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DEL-Kub EHC Munich wins for the 15th time in a row against the Kölner Haie
The Kölner Haie are and will remain the favorite opponent of the EHC Red Bull Munich. On Wednesday evening, coach Don Jackson’s team won 5-2 in Cologne, celebrating their 15th victory in a row against the Domstadt team. “We forced the people of Cologne to make mistakes, which we punished coldly,” said EHC attacker John-Jason Peterka at Magentasport. The Cologne team got off to a tailor-made start. After only 43 seconds, Jan-Luca Sennhenn overcame EHC goalkeeper Danny from the birches with his first DEL goal. Then an even game developed in which the sharks had the better chances, but the birches were there.
The Munich team competed without captain Patrick Hager, who was injured in a 9-2 win against Krefeld on Monday. In Cologne, Mark Voakes was injured in the starting third. At the beginning of the middle third, the Munich team turned the game within 42 seconds. First Frank Mauer hit the counterattack, then Trevor Parkes scored the 2-1. The Cologne answer was again only 35 seconds long, Jason Akeson overcame out of the birch trees with a precise shot to 2: 2 (23rd). After a short light outage in the Cologne arena, Munich set the end in the turbulent middle third: Yasin Ehliz scored 3: 2 (36th) after good preparatory work by defender Konrad Abeltshauser. “It goes up and down, there are many opportunities, everything is included,” said Ehliz. Ethan Prow (50th) and Maximilian Kastner (60th, empty goal) then made the decision.