Between bitter disappointment and party mood, everything was on the mood scale of the Peißenberg "Miners" in the games against Königsbrunn and Pfaffenhofen.
- The Peißenberg "Miners" presented themselves as a team with two faces last weekend in the Bayern League.
They showed their ugliness in the guest appearance at EHC Königsbrunn, which is weakened and currently coached: The weak performance of the men by coach Christian Kratzmeir was punished with a 3: 4 (0: 2, 1: 1, 2: 1) defeat.
Two days later, however, they presented themselves from their best side: In the home game against EC Pfaffenhofen, the Peißenberger's peat factory ran at full steam, so that in the end with a 10: 0 (1: 0, 5: 0, 4: 0) the first double-digit Win of the season was recorded.
Ice hockey: Peißenberg against Pfaffenhofen still hungry for goals despite a clear lead
Against Pfaffenhofen we played the game over 60 minutes cleanly for the first time in the season, ”said Kratzmeir, praising his protégés, who were still hungry for goals even after a clear lead and thus ensured a shooting party. “Pfaffenhofen made life very difficult for us in the first third,” Kratzmeir did not forget to mention. The guests from the Ilm, who also came without a coach and still had no win, recorded some good opportunities in the opening third. "Miners" goalkeeper Korbinian Sertl once again proved to be invincible. “We were lucky a couple of times too,” confessed Kratzmeir. The home side also created some chances. However, only Niko Fissekis was successful, marking the 1-0 during a TSV outnumbered game (14th).
Ice hockey: Even goalkeeper change does not save Pfaffenhofen in Peißenberg from double-digit defeat
In the middle section, the Pfaffenhofener left some good chances to equalize, and that should take revenge quickly. Thomas Rousek's 2-0 (28th) turned out to be the starting signal for a goal avalanche, which then fell over the guests. The Miners scored four goals within six minutes. Twice Dominik Krabbat (31st, 34th), Martin Lidl with another hit (32nd) and Andreas Kreutterer (33rd) went ahead according to the motto “every shot is a hit” and screwed the lead to 6-0. In this phase, the Pfaffenhofener had made a goalkeeper change. After the 5-0 win, Nico Henseleit was replaced by Franziska Albl. It didn't get any better for the guests afterwards, and Albl also got five more goals. "But it wasn't because of the gate people",Pfaffenhofen’s ice hockey boss Alexander Dost defended his two goalies afterwards. At least until the end of the second third, Albl kept her box clean despite the other possibilities of the Peißenberger.
In the final round, however, they had to accept more hits from Rousek (43rd) and Fissekis (43rd).
Despite the 8-0 win, the guests did not hang their heads completely.
In between they came up with opportunities, but Sertl was always the end of the line.
In the last few minutes, the home side proved to be merciless.
Dominik Ebentheuer (57th) and returnees Sinan Ondörtoglu (59th) made the two-digit victory of TSV perfect with their two goals.
We went on the ice arrogantly.
Christian Kratzmeir, trainer of the Peienberg "Miners"
Two days earlier, the "Miners" in Königsbrunn performed completely differently.
"We went on the ice arrogantly," said the angry coach Kratzmeir after the first two thirds, in which his team showed the weakest performance of the season so far.
Playback errors, little willingness to run and hardly a won duel - there was a lot going on with the "Miners".
The hosts punished this lax demeanor in the first round: Tim Bullnheimer (3rd) and Jakub Bitomsky (20th) gave the EHC a 2-0 lead.
Ice hockey: Only after a significant deficit do the Peißenbergers wake up in Königsbrunn
In the second third, the Peissenbergers tried to build up more pressure, but that didn't work properly. Nevertheless, they came up to 1: 2 thanks to an undernumbered goal from Krabbat (33rd .. The joy of this lasted only briefly for the "Miners appendix" who traveled with them, as Bitomsky restored the two-goal gap just 49 seconds later. As Hayden's squad At the beginning of the final half, when his team scored 4: 1 (43.), the game seemed to be over. After that, the Peißenbergers woke up. Just one minute later, Martin Andrä reduced to 2: 4 (43.). Krabbat Then even managed the connection goal (52nd). Although Königsbrunn lost their strength, the "Miners" failed to score the fourth goal and had to drive home with empty hands and a seriously injured player.Manuel Singer tore his biceps tendon and is out for several months.