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“Three goals agreed – this is a lot against Great Britain”

Grossman: “I hope to bring home the Swiss gold medal”

Switzerland easily qualifies for the quarterfinals of the Ice Hockey World Championships. Robin Grossman makes the most positive decision of the group stage performances, and also trusts Patrick Fischer’s team to win the title.


Although the performance against Great Britain was not perfect, Switzerland easily mastered the last hurdle at the group stage. Robin Grossman with an analysis of the last preliminary round appearance of the ice comrade.

Particularly offensive, Patrick Fischer’s team showed their prowess in the final group game against blatant foreigner Great Britain. “The Swiss themselves created a lot of chances. They had 50 shots on goal,” Robin Grossman said in an interview with the “Blue Game”.

The fact that there are only three goals at the end of the day is mainly due to some negligence on the part of the defense. Trained defender Grossman makes this clear: “Three goals conceded is a bit of a shame – there’s a lot of it in the game against Great Britain”.

Nevertheless, Grossman’s early round result was very positive: “You played on a good team stage. The results achieved are very good. There was a setback with 0: 7 against Sweden, but it was a day to cut it. Otherwise it is a very solid performance of the whole team. “

So the 33-year-old has high hopes for his professional colleagues for the upcoming knockout stage: “It’s like studying the coffee grounds. But I think the final is definitely possible. I hope to be able to bring home the Swiss gold medal this year. “

Robin Grossman

Robin Grossman, 33, was arrested in 2008 by H.C. He started his ice hockey career in Cloton before moving to Davos, for which he played for six years. He later signed with EV Suk, now H.C. He was with Lausanne for three years. Grossman played in four World Cups and, when he won the silver medal in 2013, wore the Swiss national team jersey exactly 100 times.

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