Play-off time is the phrase of the time. Coaches and players compete in the Nothing to say. We have listed dancing the Following are some of our Favorite. Current and old sayings. The unofficial slogan master is currently in the German hockey League (DEL) clearly Dan Lacroix. The coach of the Cologne sharks, the skin is really a outdated canadian firecracker after the Other out and, therefore, also a lot of space:
"How do you eat an elephant? Bite by bite."
" In the play-offs you need a short memory."
"We have to keep it simple."
" We have flipped the page already. In the Play-offs to Balance. It is never as bad as you think, but also not so good."
(Dan Lacroix, Cologne sharks)
"to the game, We think only of the game."
"We have to be smart to play."
(André Rankel (Eisbären Berlin) and 35,000 other players)
"We had no slice of luck in the final phase."
(Nuremberg coach Martin Jiranek after the third game in Mannheim)
"I don't look at the opponent, but on top of us."
(Ex-polar bears-coach Clement Jodoin to each question according to the Strengths of the next opponent)
"I am pleased with my goal, but more important is the success of the team."
(Standard reply to questions about the performance of a player)
"On Friday it goes."
(Uwe Krupp, Eisbären Berlin until 2018)
"The bounces went their way."
(Corey Clouston, the Cologne sharks up to 2018)
skin rarely a bleeding spell out. Stéphane Richer.Photo: Kai-Uwe Heinrich
"It ain't over until the fat Lady sings."
(Stéphane Richer, in April 2005, as coach of the Adler Mannheim. The polar bears had just won game two of the finals series and master) a few days later
"Never criticize your wife or your goalie."
"You always meet twice in hockey."
"Hockey is a big family."
(Pierre Pagé, eisbaren Berlin (2002 to 2007)
"You're dreaming of the white sausage."
Uli Egen (polar bears up to 2002)
Eisbären Berlin in the handball-2018/19 season In September in Berlin – test game against the Chicago BlackhawksClaus Vetter, Jörg Leopold, Jan Schröder
"If there are no dead and no wounded, no Play-offs."
Bernie Johnston (EV Landshut 1994 - 1996)