After two opening losses at the ice hockey world championships, national coach Harold Kreis is changing the offensive lines against the United States. There is also defender Leon Kavanagh.
Leon Gavanke arrives and is there a day later.
Kavanke (Manitoba Moose/AHL) arrived in Tampere, Finland on Sunday, a day after his third Germany opening round game. The DEB announced this an hour before the start of the match in Tampere.
Earlier disappointment Daniel Fischbuch (Düsseldorfer EG) only sat out against the USA, but now World Cup-licensed Manuel Widerer (Eisperan Berlin) is in the lineup. Frederik Tiffels (EHC Red Bull Munich) was moved from the front to the third row after his previous performances of 0-1 against Sweden and 3-4 against Finland. For this, Marcel Nobels from Berlin moves to the first storm line.
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