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First spectacular, then solid

2021-10-22T21:47:03.349Z

The SC Riessersee has achieved a sovereign 5-2 home win in the ice hockey Oberliga Süd against the EV Lindau Islanders. The SCR got off to a furious start - five hits were scored in the first third.



The SC Riessersee has achieved a sovereign 5-2 home win in the ice hockey Oberliga Süd against the EV Lindau Islanders.

The SCR got off to a furious start - five hits were scored in the first third.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen - strong, solid, solid.

Makes three points in total.

At least this calculation is correct - each adjective stands for a third - based on the SC Riessersee on Friday evening.

Because the SCR recorded a never endangered 5-2 home win in the ice hockey Oberliga Süd against the EV Lindau Islanders.

Garmisch-Partenkirchner roll over the enemy

The result could have been significantly higher, because the hosts put in an excellent first third. First face-off in the opposing half, Marlon Wolf had the faster bat and Christopher Chyzowski pulled straight away. The 1-0 for the hosts. Michael Knaub then missed the 2-0, but the white-blue team quickly made up for it. Benjamin Kronawitter deflected a shot, the crossbar initially saved Lindau, but Tobias Kircher was there for the dust. Lindau's answer: First a break. Afterwards, the guests often tried direct deals. Knowing that the U20 goalie of the SCR is Xaver Nagel between the posts, the EVL looked in vain for its luck. Because Nagel played a calm game, radiated security and was always there,whom he was challenged. In the first third, however, he was almost unemployed. Ex-Riesserseer Matthias Nemec had a lot more to do on the other side. In minute nine, Kronawitter checked his mask for break resistance. Then Simon Mayr aimed a little more precisely: The third SCR goal after strong preparatory work by Robin Soudek. Pat Cortina's team then had to swallow their first goal because Lindau found a gap in the hosts' defensive network. But Felix Linden immediately restored the old distance because he had the right attack side completely to himself and nobody attacked him.In minute nine, Kronawitter checked his mask for break resistance. Then Simon Mayr aimed a little more precisely: The third SCR goal after strong preparatory work by Robin Soudek. Pat Cortina's team then had to swallow their first goal because Lindau found a gap in the hosts' defensive network. But Felix Linden immediately restored the old distance because he had the right attack side completely to himself and nobody attacked him.In minute nine, Kronawitter checked his mask for break resistance. Then Simon Mayr aimed a little more precisely: The third SCR goal after strong preparatory work by Robin Soudek. Pat Cortina's team then had to swallow their first goal because Lindau found a gap in the hosts' defensive network. But Felix Linden immediately restored the old distance because he had the right attack side completely to himself and nobody attacked him.because he had the right side of the attack completely to himself and nobody attacked him.because he had the right side of the attack completely to himself and nobody attacked him.

SCR shifts down two gears

But that's it for a long time.

For Lindau everything went too fast in the first third, but in the second part of the game the SCR downshifted two gears.

The pace was slow, the flow of the game gone.

Riessersee was only dangerous in two outnumbered situations.

Something didn't happen on the scorerboard until the final third.

After a strong combination of Kircher and Kronawitter, the former set to 5: 1.

Lindau countered directly with the 2: 5, but it was no longer exciting and it was never really.

The guests turned out to be too weak, too unimaginative, too incomplete on the defensive to be able to put a sometimes spectacular, but overall solid SCR into serious trouble.

Source: merkur

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