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07-03-2012, 09:35 PM
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12/13 season

does anyone know when the 12/13 season schedule is announced? i plan on being in cologne germany in late november and would like to see a sharks game while in the country for the 1st time. any help i appreciate

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07-03-2012, 09:58 PM
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The last official statement was that they plan to release the schedule in early July. Last year the schedule was released on July 11.

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07-06-2012, 09:43 AM
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does anyone know when the 12/13 season schedule is announced? i plan on being in cologne germany in late november and would like to see a sharks game while in the country for the 1st time. any help i appreciate
Today the DEL has announced that the schedule will be released at July 16th. Have fun in Germany

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thanks guys i cant wait to experience the europian sports crowd, and especially in the motherland lol

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thanks guys i cant wait to experience the europian sports crowd, and especially in the motherland lol
Hope you have a lot of fun in cologne and especially in the "Lanxess Arena"
When the schedule is released i will send you some suggestions for "games to go" at the end of november 2012.

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DEL Schedule has been released:

http://del.org/fileadmin/content/dow...elplan1213.pdf

Unfortunately not much DEL-hockey in november because of the Deutschland Cup on the first weekend in november.

Cologne vs. Berlin should be a pretty good game to attend.

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09-14-2012, 01:19 PM
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The season starts in a few minutes. You can watch a live stream of Kölner Haie vs. Krefeld Pinguine here. They will show a game every Friday.

http://www.laola1.tv/en/int/ice-hock...989-93776.html

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servus tv will also broadcast one game a week on sundays, today it's berlin-mannheim

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09-16-2012, 04:18 PM
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Wow. Great start of Adler Mannheim by defeating the two biggest competitors for the title outscoring them 8-2 in the first weekend.

Kölner Haie also with 5 out of 6 points.

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Wow. Great start of Adler Mannheim by defeating the two biggest competitors for the title outscoring them 8-2 in the first weekend.

Kölner Haie also with 5 out of 6 points.
I was at the Adler game today, it was amazing. Great PK

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So, with the lockout on its way, which NHL'ers have already signed with a DEL team? I heard Seidenberg wanted to wait a bit but is interested in playing for Mannheim. Also, Paul Statsny is rumoured to join the Ice Tigers.

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So, with the lockout on its way, which NHL'ers have already signed with a DEL team? I heard Seidenberg wanted to wait a bit but is interested in playing for Mannheim. Also, Paul Statsny is rumoured to join the Ice Tigers.
Well Seidenberg, Hecht and another German NHL player (I think it was Goc) are rumoured to join Mannheim.

Jason Spezza, Mark Olver, Jason Garrison and Logan Couture are rumoured to sign with Berlin. But none of it is confirmed.

So far I haven't heard anything about Ehrhoff, Greiss, Sturm or Sulzer.

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09-17-2012, 09:02 AM
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Well Seidenberg, Hecht and another German NHL player (I think it was Goc) are rumoured to join Mannheim.

Jason Spezza, Mark Olver, Jason Garrison and Logan Couture are rumoured to sign with Berlin. But none of it is confirmed.

So far I haven't heard anything about Ehrhoff, Greiss, Sturm or Sulzer.
I read an article about Ehrhoff joining Krefeld, but I can't seem to find it any more. That's where I got the rumour about Seids going to Mannheim as well.

Edit: Found another one from the same page, stating the same
http://www.arcor.de/content/sport/to...r%C3%BCck.html


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I read an article about Ehrhoff joining Krefeld, but I can't seem to find it any more. That's where I got the rumour about Seids going to Mannheim as well.

Edit: Found another one from the same page, stating the same
http://www.arcor.de/content/sport/to...r%C3%BCck.html
Thanks, I have also found an article about Ehrhoff.
In that article they also confirmed Mannheim's interest in Seidenberg, Goc and Hecht.

Apparently Sturm will not leave North America for personal reasons, and Holzer will of course stay to play for the Marlies in the AHL.

Sulzer might be joining Düsseldorf if they can afford to pay his insurance.

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Not many rumors yet about some NHLers coming over. Any reason why? I haven't really heard of many at all just the typical ones with the typical guys coming home.

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Not many rumors yet about some NHLers coming over. Any reason why? I haven't really heard of many at all just the typical ones with the typical guys coming home.
First of all the KHL, Eliteserien, SM-Liiga und NLA all provide better competition and better salaries, for North American players who want to come over and most Euros will play in their home countries.
Also most DEL teams do not have many import slots left on their rosters, and they don't have the money to pay these players decent salaries. Most would struggle to even afford the insurance costs.

The only big names I have heard floating around lately are Paul Stastny who has been linked to Nürnberg because of his brother Yan. And Berlin is supposedly interested in Steven Stamkos. To be honest I don't believe that for a second. It would be kind of cool though.

Also linked to Berlin were Mark Olver and Jay Harrison.

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Most teams also have a lot of trouble with funding star-players. They don't really get much of a salary, but insurance is pretty ridiculous. Apparently Ehrhoff costs something like 50,000 per month, which is a lot for a team like Krefeld that is in financial trouble pretty much every summer.

According to his agent, Crosby would cost something like 400k per month in insurance costs. Taking exchange-rate into account, that should be something like 1/20th of Mannheim's yearly player budget, for just one month!
And Mannheim is the richest team, for the average to weak teams it's more like 1/10 or worse.

