Seventh games in a series, they are the salt of each Playoff. Never more qualities are in demand, as when it comes to a night out for both Teams ums athletic to Survive. Any mistakes, any carelessness can send their team to the end of the season, correspondingly high the tension is. "They are wonderful games, but it also does good to pursue such a distance," says train defender Jesse Zgraggen.
The EVZ is since last Thursday as a Finalist and is waiting for the winner of the Bernese Derby between Berne and Biel. The 1:0 success in the capital city on Saturday played the Zugern in this respect, in the cards, as the mental and physical energy loss of the potential final opponent is even bigger. Especially since it's already on Thursday next, for the train either in Bern or at home against Biel.
While the SCB and the EHC today so until late in the evening, or in extreme cases, until the early hours of the morning – to give everything, completed the day's work in the late morning. Was concentrated working on the ice. Five-against-three-situations, but also sequences in the case of a numerical tie, interrupted by short, clear instructions on the tactics Board. "It is important to keep the intensity in Training so we are on the Thursday ready," said Zgraggen.
the calm before The storm
Only three journalists attended the training session, everything went on as usual. Bustle there was in advance on the arena square in front of the hall, where there is everything for the Public Viewing. Coach Dan Tangnes can live with this classic calm before the storm well: "We can train and to the last Details," says the Norwegian, who is in his first Playoff Final almost deeply relaxed.
tonight, the Zug can put your feet up and this will do the majority of the front of the TV. "Most of us are watching the game, I will say" Zgraggen. Not just as a classic Fan. Chips and beer are not on the menu, including wine. "It is the time of the season, we are all the ice hockey . I'll settle for a water, a beer or two time, then after the Final.
For duty program the game for the trainer trio Tangnes, Stefan Hedlund and Josh belongs to Holden. "We will watch the game together," says the Norwegian. He had already toyed with the idea of driving in the Postfinance-Arena, but it should not be dismissed, because, you know, how long the game goes. "And tomorrow is for all of us a very long day," white Tangnes. (Tages-Anzeiger.ch/Newsnet)
Created: 09.04.2019, 17:40 PM