Thanks to Double Packer Sch tz Munich in the secondary final

Tiffels and Schütz bring EHC on course

Frederik Tiffels shows his pinpoint precision against EV Zug | Play of the night

Bastian Eckl (3rd), Frederik Tiffels (25.), Double Power Scorer Justin Schütz (31st, 55.), Philip Gogulla (42.) and Tobias Lindner (56.) Shossed the Munich s success, which was enough to train in To displace group D from second place. The group victory secured the Swedish club RoGle BK, for which the German exit talent Moritz Seider (now Detroit Red Wings) played in the past season.

By the middle of the game and Schütz Hits for 3: 1 For the Upper Bavaria, the game was still open. Jan Kovar had clearly balanced for Zug in the first third (14th).

Adler: Akdag only succeeds the honorary goal

Meanwhile, the Adler, which has already been drawn to the eighth-finished, missed the group victory in Group C. The team of coach Pavel Gross lost his last preliminary round against the Swiss representative HC Lausanne at home with 1: 3. Jiri Sekac (18th), Tim Bozon (29.) – Son of the former Eagle striker Philippe Bozon – as well as Benjamin Baumgartner (54th) met for the guests. Sinan Akdag (58.) scored the only goal of the eagle.

The Mannheimer closed the group behind the Finnish Club Lukko Rauma as second. The return matches in the secondary finals will be held between 16 and 24 November.

polar bears exclude group as third

After four defeats on the prelude of the group stage, equivalent to the premature, Meister Polarbären Berlin closed the group stage in group E even as third parties. Through the 4: 2 success in HC Lugano, the capitals repressed the Swiss still from third place. Matt White (5., 46.), Blaine Byron (22nd) and Giovanni Fiore (59th) achieved the Berlin s hits.

The eighth fields in the group went to Tappara Tampere and Skelleftea.

Also failed in the group phase was already the fourth German representative from Bremerhaven on Tuesday – by a 1: 3 at home against the Czech traditional club Sparta Prague.