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Top quota and top goalie: Both are not enough for EC Peiting in Regensburg


Lukas Heger and Nardo Nagtzaam have struck again: A teamwork between the two puts EC Peiting in the lead in Regensburg. But it doesn't stay at 1-0.

Lukas Heger and Nardo Nagtzaam have struck again: A teamwork between the two puts EC Peiting in the lead in Regensburg.

But it doesn't stay at 1-0.


- It is these moments from Florian Hechenrieder that the Peitingers love so much. And that make the opponents despair. When a Regensburg player raised his arms to cheer on Friday evening, the left catching hand of the goalie, who was kneeling on the ground, shot up. Just under the bar, Hechenrieder fished out the puck and saved his team, which at the time was leading the ice hockey league game against the Eisbären Regensburg. In the end, the feat is not enough. Peiting loses 1: 2.

The fact that coach Anton Saal's team is even ahead after two-thirds is mainly thanks to their strong defensive work.

Peiting plows and fights.

How effectively the Peitinger can defend, they show in the excellent undernumbered game.

Again and again they go on aggressively, forcing their opponents to make mistakes.

Neither Weiden nor Passau managed to score against Peiting last weekend.

Even against Regensburg, the 100 percent success rate of peiting in the underpowered game has long been in place.

The EC Peiting is outnumbered early on

The polar bears are on the ice with one field player on Friday morning.

Florian Stauder received a two-minute penalty after just under five minutes.

He sees only one chance of the "polar bears" from the penalty box.

Aleandro Angaran checks ECP goalie Hechenrieder, but he holds the bat in the right place.

Shortly afterwards, the puck flies around his ears twice, first Constantin Ontl shoots over it, then he fails because of a brilliant act by Hechenrieder.

While Regensburg has very good chances, Peiting is rather harmless in attack.

Even in power play.

After Tomas Gulda hits Nardo Nagtzaam in the face with his bat Peitings, he has to go out for two minutes.

The ECP cannot take advantage of the excess on the ice.

In the third third, the compensation falls in Regensburg

He doesn't need them either, as the beginning of the second third shows. The Peitinger dream duo of the season so far strikes. In reverse roles. Thomas Heger, who has already scored three goals this season, is serving Nardo Nagtzaam, who has shone as a template provider so far - the Dutchman's shot is in, Peiting leads. And Regensburg bites its teeth three times in this third of the Peitinger's strong outnumbered game. Of course, things get tight in front of the Peitinger box. But then there is Hechenrieder's catching hand.

And so the guests go into the last third with a tour - but this only lasts 38 seconds.

Then Andrew Schembri pushes the pane to Lukas Heger - the brother of the attacker from Peitingen - and he manages to equalize.

As a result, the game becomes more hectic, the checks become more hearty.

Stauder's third two-minute penalty of the game has no consequences for Peiting.

But when there are only four minutes left to play, ECP captain Andreas Feuerecker has to go off the ice for four minutes to stop and check the stick.

Then it happens: Constantin Ontl pushes the puck between Hechenrieder's legs to make it 2-1 for Regensburg.

Peiting's 100 percent quota in the underpowered game is gone.

The victory too.


Eisbären Regensburg 2

EC Peiting 1

1st third:


2nd third:

0: 1 (23:19) Nagtzaam (T. Heger / Weyrich).

Third third:

1: 1 (40:38) L. Heger (Schembri / Gulda), 2: 1 (58:05) Ontl (Schwamberger / Keresztury / 5-4).

Penalty minutes:

Regensburg 6 + 5, Peiting 14.


Lender, Wohlgemuth;

Laudenbach, Schnabel.



Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2021-10-15

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