The second home game also ended in bankruptcy for ice hockey league club EC Peiting.
Without Nardo Nagtzaam, not much went in front of the opposing goal.
- For many months, the fans of the EC Peiting had to forego seeing their team live on the ice.
But what they have now seen in the two home games of the still young ice hockey league season should not make them really happy either.
The 3: 7 bankruptcy at the start against Weiden was now followed by a 2: 5 against Rosenheim on their own ice.
Against the “Starbulls”, who are at the top of the table behind Weiden, the absence of the Dutchman Nardo Nagtzaam was very noticeable.
His row, to which Thomas Heger and Daniel Reichert belong, had scored four of the six Peitinger hits in the first three games.
On Sunday, however, Nagtzaam was spared because of a "slight lower body injury", as ECP spokesman Simon Fritzenschaft announced on request - according to reports, it is a horse kiss.
The failure of the contingent player visibly hurt.
Peiting was harmless in attack.
There was a lack of pinpricks and sometimes speed to put the Rosenheim defense under pressure.
The strong Rosenheimers knew how to take advantage of the Peitinger's lack of goal danger, their bad passes and penalty times.
Peiting is quickly behind against Rosenheim
They took the lead early - Peiting helped a little. ECP attacker Florian Stauder brought his opponent down after just under a minute and had to go to the penalty box. He knows the feeling well, it was his fifth two-minute penalty in the fourth game. And it only took a few seconds for ECP defender Fabian Weyrich to sit down with him. Three Peitingers should now keep five Rosenheimers in check - that did not go well for long. Maximilian Vollmayer shot the "Starbulls" in the lead after 112 seconds. Then it went back and forth, with better chances for the Rosenheimers. A quarter of an hour was played, the guests won a bully, then it went quickly: Two passes, a shot from Curtis Leinweber, zack - it was 2-0.
In the second third, Peiting started with one man more on the ice. As in the previous games, the hosts could not use the power play. It wasn't until a few minutes later that the connection hit succeeded. Peiting was now better in the game, proceeded deliberately in front of the Rosenheim goal and Christoph Frankenburg's shot popped into the mesh. Was that supposed to be the riot the ECP fans were waiting for? No, really not. The cheers hardly faded away when Manuel Edfelder started the sprint, dashed over to the right towards Peiting's goalie Andreas Magg, who this time came instead of Florian Hechenrieder, and increased to 3: 1 for Rosenheim. Marc Schmidpeter followed up and Edfelder again in the power play made it 5: 1 before the break. The "Starbulls" were more effective, livelier. That the Peitinger can combine beautifully and quickly,showed Daniel Reichert and Eetu-Ville Arkiomaa before the 2: 5. The Finn succeeded after a one-two.
In the last third, the Rosenheimers retained the upper hand.
Due to two penalties, the guests were outnumbered for a total of four minutes - but Peiting could not use any of the power plays for himself.
Not a single correct shot went to the Rosenheim goal.
Even Heger, who scored three goals this season, missed the target from a good position.
And that fitted in with this evening, which was simply no longer a good one for Peiting.
EC Peiting 2
EC Peiting 2
Starbulls Rosenheim 5
(0: 2, 2: 3, 0: 0)
1st third: 0: 1 (1:52) Vollmayer (Leinweber / Snetsinger / 5-3), 0: 2 (14:42) Linen weaver (Krumpe / Vollmayer).
2nd third: 1: 2 (27:22) Frankenberg (Stauder / Czogallik), 1: 3 (27:42) Edfelder (Höller / Tölzer), 1: 4 (33:14) Schmidpeter (Höller / Reinig), 1 : 5 (34:44) Edfelder (Vollmayer / 5-4), 2: 5 (37:55) Arkiomaa (Reichert).
3rd third: none.
Penalty minutes: Peiting 8, Rosenheim 8. Spectators: 502.