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37 seconds before the end, Maximilian Söll takes Peitinger's lead - then the home game against Lindau takes a surprising turn


Once again, EC Peiting was on its way to a last-minute win. But the opponent from Lindau did not play along. Peiting's trainer Anton Saal then spoke plainly.

Once again, EC Peiting was on its way to a last-minute win.

But the opponent from Lindau did not play along.

Peiting's trainer Anton Saal then spoke plainly.


- Just like a week ago, when Fabian Weyrich scored 3-2 against Höchstadt five seconds before the end, there seemed to be a late happy ending for EC Peiting in the home game against EV Lindau. 37 seconds before the end, it was Maximilian Söll who refueled and scored 3: 2 from close range. But the jubilation over the supposed victory quickly died down. In return, the "Islanders" equalized, and in extra time they scored the decisive 4: 3. After the 1: 2 in Deggendorf on Friday, the Peitinger in the Oberliga Süd remained without a win for the first time since mid-October on a weekend. "We didn't deserve the three points today," said Peiting's coach Saal after the game. After the praise he distributed after the Deggendorf game, the team obviously went to their heads.“It was all too comfortable, that was too little of everything,” complained Hall.

Ice hockey: Lindau makes a lightning start in Peiting

In front of the ghostly backdrop in the Peitinger ice stadium, the people of Lindau were obviously not ready to be assigned the role of outsider. They started confidently and were rewarded after just 44 seconds. Michal Bezouska grabbed the pane and flicked it past the surprised goalkeeper Andreas Magg from Peitingen to make it 1-0 into the far corner. As a result, both teams showed their full commitment, often exceeding the limit of what was allowed. In the first section alone, the referees pronounced six penalties, three for each team. It was worth mentioning that the Peitingern scored the 1-1 goal, scored by Eetu-Ville Arkiomaa (7th), with one man more on the ice. The majority game is definitely not one of the strengths of the men from Coach Saal this season.As a result, they had several opportunities to take the lead. But that succeeded again the Lindauers, again met Bezouska (16.). But the Peitinger didn't have to worry for a long time: Nardo Nagtzaam, served by Fabian Weyrich with pinpoint accuracy, made it 2-2 (18th). After that, the ECP was lucky that goalkeeper Magg was there after a solo by Julian Tischendorf and prevented his team from falling behind that evening (19th).

Ice hockey: Peiting's goalkeeper Andreas Magg has to use all his skills several times

He threatened the hosts a few seconds after the start of the middle third.

Farny matched Florian Lüsch, but once again Magg was there.

After that, the game was a bit disorganized, and Peiting in particular did not have access to the game during this phase.

The event took place largely in the third of the ECP, Magg could - or had to - prove his skills several times.

The home side could only break free temporarily - and Nagtzaam missed the huge chance of 3-2 when he, nicely cleared by Thomas Heger, stormed the Lindau housing alone, but failed to goalie David Heckenberger (29th).

The two good-humored goalkeepers made sure that there were no more hits in this overall rather weak section.

Ice hockey: Söll scores 3-2, but Lindau hits back immediately

As in the two thirds before, the Lindau team also had their first big chance in the final third.

EVL striker Martin Mairitsch rushed to Magg all alone, the goalkeeper from Peitingen remained the winner (42nd).

As a result, the hosts also had chances, but overall the Lindau team were the more powerful team.

Even after Peitinger's 3-2 defeat by Söll half a minute before the end of the table, the ninth player did not let himself hang and was rewarded for his commitment and morale.

In direct return, Farny made it 3: 3 and forced the Peitinger into extra time.

Ice hockey: fatal penalty time for Ty Morris in overtime

The disaster began when Ty Morris, who was on the ice almost continuously in the final third, landed a penalty.

The majority of the people of Lindau besieged the Peitinger housing without interruption.

But Keeper Magg was like a wall.

When Morris' penalty time was almost up, Jere Laaksonen made it 4: 3 for Lindau - the first home defeat since October 17 (2: 5 against Rosenheim) was sealed.


EC Peiting - EV Lindau nV 3: 4 (2: 2, 0: 0, 1: 1, 0: 1)

1st third:

0: 1 (0:44) Bezouska (Lüsch), 1: 1 (6:53) Arkiomaa (Feuerecker, Nagtzaam / 4-3), 1: 2 (15:22) Bezouska (Farny, Guran) , 2: 2 (17:22) Nagtzaam (Weyrich, Magg.

2nd third:

no goals.

3rd third:

3: 2 (59:17) Söll (Nagtzaam, Habermann), 3: 3 (59:32) Farny (Laaksonen, Raaf-Effertz).



3: 4 (63:46) Laaksonen (Bezouska, Farny)

Penalty minutes:

Peiting 14, Lindau 8.



Source: merkur

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