SC Riessersee celebrated its first three-point of the ice hockey season, its second win after the derby win against Rosenheim in extra time.
The local youngsters in particular are delighted - including their trainer Pat Cortina
- Pat Cortina missed one thing in particular in the last two games: fighting spirit. “Right from the start,” added the coach of SC Riessersee at the press conference yesterday evening. Because in principle he does not deny his team readiness. "Our problem in the last two games was the first third, we were never there." In Memmingen and Weiden, the Riesserseer quickly trailed behind - both in vain. A flaw that cannot be allowed, especially against the top teams in the ice hockey league.
Yesterday was different.
“We were ready, we won the duels, we were effective, we put a lot of targets on goal.” And the points already worked: the SCR sent HC Landsberg home with a 6: 3.
That was clear, sovereign over long stretches - and definitely deserved.
Some of the 805 spectators who made their way to the stadium under the new 3G-plus premise may not think so: 'That was just Landsberg!'
Doesn't accept Cortina.
“This is a dangerous team if you give it too much space.” Still, there wasn't much of it to be seen yesterday.
Looks similar to Fabio Carciola: "There's not much to say about the game," the Landsberg coach admitted.
After a short sampling phase, the guests got stumped.
The SCR ignited constant pressure, after the first muddled minutes the HC strikers only shot again at the goal of SCR goalkeeper Michael Boehm in the 18th minute.
He was back between the posts because Cortina basically trusts him, but because there was only the youth player Xaver Nagel as an alternative.
Cooperation partner Munich caught the corona virus.
The game of the DEL team fell flat, so understandably no player was available for the SCR.
"I also don't know exactly how it will all continue, I think we will find out by Tuesday at the latest," commented the SCR coach on the situation.
Against Landsberg it goes without support from Munich
Against Landsberg that was also possible with the pure Riesserseer selection. You could tell that she was motivated to the tip of her hair. Only with the graduation it didn't work out really well at the beginning. Tobias Kircher had a big thing on his racket, but he failed because of the empty case, balanced the puck from the outside against the lower edge of the bar. In the power play, however, it worked: Robin Soudek, currently more of a preparer than an executor, saw Thomas Radu in a central position, he didn't hesitate and slammed the puck into the top left corner of the cross.
The festive mood only continued in passage two.
The row of youngsters with Marlon Wolf, Luca Allavena and Christopher Chyzowski made a lot of activity - and increased to 2-0.
Chyzowski pushed the puck through the legs of the Landsberger goalie after two attempts by Wolf.
Only two minutes later, a remarkable goal from defender Felix Linden, he also took precise measurements in the corner of the goal.
Yes, now it finally ran a little more efficiently.
Because even the 1: 3 after a disc loss on the opposing blue line did not slow down the Riesserseer Elan.
This time it was Allavena from the aforementioned storm formation who netted - and celebrated his first goal of this season.
"It's nice when the guys reward each other for their efforts," praised Cortina.
A few strange whistles from the referees caused unrest - and the SCR away from "our game plan", complained the coach.
Landsberg shortened again, but was overall too harmless to cause real trouble for the home side.
Boehm defused what was on the box with good saves.
Aziz Ehliz finally made the final decision with a 5-2 win.
Another one that doesn't necessarily appear on the scorers' list permanently.
So it fit perfectly into the picture that Chyzowski ended with his second prank in the empty box.