Saison 22/23!

Pro, Nationalmannschaft // Thursday, 03.11.2016

Deutschland Cup 2016

This Friday, the Deutschland Cup will start in Augsburg. Five players of ERC Ingolstadt participate in the four-nations-tournament: Brandon Buck and Patrick McNeill for Canada; Thomas Oppenheimer, Benedikt Kohl and Thomas Greilinger for Germany.

Deutschland Cup

Host Germany, Slovakia, Switzerland and Canada go for gold at Deutschland Cup. All four participants play against each other for one time, the team with the most points wins the cup.

Canada - Switzerland(Friday, 4 pm CET)
Germany - Slovakia(Friday, 7.30 pm CET)
Slovakia - Canada (Saturday,4 pm CET)
Switzerland - Germany(Saturday, 7.30 pm CET)
Switzerland - Slovakia (Sunday, 1 pm CET)
Germany - Canada (Sunday, 4.30 pm CET)


Having succeded in the Olympic qualification tournament, coach Marco Sturm gives his "heros" a break. A lot of players from the second line step in this time and give Sturm a deeper pool to pick his players for the upcoming IIHF World Championships in Germany and France in Spring 2017.
Goalies: Niklas Treutle (Krefeld Pinguine), Felix Brückmann (Grizzlys Wolfsburg), Mathias Niederberger (Düsseldorfer EG)
Defenders: Denis Reul (Adler Mannheim), Justin Krueger (SC Bern), Marco Nowak (Düsseldorfer EG), Konrad Abeltshauser (Red Bull München), Benedikt Kohl (ERC Ingolstadt), Björn Krupp (Grizzlys Wolfsburg), Jonas Müller (Eisbären Berlin), Sinan Akdag (Adler Mannheim), Marcel Brandt (Düsseldorfer EG)
Forwards: Jerome Flaake (Red Bull München), Kai Hospelt (Kölner Haie), Thomas Oppenheimer (ERC Ingolstadt), Nicolas Krämmer (Kölner Haie), Sebastian Uvira (Kölner Haie), Thomas Greilinger (ERC Ingolstadt), Yasin Ehliz (Sabo Ice Tigers), Gerrit Fauser (Grizzlys Wolfsburg), Felix Schütz (Rögle BK), Leonard Pföderl (Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers), Daniel Pietta (Krefeld Pinguine), Philip Gogulla (Kölner Haie), Brent Raedeke (Adler Mannheim), Maximilian Kastner (Red Bull München)

With the creme of its European legionaries, Canada good top the tournament this time. The team with a lot of KHL, SHL and NLA players really looks strong: Roster Canada

Switzerland whose best players are all overseas brings a highly skilled team from NLA players: Roster Switzerland(pdf)

The team from Eastern Europe brings along players on a good European level such as Michal Čajkovský whom ERCI-fans know from the season opener versus Sparta Prague: Roster Slovakia


Deutschland Cup 2016

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