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09-17-2004, 06:53 PM
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[GER] the official DEL/2.liga/oberliga thread

finally here is the official thread for all the talking about the DEL, the 2nd-tier league (2.liga) and the 3rd-tier league (oberliga).

feel free to discuss the leagues, share some observations you made while attending to a game or ask questions about prospects, lockout NHLers or others.

have fun!

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The new (but somehow very old ) found "Berliner SC Preussen" lost the first game in the "Oberliga" against the Dresdner Eislöwen 2:4. Doug Murray and Martin Lapointe with the goals for Berlin.
Dresden wants to promote to the "2. Liga", so nothing to get mad about.
Next game is on sunday vs the "Hassfurt Sharks" - 1st home game.

GO PREUSSEN!

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Doug Murray and Martin Lapointe with the goals for Berlin.
i always have to laugh when reading their names on the preussen roster.

it's sad they lost their first game, but i'm pretty sure they'll play a good season. i don't know if they're already good enough to promote, but a good season in the oberliga would be satisfying.

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i always have to laugh when reading their names on the preussen roster.

it's sad they lost their first game, but i'm pretty sure they'll play a good season. i don't know if they're already good enough to promote, but a good season in the oberliga would be satisfying.
Yeah, Martin Lapointe should ROCK in the Oberliga!

They had some troubles in the pre-season (what else is new?) - they had very few training units in the Deutschlandhalle and the team is completely new. But given circumstances they played some very solid games in the pre.
I'm really looking forward for this season - a feeling I didn't have for al long time.

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results, 9-17-04

DEL

Hannover Scorpions - EHC Wolfsburg 4 - 2 (1:0 2:1 1:1)
Tore:
1:0 (11.) Lambert (Öberg, Augusta)
2:0 (27.) Soccio (Dolak, Abstreiter)
2:1 (31.) Delisle (Simon, Suchan)
3:1 (32.) Röthke (Brüggemann)
3:2 (57.) Zurek (Ciernik, Paepke)
4:2 (58.) Morczinietz (Öberg)

Iserlohn Roosters - Düsseldorfer EG 1 - 2 (1:1 0:0 0:1)
Tore:
0:1 (18.) Davidson (Ulrich) 5:4
1:1 (19.) York 5:4
1:2 (50.) Kreutzer (Herr)

Adler Mannheim - Kassel Huskies 6 - 2 (2:0 1:0 3:2)
Tore:
1:0 (01.) Ullmann (Greilinger, Delmore)
2:0 (07.) Delmore (Tripp, Edgerton) 5:4
3:0 (33.) Greilinger (Tripp, Kelly) 5:4
4:0 (50.) Edgerton (Delmore, Greilinger) 5:3
5:0 (51.) Goc (Hecht, Corbet) 5:3
6:0 (51.) Greilinger (Kelly, Tripp) 5:3
6:1 (58.) Bousquet (Swanson, Retzer)
6:2 (59.) Serikow (Laflamme, Acker)

Krefeld Pinguine - Kölner Haie 1 - 2 (0:1 1:1 0:0)
Tore:
0:1 (17.) Roy (McLlwain) 5:4
0:2 (33.) Roy (Hicks, Schlegel) 5:4
1:2 (40.) Selivanov (Wright, Herperger) 5:3

Eisbären Berlin - Frankfurt Lions 3 - 2 (2:0 1:1 0:1)
Tore:
1:0 (18.) Fairchild (Pederson, Walker)
2:0 (20.) Pederson (DuPont, Heins) 5:4
2:1 (23.( Bouchard (Lebeau, Norris) 5:4
3:1 (38.) Keller (Heins, Heaufait)
3:2 (53.) Lebeau (Norris, Young)

2.Liga

EV Duisburg - Schwenningen Wild Wings 0 - 3 (0:0 0:2 0:1)
ESV Kaufbeuren - 1. EV Weiden 5 - 1 (1:1 4:0 0:0)
EV Landshut - EC Bad Tölz 6 - 2 (2:0 2:1 2:1)
ESC Moskitos Essen - ETC Crimmitschau 6 - 4 (1:0 3:3 2:1)
SC Bietigheim-Bissingen - EHC Straubing 2 - 4 (1:1 0:2 1:1)
REV Bremerhaven - Lausitzer Füchse 4 - 1 (2:1 2:0 0:0)
Wölfe Freiburg - EV Regensburg 1 - 3 (0:2 0:0 1:1)

Oberliga

Hannover Indians - ERV Schweinfurt 5 - 4 (0:1 2:2 3:1)
Dresdner Eislöwen - Berliner SC Preussen 4 - 2 (2:0 1:1 1:1)
ERC Haßfurt - Höchstadter EC 0 - 3 (0:2 0:1 0:0)
Blue Lions Leipzig - Eisbären Berlin Juniors 7 - 1 (-:- -:- -:-)
SC Mittelrhein-Neuwied - Revier Löwen Oberhausen 8 - 3 (5:1 3:1 0:1)
Starbulls Rosenheim - Heilbronner EC 4 - 5 (0:1 2:1 2:2) n.P.
EV Füssen - EV Ravensburg 5 - 4 (3:1 1:4 0:0) n.V.
TEV Miesbach - Stuttgart Wizards 4 - 1 (2:1 1:0 1:0)
EHC München - ESV Hügelsheim 4 - 3 (0:1 -:- -:-)
SC Riessersee - EC Peiting 5 - 3 (0:1 3:2 2:0)

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Looks somewhat expected. No surprises.

