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SC Riessersee lost against the Starbulls Rosenheim for the fourth time this season. But the sporty side took a back seat because a Rosenheim player was seriously injured.

SC Riessersee lost against the Starbulls Rosenheim for the fourth time this season.

But the sporty side took a back seat because a Rosenheim player was seriously injured.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen –

Usually after a game everything revolves around the result, the performance of the teams and the goals.

But sometimes sport takes a back seat.

So on Friday evening at the ice hockey Oberliga Süd game between SC Riessersee and the Starbulls Rosenheim.

Neither SCR coach Pat Cortina nor Rosenheim's Jari Pasanen felt like analyzing the game at the press conference.

Rosenheim's Mike Glemser remains motionless after a gang check


Because of the scene that happened in minute nine: Suddenly it became very quiet in the Olympic Ice Sports Center.

Jan-Niklas Pietsch had given Rosenheim's Mike Glemser a small, by no means malicious, check about a meter in front of the gang.

As a result, the man from Rosenheim slipped head first against the gang, and his entire body collapsed.

Glemser lay motionless.

A little later, he was – probably conscious – taken off the ice on a stretcher and taken directly to the Murnau Accident Clinic.

According to Pasanen also operated directly in the UKM.

Rosenheim's coach did not want to give any more details about Glemser's injuries.

The shock was deep, even long after the final whistle.

"In an accident like this, the game is secondary," said Pasanen.

Cortina was also visibly upset.

"It's difficult to analyze the game.

There are more important things.

I wish Mike a speedy recovery.”

However, the game was restarted with the score at 0:1.

To date, both teams had fought an entertaining, intense and fast-paced duel in front of 2212 spectators.

Initially, Rosenheim was the more dangerous team, but then Sebastian Cimmerman stole the disc and staged Marlon Wolf.

The new man in the Rosenheim case was in demand: Tomas Pöpperle.

The 38-year-old immediately showed why he was already playing in the top leagues around the world – DEL, KHL and NHL.

Pöpperle buried the pane under himself and let Wolf go away quarreling.

Rosenheim takes a 1-0 lead shortly before

The SCR youngster shook his head a few seconds later while sitting on the bench.

Because his teammates could not stop a pass along the gang.

Then the guests made it strong as a bear.

Three direct passes and it was already 0:1.

That had to gnaw at the self-image, again you were good in the game against Rosenheim, again you were behind.

That's frustrating.

Nevertheless, the SCR initially remained focused and had the next chance in the person of Veit Oswald.

Then the unfortunate accident followed.

Pietsch received a five-minute penalty for the gang check.

But the hosts survived unscathed, also because a Rosenheimer joined Pietsch in the meantime.

SCR completely loses the thread

In the second third everything was suddenly different.

Nothing went together for the Garmisch-Partenkirchen team.

Before the game, Cortina had emphasized that a performance against Rosenheim was required that deserved a first-class grade.

The second section was more of a five.

The passport quality decreased rapidly, misunderstandings accumulated.

It was all down to the SCR as the Starbulls were by no means a marvel.

But despite the injury of the teammate, they showed why they have the best defense.

In the entire 60 minutes they didn't allow a single counterattack, skillfully defended every loss of a target offensively and didn't allow the hosts to switch games at all.

And yet the SCR actually had enough chances, because gradually four Starbulls said goodbye to the penalty box in this section.

Soudek's goal to make it 1: 3 only provides temporary hope

There was nothing to be seen of the SCR parade line that evening – almost nothing.

In the final third, Robin Soudek stole the disc from a Rosenheimer and hammered it past Pöpperle into the net.


Only slight.

Because this hit was the 1:3.

Cortina went all in and took Daniel Allavena off the ice.

didn't help.

Instead, it put the 1:4 a short time later.

The Final Score.

Thus, the Riesserseer not only had to admit defeat for the fourth time this season in Rosenheim, they were once again unable to inspire the spectators in front of a large crowd in their home stadium.

That had earned no more than a grade of four.

But it wasn't that important tonight.

Everyone was thinking of Mike Glemser.

Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2023-02-03

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