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17-01-14, 17:00
Translated and condensed from information provided by Paige in the German section of this forum

17.1.14 Adler Mannheim - Nürnberg Ice Tigers
Begin: 19.30



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HSR: Brüggemann, Lars
HSR2: Daniels, Eric
LSR1: Hoppe, Benjamin
LSR2: Hurtik, Christoffer

The next opponent the Adler: Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers

The Adler are currently in sixth place with 63 points and the Ice Tigers are in fifth place with 67 points.

Injured for Mannheim: Florian Kettemer (unspecified upper body injury), and Ken Magowan (Leiste)

** Healthy scratch for Mannheim: none

**due to too many players on the roster two Adler must sit out each game, either injured or healthy scratch

Returning to the line-up: Denis Reul and Steve Wagner

In goal for Mannheim: Dennis Endras

Fun Facts:
Nürnberg's Patrick Reimer is the only DEL player since 2009 that has scored at least 20 goals per season +++ in the last nine years only Iserlohn's Michael Wolf has scored more goals in the DEL than Reimer +++ versus the Adler Reimer has 15 goals and 14 assists in 42 DEL games +++ The Adler have won the last eight home-games against Nürnberg +++ The last win for the Ice Tigers in the SAP Arena was a 6:4 victory for exactly four years, 17 January 2010



Forum/Social Media Nürnberg:

Team Nürnberg:

17-01-14, 23:30
Wow...I haven't seen a game like that in...well, possibly all season! By the third you could tell both teams were tired but this time they actually had a reason to be and look tired since they actually played hockey!! The defenders actually defended the blue line and helped Endras clean out the garbage, there were some good body checks and physical play, won battles on the boards and faceoffs...still some work needs to be done on that powerplay but it looked better then it's been.

Tonight was not just a much needed 3 point shut out...it showed everyone that the Adler can play a quality game if they try as soon as they hit the ice.

20-01-14, 10:03
I have to agree that is the best game I have seen in a long long time. It was also the first time in along time I can say I had fun watching them play. Our power-play has come along but you are right it still needs work. Our situation awareness also needs work, to many passes were intercepted and / or sent to an area on the ice where there were no Mannheim players. All in All a mass improvement and I hope they can keep it up.

Also a classy action from Jaspers during warm ups giving a puck too a young Adler fan.