EC Peiting at the leader of the table: "We had to learn the lesson"
Created: 2022-12-30Updated: 2022-12-30 11:04 PM
By: Paul Hopp
David Diebolder, ice hockey player for EC Peiting in the Oberliga Süd in the 2022/2023 season.
EC Peiting kept up with the top team Weiden twice this season.
On Friday evening, however, the situation was clear - to the detriment of the ECP.
Weiden – Martin Mazanec hadn't asked for that much.
"Ultimately", said the former Peitingen player (2019 to 2021) and current assistant coach of the "Blue Devils Weiden" before the initial bully, "we have to score one goal more than the others".
Stupid from the point of view of EC Peiting that Weiden exceeded Mazanec's specifications.
At the end of Friday evening, Upper Bavaria suffered a 1:8 defeat against the sovereign leaders of the Oberliga Süd.
It was - after the 1:6 against the "Tölzer Löwen" on Wednesday - the second bankruptcy in a row for the ECP.
"The result is bitter," said ECP trainer Anton Saal.
But he also made it clear: "We don't need to hit it with the hammer now." Overall, they played well in December.
The currently tight schedule "there is that you don't have to think so much".
He praised his opponent: "Weiden played very well.
Our young players have learned the hard way.”
EC Peiting loses clearly at table leader Weiden
Looking back, it was annoying how things had gone for Peitingen in the first third.
After an initial phase of pressure from the hosts, two dangerous moments when they were outnumbered (8th) and various good saves from keeper Konrad Fiedler, they found their way and kept Weiden well away from their own goal for a while.
But it was precisely in this phase that the championship leader struck twice within 20 seconds.
First Chad Bassen scored in the follow-up (17th), then Lukas Ribarik made it 2-0 (18th).
Both times the Weideners were just quicker.
"The one-two was not good for us," said Saal.
It was bitter that a little later the ECP also received a five-minute penalty (18th) - Lukas Gohlke's action on the board against Luca Gläser was counted as a board check.
The Weidener fell off the ice, a concussion was suspected.
The game was fun to coach.
Sebastian Buchwieser, coach of the "Blue Devils Weiden" and formerly in the service of the ECP.
With a bit of luck, Peiting could have taken the lead.
Because in their first majority game (12th), the guests showed some good approaches with the score at 0:0, Gohlke and Felix Brassard had the best chances.
Otherwise, Peitinger fired a few shots, but they didn't cause too much embarrassment for Weiden's keeper Marco Wölfl.
Crass error with own superiority leads to 0:4
In the middle third it only took 45 seconds before Weiden made it 3-0 through Fabian Voit, who scored from the blue line.
The ECP survived the remaining time outnumbered.
As a result, however, the guests struggled to bring about a proper build-up of the game.
Most of the time they were stopped before the red line.
A power play (29') offered a chance to get back into action;
Fabian Weyrich was injured in the scene that led to the penalty.
But after Weidener's shot to free himself, Fiedler made a major blunder: The keeper, who drove towards the rink to the puck, wanted to put the disc down for Feuerecker, but played it right on the bat Voit, who put it in to make it 4-0 (29 ').
"I think the game was gone by then at the latest," said Saal.
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The ECP was then out of the role, nothing came together in the power play.
Complete again, the guests even conceded the 0:5 through Martin Heinisch (31st).
Coach Saal then ordered keeper Fiedler off the ice, and Florian Hechenrieder replaced him between the posts.
As a result, he had a lot to do, also due to two manpower games (34th, 38th).
Peiting only had a few chances in the middle third, one of the best came after a good effort from Marco Niewollik, after that the goal was clear, but Brassard was pushed aside at the last moment (32').
In the final third, Hechenrieder had to parry three times in the first minute in dire need - and did it confidently.
Weiden then controlled what was happening and had a huge chance through Voit (47').
Peiting was mostly busy defending and hardly got into offensive scenes.
One exception: Brassard and David Diebolder fired on the Weidener goal in quick succession (48').
A little later, birthday boy Neal Samanski scored for Weiden to make it 6-0 (49th).
After that, things were made very easy for the "Blue Devils": First Edgars Homjakovs completed a solo with the 7:0 (52nd), then Dennis Thielsch made it 8:0 (54th).
At least the people from Peiting prevented a shut-out for Weiden's keeper Wölfl: Diebolder scored the 1:8 (55 th ).
In the table, the lead of the sixth-placed Peitinger over the Tölzer Löwen remains at five points, after the Isarwinkler lost the derby against Riessersee 2:5.
On Monday, January 2nd, Peitingen will meet EHC Klostersee away from home.
Blue Devils Weiden8
1st period: 1:0 (16:44) Bassen (Samanski, Homjakovs), 2:0 (17:04) Ribarik (Thielsch, Davis).
2nd period: 3:0 (20:45) Voit (Davis/5-4), 4:0 (28:35) Voit (4-5), 5:0 (30:44) Heinisch (Rubes, Thielsch) .
3rd period: 6: 0 (48:28) Samanski (Homjakovs, Thielsch), 7: 0 (51:36) Homjakovs (Schusser, Schmidbauer), 8: 0 (53:07) Thielsch (Rubes, Heinisch), 8 :1 (54:38) Diebolder (Morgan, Brassard).
Penalty minutes: Weiden 6, Peiting 11. Referees: Schadewaldt, Weger.