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Ty Morris hits from an acute angle


Once again the duel between Höchstadt and Peiting went into overtime. How good that the Peitingers have a Ty Morris in their ranks. The striker made a special move when it came down to it.

Once again the duel between Höchstadt and Peiting went into overtime.

How good that the Peitingers have a Ty Morris in their ranks.

The striker made a special move when it came down to it.

Höchstadt - When shaking hands after the game, Ty Morris gave the Höchststadt goalkeeper Benjamin Dirksen an appreciative pat on the mask with his right hand. "Sorry" should mean a little too. Because shortly before that, the Peitinger striker had made the otherwise good holding "Alligators" keeper look pretty stupid. A few seconds of overtime were over when Morris stormed over to the left in the direction of the EHC goal - from an acute angle he sank the puck into the net for a 2-1 winner.

As has been the case several times in the recent past, the extension had to bring about a decision in a major league duel between the hosting Höchstadter EC and EC Peiting. On Friday evening, coach Anton Saal's protégés won - also because they had shown a strong performance when they were outnumbered. In the final third, when the score was 1: 1, the Peitinger survived a one-minute double shortfall. “Compliments to the guys. They pulled themselves out of it, ”said Saal, who also spoke of“ a job victory ”. Both teams had only collected a few points to date and lost twice last weekend. “You could tell that what was at stake,” said Saal.

In the first third, the Höchstadter were the team with the greater number of offensive actions.

The "Alligators" played several penalties from the Peitinger into their cards.

The Middle Franconians were outnumbered three times, and there was often great danger in front of the ECP housing.

The 0: 1 (9th) by Anton Seidel, however, the Upper Bavaria negotiated when both teams each had five men on the ice.

EC Peiting survives a double shortfall

In the middle third, an early Höchstadter penalty time came at just the right time: After 44 seconds in excess, Andreas Feuerecker hit with a shot past friend and foe to make it 1: 1 (22nd min.). It was the first power player goal of the ECP in the current season. Ty Morris immediately had a chance (23rd). Peiting now acted more aggressively than in the first third and settled in the attack zone several times. The game thus gained in tension and intensity. Thomas Heger (27th) and Florian Stauder after going it alone (37th) had the best opportunities for the guests in the middle section. Another power play (31st) was not used. On the other hand, the "alligators" were also dangerous. With a huge save against the free-standing Michael Cejka (36th), ECP goalkeeper Florian Hechenrieder saved his team from falling behind.

The first two minutes in the final third was Peiting outnumbered. Morris took the Höchstadter Tor under fire several times, but unsuccessfully. In general, both teams tried to shoot at this stage. Manuel Bartsch, Daniel Reichert and Nardo Nagtzaam, among others, failed at the ECP. From the 48th minute, the Peitinger had to prove their strengths in penalty killing. If the puck hit goal, Hechenrieder acted confidently. “He kept us in the game,” praised Saal. In the final minutes there was a power play for each team - this did not lead to a decision.

Statistics: 1st third:

1-0 (8:01) Seidel (Zbaranski, Guft-Sokolov).

2nd third:

1: 1 (21:53) Feuerecker (Reichert, Habermann / 5-4).

Third third:

no goals.



1: 2 (60:34) Morris (Heger, Bartsch).

Penalty minutes:

Höchstadt 10, Peiting 14.


Bauer, Wohlgemuth.



Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2021-10-22

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