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Nice to see Munich starting the season with a win.

Nice 4 point Debut for Greilinger for Mannheim.
Good to see Koslow getting a chance to replace Mueller in Krefeld.

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Disappointing loss to begin the season for the Lions, but they'll be back!! Nice two point game for Lebeau to begin the year.

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I have a question. Are there any restrictions for foreign players in the DEL. I mean can DEL teams dress as much NHLers like they want?

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No, 11 foreigners can play at the same time.
There is a limitation of 12 licenses. If a team would sign 4 NHLers and they would leave after the lockout is over, they would have to play with 8 foreigners for the rest of the season. (If the lockout ends before the season)

In other countries less foreigners are allowed to play, but they can sign as many as they want to. That's why German teams are more hesitant to sign NHL-players.

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SC Mittelrhein-Neuwied - Revier Löwen Oberhausen 8 - 3 (5:1 3:1 0:1)
Can anybody tell me the goal scorers in that game, or where I can find stats for SC Mittelrhein-Neuwied. My buddy Tyson Mulock is playing for that team.

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No, 11 foreigners can play at the same time.
There is a limitation of 12 licenses. If a team would sign 4 NHLers and they would leave after the lockout is over, they would have to play with 8 foreigners for the rest of the season. (If the lockout ends before the season)

In other countries less foreigners are allowed to play, but they can sign as many as they want to. That's why German teams are more hesitant to sign NHL-players.

Thank you

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Here is the homepage: Mittelrhein-Neuwied

There is a headline about the first game ("Gelungener Saisonauftakt..."). Click on "Ganze News lesen" and you will get a recap of the game. Mulock scored the 3-1 in an 8-3 win.

For stats go to "Saison" and then "Scorerliste".


The league-homepage is: Oberliga Nord-Ost

On the right are the standings, schedule, stats, players and teams, but I don't know how often they update.

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Some surprising results today.

Krefeld beats Düsseldorf 3-2
Ingolstadt destroys Berlin 5-0, MacDonald and Sturm score
Iserlohn beats Kassel 5-3 after giving up a three goal lead

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Yeeeahh...Berliner SC Preussen against Hassfurt 2:1!!

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Iserlohn beats Kassel 5-3 after giving up a three goal lead
you should've seen the game. the ref can be happy if he comes out of the arena alive. the security said that they won't protect him since it is all his own fault.

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Yeeeahh...Berliner SC Preussen against Hassfurt 2:1!!
Scott Matzka and Patrick Czajka with the goals for Berlin!

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Scott Matzka and Patrick Czajka with the goals for Berlin!
no martin lapointe? :lol

but great news. isn't pavel cagas the goalie of hassfurt?

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no martin lapointe? :lol

but great news. isn't pavel cagas the goalie of hassfurt?


Markus Nachtmann was in goal.

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Markus Nachtmann was in goal.
ah ok. whoever he is, but he must be good since he has not allowed a goal by martin lapointe. :lol

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Scott Matzka and Patrick Czajka with the goals for Berlin!
I was still very impressed by Matzka, Lapointe and Popp....and Nachtmann(Hassfurt) had some good saves today.

Hopefully we won't win only at home.........

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ah ok. whoever he is, but he must be good since he has not allowed a goal by martin lapointe. :lol
On the Preussen-board he was voted for 3rd star - behind the two goalscorers.
I think Tronador can confirm that.

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The season has begun and what do I see but Premiere doesn't have a contract with the DEL??? Where the heck can you see any games now? Are any of the Bavarian channels showing any games?

In any case, who else thinks the Freezers are planning to announce a big signing? I just can't imagine them expecting to let Greig go without having a big replacement planned. They were lacking offense WITH Greig in the line-up, so whoever replaces him better be coming with some big-time promise!


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The season has begun and what do I see but Premiere doesn't have a contract with the DEL??? Where the heck can you see any games now? Are any of the Bavarian channels showing any games?

In any case, who else thinks the Freezers are planning to announce a big signing? I just can't imagine them expecting to let Greig go without having a big replacement planned. They were lacking offense WITH Greig in the line-up, so whoever replaces him better be coming with some big-time promise!

As far as I know, the Freezers have entered the Dany Heatley sweepstakes. Allegedly, one of the reasons for cutting Greig was to free up some money for Heatly (or another big signing). But Capla wants Heatley to commit to the Freezers for the whole season, not just for the duration of the lockout. In my eyes, making such an offer to a player like Heatley is outright ridiculous! Unless Capla changes his mind he you won't see Heatley in a Freezers uniform. However, I guess the Freezers will sign a high calibre player in the near future.

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Let's all celebrate the Lions first victory of the season. Hip Hip Hurray!!

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