Munich wants to reach the semi-finals
The EHC Red Bull Munich can reach the semi-finals with a win over Bremerhaven. Two other DEL teams have also reached the semi-finals. .
The EHC Red Bull Munich can make it to the semi-finals on Friday against the outsider Fischtown Penguins Bremerhaven (from 19.15 LIVE on TV on SPORT1).
In the best-of-seven series, the Munich team is leading 3:1. After a surprising opening bankruptcy, the favourite finally won three games in a row (The Playoffs’ Schedule).
With a 5-2 win in their fourth game, the Munich-based team only needs one more victory to reach the semi-finals. However, Munich captain Michael Wolf warns of too much serenity on the club’s homepage: “All games have been tight so far, so we’re not through yet”.
In their fourth game, Munich were trailing in the beginning, before Brooks Macek brought the defending champion back into the match with a double.
In addition, Berlin’s polar bears can make it to the semi-finals against Grizzly’s Wolfsburg on Friday (from 7.30 p.m. in the LIVETICKER) “We did a good job,” said Berlin coach Uwe Krupp after the 3:1 in game four with Grizzlys.
With an away win against the ERC Ingolstadt, the Adler Mannheim are also in the semi-finals (from 7.30 pm in the LIVETICKER). The duel between the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers and the Cologne sharks is closer (from 7.30 pm in the LIVETICKER). In the series between the Franconians and the Rhinelanders it’s 2:2.
In the last two seasons, the Munich-based team won the championship.