I really wonder how they did it the last time. Were insurance costs that much lower?


Apparently the Freezers would think about signing an NHL-player if Murphy will miss a lot of time with his bad concussion. They already got the approval from AEG, but Richer said he would more likely go after someone with just 2-3 years of NHL-experience.

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Jamie Benn has signed with Hamburg Freezers

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Also, shouldn't the 11/12 thread be replaced by this one in the sticky section?

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I'm sure I saw a guy in this section with an EV Duisburg avatar. If you're reading this could you please give me updates on Joey Lewis, I used to play U18's with him

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I'm sure I saw a guy in this section with an EV Duisburg avatar. If you're reading this could you please give me updates on Joey Lewis, I used to play U18's with him
I can't give you any inside information or even tell you how he has played so far.
The only thing I can tell you is that he scored 2 goals and had 1 assist in the first two regular season games.

Game 1 they played at Ratingen:

0-1 (29:21) Fabio Pfohl (Dennis Fischbuch, Nico Opree) 5-5
0-2 (43:29) Nico Opree (Fabio Pfohl, Jari Neugebauer) 5-5
0-3 (44:09) Manuel Strodel (Daniel Schmölz, Philip Riefers) 5-5
0-4 (45:45) Denis Fominych (Markus Schmidt, Philip Riefers) 5-5
0-5 (46:10) Dennis Fischbuch (Michael Hrstka, Jari Neugebauer) 5-5
0-6 (56:17) Joseph Lewis (Oliver Mebus, Eric Stephan) 5-5
0-7 (57:26) Nico Opree (Dennis Palka, Stephan Fröhlich) 5-5

Game 2 they played at home against Krefeld:

1-0 (03:40) Dennis Fischbuch (Benjamin Hanke, Denis Fominych) 5-5
2-0 (14:10) Joel Keussen (Oliver Mebus, Marius Schmidt) 5-5
3-0 (18:23) Manuel Strodel (Daniel Schmölz, Joel Keussen) 5-5
4-0 (26:06) Manuel Strodel (Joel Keussen, Daniel Schmölz) 5-5
5-0 (30:04) Joseph Lewis (Markus Schmidt, Daniel Schmölz) 5-3
6-0 (33:44) Dennis Palka (Joseph Lewis, Mats Schöbel) 5-5

I hope this was somewhat useful for you.

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I can't give you any inside information or even tell you how he has played so far.
The only thing I can tell you is that he scored 2 goals and had 1 assist in the first two regular season games.

Game 1 they played at Ratingen:

0-1 (29:21) Fabio Pfohl (Dennis Fischbuch, Nico Opree) 5-5
0-2 (43:29) Nico Opree (Fabio Pfohl, Jari Neugebauer) 5-5
0-3 (44:09) Manuel Strodel (Daniel Schmölz, Philip Riefers) 5-5
0-4 (45:45) Denis Fominych (Markus Schmidt, Philip Riefers) 5-5
0-5 (46:10) Dennis Fischbuch (Michael Hrstka, Jari Neugebauer) 5-5
0-6 (56:17) Joseph Lewis (Oliver Mebus, Eric Stephan) 5-5
0-7 (57:26) Nico Opree (Dennis Palka, Stephan Fröhlich) 5-5

Game 2 they played at home against Krefeld:

1-0 (03:40) Dennis Fischbuch (Benjamin Hanke, Denis Fominych) 5-5
2-0 (14:10) Joel Keussen (Oliver Mebus, Marius Schmidt) 5-5
3-0 (18:23) Manuel Strodel (Daniel Schmölz, Joel Keussen) 5-5
4-0 (26:06) Manuel Strodel (Joel Keussen, Daniel Schmölz) 5-5
5-0 (30:04) Joseph Lewis (Markus Schmidt, Daniel Schmölz) 5-3
6-0 (33:44) Dennis Palka (Joseph Lewis, Mats Schöbel) 5-5

I hope this was somewhat useful for you.
Thanks, Elite Prospects haven't put up any stats yet and I knew he had played at least 1 game because he had a picture on facebook, so this was useful.

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Jamie Benn has signed with Hamburg Freezers

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Also, shouldn't the 11/12 thread be replaced by this one in the sticky section?



I want to live in Hamburg right now.

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I want to live in Hamburg right now.
I wish I'd live closer to Hamburg as well. Considering going to Friday's game vs. Mannheim, despite the 2½-3 hour drive again. Even though I'm cheering for Hamburg, I'd be happy to see a Bruin in action for the opponent


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Claude Giroux and Danny Briere sign with Eisbaren Berlin
http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=406743

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Next week (Friday), my Kölner Haie will visit Berlin, and I was already expected to make the trip for our online radio feet. So, I'm kind of split. On the one hand, and foremost, I want my Haie to keep racking up the points, and build on their amazing start to the season. Then again, I really wouldn't mind getting a fast look at Giroux and Briere, which would obviously hurt our chances a ton.

In Benn and Giroux, two of my favourite players have already entered the league, and while my club is looking amazing of its own (and for the first time in a long time), I can't help but be quite jealous. I hope we can bring in a top-caliber player of our own, at some point. Until then, we'll have to see how far Minard-Falk-Robinson (which might be the league's best line early on) can keep carrying us. It's been a fun season already, and in any way, names like Giroux or Benn are not going to hurt that for me.

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