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In Villach Eagles: the main focus is on the majority game

In Villach Eagles: the main focus is on the majority game

Nesour Villach is relieved after the 5:3 win away from league newcomer Asiago. Not only because of the second win in the fourth inning, but also because of the way the team performed. “We played a lot better than we did against Vorarlberg. We got into the game very compact and with a lot of commitment and didn’t allow much in our area,” said Alexander Schmidt, who took advantage of GB Lamoureux this time around.

The 22-year-old was only satisfied with the power game. With a score of 3:3, Adler had two more men on the ice for 83 seconds shortly before the end of the regular time, but he didn’t bring any significant movement on the ice. “The positive thing is that we were by no means discouraged. The players kept working and shortly afterwards secured a two-goal win. Until then, the match could have gone the other way,” coach Rob Daum said. “The main focus will definitely be on playing the force in the upcoming training sessions.”

VSV has time to automate some moves this week. Only on Sunday will Draustadt return to play against the Graz 99ers. By then, John Hughes, who was recently ill, should be one hundred percent fit again. Especially for power play, he could be the crucial and missing piece of the puzzle in the next few weeks.

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