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Despite many chances, Germany lost against the United States

Despite many chances, Germany lost against the United States

Germany suffered its third loss in three games at the IIHF World Championship. Despite many chances, DEB lost 3-2 to USA in Group A in Tampere. In the second game, Sweden won the Scandinavian derby against Finland 2–1 on penalties. In Group B, Canada struggled to beat Slovakia in Riga. In the end it was 2:1 nP for the favourite. Later in the evening, Latvia surprised the Czech Republic by beating the Czech Republic 4:3.

Germany 2-3 USA (0-0/2-1/0-2)

Despite their best performance so far at the World Cup, national coach Harold Greis’ supporters were left empty-handed after 60 minutes. Germany were clearly on the rise, especially in the first third, but the opposition seemed to fall away. Germany did not score a goal shot ratio of 12:4.

He fell after restarting on the other side. Ronnie Attard gives the Americans a 1-0 lead (26′). But the Germans were in no way shocked and did not retaliate. Samuel Soramis scored to make it 1-1 (31st) after Moritz Müller’s pass. Secondary aids available A disciple of Moritz Credit. Just before the end of the second round, Justin Schutz evened it at 2-1 (40th). Assists went to Parker Twomey and Leon Gavanke.

At the start of the final third, Germany was closer to the third goal than the USA. But missed opportunities must be avenged. Sean Farrell 2: 2 (46th) and Matt Coronado (55.) 3:2 the game changed. Although the DEB team later threw everything forward again, the unfortunate defeat remained. As the best German player Nico storm The best.

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“Of course, it’s annoying that the team had to leave the ice again today without a point,” national coach Greiss said after the game at the Nokia Arena. “It took a few minutes for us to fully settle into the game. After that we played evenly with the Americans. The team showed their backbone, fought and showed themselves in terms of the game. That will definitely stay with us. Next tasks .”

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Attacker Schütz could not believe that the DEB selection was again without a point. “We were the better team today in my opinion,” he said. “We need to be more effective on the power play in the next few games and focus on the third period. That’s when we’ll get the points as well. We’ll be ready to win the next two days with our heads down. First game Thursday.”

According to DEB captain Moritz Müller, there were only subtleties that made the difference between victory and defeat in games with German participation. “What we can do better next game is to put more shots in front of goal to force goals,” he explained.

Slovakia 1-2 Canada AF (1-1/0-0/0-0/0-0/0-1)

Jack Quinn He scored the decisive goal for Canada by converting his penalty in the eighth round of the shootout. He put it over goalkeeper Samuel Hlavaj’s shoulder and into the net. Goalie misses the following attempt by Martin Kromiak Sam Montembalt to prevent was in regulatory time Jack Neighbors It was 1-0 to the Canadians (7th). Peter Cehlarik was responsible for Slovakia taking the lead with the majority (17th) after a brilliant succession of passes.

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The game was a tough one as the powerplay lasted for over 27 minutes. That resulted in 59 penalty minutes, including 14 minors and one major. The brave Slovaks took a point away from Canada, with goalkeeper Hlavaj superb in his senior debut.

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Finland – Sweden 1:2 pt (0:0/0:1/1:0/0:0/0:1)

The two Scandinavian arch-enemies put up a bitter struggle. The visitors at Tampere’s Nokia Arena have not seen a goal for a long time. The Swedes broke the spell just minutes before the end of the middle half. Jonathan Berggren penetrated into the Finnish zone and served to Oscar Lindberg, who made it 1-0 with a one-timer from the right face-off circle (38′).

In the final third, the World Cup hosts managed a much-lauded draw. Hari Bessonen shot from the left and Juho Lammiko deflected the rebound past Sweden goalie Lars Johansson to make it 1-1 (47th). It was Sweden’s first goal in this World Cup. In the final third and the ensuing overtime, nothing decisive happened in front of the two goals.

Sweden had the upper hand in the penalty shootout. twice Lucas Raymond and Henrik Tomarnes scored for Trey Kroner. Ahti Oksanen and only in the Finns Joel Armia Her solo run.

Czech Republic – Latvia 3:4 at (1:0/1:2/1:1/0:1)

A mistake by the Czechs against Latvia at the Arena Riga cost them two valuable points for a place in the quarter-finals. In the first three everything went as planned. David Nemecek went 1-0 (9th). But the tide turned in the second third. Riharts Bukharts (23′) and Martins Dzerkels (24′) gave the Latvians a 2-1 lead. Dominik Kubalik 2: 2 (30th) marked.

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In the last third round, Czech Republic’s Michal Kempny (57th) equalized Latvia’s 3-2 lead at the interval through Oskar Sibulskis (46th). In the extra time that followed, the World Cup co-hosts finished the game well. Oscar sparked a collective jubilation in the Patna team and the visitors were up 4:3 (65th).