hits had an effect.
In the final third, the ECDC lost its confidence.
Zorn and Sarah Kubiczek (2) shot out a 5-2 lead within ten minutes.
Memmingen changed the goalkeeper, but that was of no use.
Again Zorn (2) and Feldmeier ensured the runaway victory.
"It can happen in ice hockey that it gets like this at the back," said Lehmann.
The result was ultimately a little too high.
Especially since the wear and tear of the guests from Memmingen could not be dismissed out of hand.