DEL: Cologne sharks on the rise


The Kölner Haie have proven their good form in the German Ice Hockey League.

The Rhinelander around the former national coach Uwe Krupp won on the 18th matchday of the northern group at the Fischtown Pinguins from Bremerhaven with 2: 0 (1: 0, 1: 0, 0: 0) and are in after the fourth success from the last five matches fifth in the table. The North Germans, on the other hand, lost for the fourth time in a row and are in third place.

Jonathan Matsumoto (16th minute) in the first third and Lucas Dumont (27th) in the middle third scored the goals for the guests. In addition to the goal scorers, the Haien’s defensive ranks were particularly impressive. Only 14 shots by the penguins came at goalie Justin Pogge. The Canadian remained clean for the second time this season.

Things are going even better at the Grizzlys Wolfsburg than in Cologne. Lower Saxony won 2: 1 (0: 0, 1: 0, 0: 1, 1: 0) after extra time at Düsseldorfer EG and won for the fifth time in a row. The Grizzlys are fourth, Düsseldorf behind the Eisbären Berlin in second place.

After the Wolfsburg opening goal by Gerrit Fauser (30th) Maximilian Kammerer equalized the game after 51 minutes. In the extra season it was again Fauser who ensured the away win 18 seconds before the end.


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