EHC Klostersee: Grafinger receive Landsberg Riverkings in the Oberliga Süd
Created: 12/24/2022, 2:30 p.m
Grafinger taker qualities: Klostersee's skid crackers around striker Lynnden Pastachak (right, in a duel with Dillon Eichstadt from Bad Tölz) have had to put up with many setbacks and punches on their return to the Oberliga.
sro It will of course be a bit more difficult to catch up again.
EHC coach Dominik Quinlan on a possible catch-up race.
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Ice hockey: EHC Klostersee starts mammoth program in the Oberliga Süd against Landsberg Riverkings.
– The so-called staade time is over for the EHC Klostersee by the Christmas weekend at the latest, if it was ever present in the tightly timed game rhythm of the Oberliga Süd.
With the guest appearance of the Landsberg Riverkings on Boxing Day, Monday at 5.30 p.m. in the Wildbräu Arena, the people of Grafing will be fighting for points every two days for two weeks.
“An entire third division season is tough for us as an amateur squad, but now it’s really going to get down to substance until after the Epiphany,” says coach Dominik Quinlan, who, in view of the mammoth program, designs the training workload accordingly.
"There isn't much time left from game to game and of course the regeneration in between is very important."
Unlocking it again will of course be a bit more difficult now
EHC coach Dominik Quinlan
From a sporting point of view, the guest appearance of the Red and Whites in Lindau was sobering.
After the long-awaited first sense of achievement in Höchstadt, they wanted to do more at Lake Constance in order to get closer to the Islanders – and also the next guests from Lechstadt – at the bottom of the table.
"Of course it's going to be a bit more difficult to catch up again," the EHC head coach is also aware.
A piece of the puzzle for this demanding undertaking, in addition to stable performance, is also luck on the target, which you had in Franconia itself, but lost to the Islanders in the 0:4.
"Before they were given a lucky goal, we should have been in the lead long ago."
The Klosterseern don't want to look back too much, the upcoming task against Landsberg is too important, and they are currently in "no man's land".
With a small cushion of points on the playdown places and already some way behind the pre-playoff ranks.
Grafing narrowly lost the first leg in Landsberg with 4:5 goals
The Grafingers lost the only mandatory meeting of the current season so far on the third day of the game away with 4:5 goals after a good performance, but too much indiscipline in the second third.
"It was one of those performances where we were close, but in the end we weren't clear and clever enough to score points," Dominik Quinlan recalls.
The Riverkings and other opponents from the lower regions of the table have exactly these characteristics ahead of the red-whites.
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After many of them had crossed the same valley as in the current game round of the EHC.
Landsberg, for example, scored a total of seven points as a promoted team in the 2020/21 season, Höchstadt scored twelve the year before and TEV Miesbach had a meager five in 2017/18.
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