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Qualifying matches with Salzburg

Qualifying matches with Salzburg

Tomorrow, Friday, Sposo Vienna Capitals will meet EC champions Red Bull Salzburg in the 51st round of the ICE Hockey League, which they win every other day. The duel, which begins at 7:15 p.m., is of little importance to the qualifying race. Both the Caps and the Red Bulls have already qualified for the quarter-finals.

Eleven times in a row in the top 6

Sposo Wien Capitals scheduled Tuesday’s quarter-final match without having to intervene effectively. With 73 points currently after 46 matches, it is no longer possible to knock the Vienna out of the top six. Only fifth place in the EC-KAC table, three points ahead of the Caps, is still within reach. But in terms of the quarter-finals, this improvement would be meaningless. Apart from this, Seposo Vienna Capitals rounded out the top six for the 11th consecutive time this season after the regular season. Tomorrow, D.C. will play its last away game of the regular season. Abroad, the Vienna side have 37 points from 23 matches, which also means sixth place in the first-leg table. In terms of personnel, no major changes are expected compared to the duel against HCB Südtirol Alperia. The injured Ben Finkelstein and Nico Brunner may miss the Salzburg duel as a precaution.

The city of Salzburg can locate itself in the CHL

Defending champions EC Red Bull Salzburg could secure second place in the table tomorrow and with it renewed qualification to the Champions League Hockey League. Mozartstadters ended their three-match losing streak with a 4-1 away win at HK SZ Olimpija on Tuesday. The Red Bulls previously lost at HC TIWAG Innsbruck (1:3), at Migross Supermercati Asiago Hockey (2:4) and at Moser Medical Graz99ers (2:6). Coach Matt McIlvan’s team has won the Caps in two of the previous three seasons. Motsarstadt won the first game of the season on September 16, 2022, with two goals to one, with 14 seconds left in the match, and on November 25, the Viennese team returned with a 3-0 victory at home. On 29 January, Salzburg won 3-1 at the STEFFL Stadium in what was a largely hard-fought match. Former D.C. striker Peter Schneider is the champion’s top scorer with 42 points (16 goals + 26 assists). The 31-year-old shares the lead in the team’s internal goalscoring standings with another former Kapp striker, Benjamin Nessner. The two guards Atti Tolvanen and David Keikert caught a catch average of 91.9%. However, the former match-goalkeeper Kickert has a better goals against average than the Finn (1.76 – 1.9).

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Barr wants to maintain the necessary seriousness

“We take the last two games very seriously because we’re up against teams who have met us in the quarter-finals. At the same time, we’ve got a few players with minor injuries. Salzburg is a very good team and difficult to play with. But we play to win every game and prepare for this.” match with due seriousness. He says Coach Dave Bar Caps.

Upcoming games from spusu Vienna Capitals


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Fri, 24.02.2017


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Sunday, 26.02.2017


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Playoff tickets: pre-sale after the end of the pre-game

The hottest phase of the ice hockey season is just around the corner, as the play-offs of the One Day Winner Ice Hockey League are approaching. Tickets for the Seposo Vienna Capitals quarter-final matches will go on sale the day after the end of the qualifiers, either on March 4 or 6. Subscribers have the advantage of being able to secure their entry and four additional tickets before anyone else. Regardless of whether you are a subscriber or not, match ticket prices remain the same this season compared to last year! Tickets for the play-off matches at the Sposo Wien Capitals Stadium are available at Online ticket storein the CS Hockey Store at the STEFFL Arena, in the Vienna Ticket Pavilion at the State Opera and 1.5 hours before the start of the game at the box office.