sends “Team all intact” Coach advance. All players are fit and ready to play, only David Reinbacher is still not sure if he can play with his specially designed rail. In addition, Bernd Wolf has a bruise after hitting the bar against the United States and Dominique Zwerger has a foot injury. “Reinbacher was on the ice for the first time today. Bernd Wolf has a sore bruise, so we have to see from day to day if it’s okay. We even had to see if Zwerger’s foot broke after the game. Fortunately, this Not a case case, whether it can still play open, “he reveals Roger Bader.
In the German camp, NHL star Leon Draistel is clearly not going to come to Finland. The seventh World Cup of 2022 is currently with zero points, after every strong performance, Sweden 0: 1, Finland 3: 4 and the United States 2: 3 had to admit defeat. Roger Bader: “The situation for Germany is difficult because they played really well three times and they could have scored points. And it was worth it. Now come the games they think they have to win. They are safe against Denmark and against us. Under a little pressure. I definitely think I have a chance, though.” “That they are favourites. We need the best match and then we can do something. We’ve been able to improve game by game so far and after that I hope one day luck will be on our side.”
In preparation for the World Cup, they played two friendlies against Germany, once losing 2-0 and winning 3-2 after a penalty shootout. It was the 79th duel so far, including matches against East and West Germany, which means that tomorrow will be the anniversary match.
Less than 24 hours later you meet hosts Finland. The latter suffered a 4-1 defeat against the United States at first, beat Germany 4-3, lost 2-1 to Sweden on penalties, and finally beat France 5-3. “The Finns have the attributes that they get better as the tournament progresses and they improve from match to match. They have a bit of a slow start habit. In the end, they are very likely to be in the final again,” her analysis Roger Bader World Cup off to the defending champion, who has countless players in his ranks who have contributed to great success with two World Cup golds (2019 and 2022) and Olympic gold (2022) in recent years.
The last meeting was almost a year ago, on May 21, 2022, here in Tampere for the World Cup. At that time they lost 0: 3. It was also, like this year, the last match before the decisive duel for relegation with Great Britain. This time the final opponent is called Hungary. The eternal stats show two draws and 14 defeats in 16 matches.
86th IIHF World Ice Hockey Championships
May 12, 2023 – May 28, 2023, Tampere (Finland) and Riga (lat.)
The first group is Tampere: Finland, USA, Sweden, Germany, Denmark, France, Austria, Hungary
The second group, Riga: Canada, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Slovakia, Latvia, Norway, Kazakhstan, Slovenia
The date and time refer to our country’s time zone, and the local time is appended in brackets.
Austria versus Germany
Friday, May 19, 2023 7:20 PM (8:20 PM)
Live broadcast on ORF SPORT +
Austria vs Finland
Saturday 20 May 2023 3:20 PM (4:20 PM)
It lives on ORF1 (Highlights at 10:15pm on ORF SPORT+)
Austria versus Hungary
Monday, May 22, 2023, 7:20 PM (8:20 PM)
Live broadcast on ORF SPORT +
France vs Austria 2: 1 (1: 0, 0: 0, 0: 1, 1: 0)
Saturday, May 13, 2023 at 11:20 AM (12:20 PM local time)
France scorers: Tim Bozon (20th / PP1), Sacha Treille (61st / PP1)
Austria’s top scorer: Thomas Ravel (47./PP1)
Sweden vs Austria 5: 0 (1: 0, 2: 0, 2: 0)
Sunday, May 14, 2023, 7:20 PM (8:20 PM)
Sweden scorers: Bar Lindholm (4th), Marcus Sorensen (27th), Patrick Nemeth (39th), Leo Carlsson (52nd), Dennis Everberg (54th)
Denmark – Austria 6: 2 (1: 0, 1: 1, 4: 1)
Tuesday, May 16, 2023 3:20 PM (4:20 PM)
Denmark’s top scorer: Nikolai Ellers (10th), Niklas Andersen (34), Jesper Jensen Abo (47), Niklas Jensen (52 / PP1), Matthias Lassen (54), Patrick Russell (58)
Top scorers Austria: Thomas Ravel (28 / PP1), Peter Schneider (49)
USA vs Austria 4: 1 (0: 0.2: 1.2: 0)
Wednesday, May 17, 2023 3:20 PM (4:20 PM)
US scorers: Rocco Grimaldi (28), Carter Mazur (39), Lynn Hutson (44), Nick Berbix (58 / EN)
Austria’s top scorer: Thomas Ravel (38./PP1)
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