this has been The Tradition. Detached from the current sporting Situation of the Eisbären Berlin of The year, ran a finale on Sunday, the Berlin club in the German hockey League (DEL) the place again-almost. More was not, of course, in the case of the strict security checks at the Arena in Kreuzberg-Friedrichshain. 14 200 spectators were allowed inside, other people had had, even on the black market – no luck. The Fans in the hall were not finally, but at your expense, the polar bears lost 2:4 (1:1, 1:0, 0:3) against the ERC Ingolstadt, Bayern were thus able to enlarge the table as the Eighth of the distance to the polar bears in ninth place on four points.
so It was in front of a sold-out house, a rumpeliger the conclusion of the calendar year for Berlin, where they had it done in April, all the way to the DEL-Finale, but with the start of the new season often poorly looked, what has changed since the change on the coach position. For interim coach Stéphane Richer, it was the third defeat in the fifth game as a coach, an unsatisfactory balance sheet. The game against Ingolstadt lost in Berlin in the last third, Richer said: "I am disappointed and mad. We played on the weekend twice as good, and in the last third due to unnecessary penalties, the game will be lost. Ingolstadt has three majority gates, we have none shot. That says it all.“
Jamie MacQueen and Sean Backman hit for the polar bears
After an early-residue – Michael Collins had met for Ingolstadt – had played the polar bears initially undeterred and were still come by Jamie MacQueen in the first third of the compensation. Happy the 2:1 for Berlin, Sean Backman faked fell to the beginning of the middle section of a shot by Micki DuPont to the Ingolstadt goal. The Bavarians were beaten, Brett Olson managed on the Powerplay to make it 2:2. And then the Berlin lost their line, as on Friday in the 3:4 defeat in Munich. Darin Olver, a Ex-Berlin, met for the 3:2 for Ingolstadt and Collins, to put shortly before the end.
The final siren, was accompanied by a whistling concert, the Fans were on, the referee mad at you. The Berlin players snuck meanwhile, almost unnoticed and without a big round of applause from the ice. It's a gloomy end of the year for the polar bears, the have to on Monday morning for Training on the ice and celebrate, then probably less than a lot of other people in the city.More about
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