ECP against Memmingen: Again a goal difference decides
Created: 07/10/2022, 23:05
By: Paul Hopp
Striking player: Felix Brassard (here is an archive photo) had several good scenes on offense yesterday and also scored a goal.
© Roland Halmel
In preparation, EC Peiting lost twice against ECDC Memmingen.
Also on Friday evening, in the round of points, a goal difference decided.
Memmingen – EC Peiting narrowly lost its two friendlies against ECDC Memmingen in preparation, each time 3-4.
The first duel in the Oberliga Süd also ended with a one-goal difference.
The people of Peiting suffered their first defeat of the season at 2:3 on Friday evening.
ECP trainer Anton Saal described the victory of the "Indians" as "generally deserved".
It was known that Memmingen, having started with three defeats, would be committed.
But in the first third, according to Saal, “we weren't ready.
The gaps were too big.” According to Saal, “the majority game” was decisive for the result.
Memmingen scored three power play goals (from five situations), while Peitingen only managed one overtime goal (on four occasions).
Memmingen score three goals in the power play
Konrad Fiedler, who was in the ECP goal this time, had to intervene twice in the first 30 seconds.
But the people from Peiting soon had chances as well, and Marc Besl (3rd) had the first top-class chance.
As a result, things went back and forth at high speed, with Memminger having the greater number of offensive actions.
Fiedler reacted brilliantly to the counterattack and the shot by Petr Pohl (6th), the same was true when Jaroslav Hafenrichter shot (9th).
However, numerous shots by the “Indians” also went wide of the goal.
On the ECP side, Thomas Heger (5th) and Felix Brassard (17th) each just missed a goal.
In the middle third, Peitinger started outnumbered and survived the situation.
As a result, there were several good opportunities for the Indians to score.
ECP keeper Fiedler prevented a goal with strong saves.
Two majority situations (28th, 32nd) gave the guests some breathing space.
When the "Indians" got on the power play, Maxim Kryvorutskyy made it 1-0 (35').
Immediately afterwards, Peiting was in the majority - Brassard scored the 1-1 equalizer with a nice one-timer (37 ').
The ECP stayed on the trigger, David Miller failed at goalkeeper Leon Meder (38th).
On the other side, Sean Morgan could only stop Sergei Topol from Memmingen with a foul;
The hosts took advantage of the majority through Gits Meija to take a 2-1 lead (39th).
EC Peiting equalizes twice
Peiting had the better start in the final third.
Miller (41st) and Brassard (42nd) narrowly missed.
A little later, after a duel in the "Indians" zone, the disc was exposed;
Besl switched the fastest and turned the ball cold to 2: 2 (44th).
Peiting remained dangerous: Brassard's great solo (46') ended just as unsuccessfully as Fabian Weyrich's solid shot and Sam Payeur's action (47').
The 3:2 lead of Memmingen by Marcus Marsall in the power play (48th) came as a surprise.
Peiting's Morgan then lacked the last bit of luck in a solo (49th).
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As a result, the game was open, with both sides making deals.
Four minutes before the end then a majority game for the ECP.
Peiting had a good formation, but with luck Memmingen survived the situation.
ECP keeper Fiedler saved in dire need against Pohl (59th).
After that there was a bench penalty against Peiting because of too many players on the ice - a very controversial scene.
The defeat "I'm not tied to that," said Saal.
"We missed a few chances before that."
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ECDC Memmingen 3
EC Peiting 2
1st period: no goals.
2nd period: 1: 0 (34:17) Kryvorutskyy (Svedlund, Pohl/5-4), 1: 1 (36:26) Brassard (Heger/5-4), 2: 1 (38:40) Meija ( Pekr, Topol/5-4).
3rd period: 2:2 (43:40) Besl (Payeur, Feuerecker), 3:2 (47:38) Marsall (Pekr, Meisinger/5-4).
Penalty minutes: Memmingen 8, Peiting 10. Referees: Polaczek, Weger.