Feldkirch, Zell and Lustenau with wins on Saturday

Sonntag, 06.November 2016 - 7:44
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EK Zeller Eisbären won a goal-festival vs. Red Bull Hockey Juniors on Saturday with 6:4, Tobias Dinhopel scored four goals for the Polar Bears! FBI VEU Feldkirch decided the derby vs. EC Bregenzerwald with two goals in the last period. Besides EHC Alge Elastic Lustenau was on Fire against EC "Die Adler" Stadtwerke Kitzbühel and made a jump forward in the ranking to place 2. FBI VEU Feldkirch – EC Bregenzerwald 4:2 Against EC Bregenzerwald FBI VEU Feldkirch searched their luck in the offense! It also did not take long and the pressure paid off: Christoph Draschkowitz was free in front of the net and scored the lead for his team already in minute 3. Just moments later Daniel Fekete made the 2:0. EC Bregenzerwald quickly answered with the 1:2 from Christian Haidinger. The hosts stayed unimpressed and were the chief on the ice, but could not extend their lead in period 1. After the re-start the „Wälder“ returned strong on the ice. The guests pressured now for the equalizer, which Scott Nordh finally scored. The last period started with a strong VEU, that took the lead again thanks a goal from Smail Samardzic – 3:2. The „Wälder“ tried to answer quickly, but failed to beat goalie Bernhard Bock. The time run now for Feldkirch, that finally decided the game with an empty-net-goal from Martin Mairititsch. EK Zeller Eisbären – Red Bull Hockey Juniors 6:4 Tobias Dinhopel was on Fire against Red Bull Hockey Juniors! In minute 7 the Forward finished a combination over Scholz and Widen for the lead. The guests answered in minute 17, Maximilian Egger beat goalie Lukas Schluderbacher in a fast game for the equalizer. In period 2 Christoph Herzog scored the lead again for EK Zeller Eisbären. Period 3 started perfect for the Polar Bears: Already after 27 seconds Tobi Dinhopel extended the lead to 3:1. Salzburg quickly answered with the 2:3. The hosts then played more aggressive. The Mozart Citizens had problems with that and still did not get under control Tobias Dinhopel, who extended the lead for the Polar Bears with his goals number 3 and 4 in the game within 168 seconds from 3:2 to 5:2. The Red Bull Hockey Juniors did not give up and came back into the game thanks goals from Patrik Kittinger and Lukas Kainz late in the last period. But when the guests took full risk in the final minutes, Jan Kolar could fix the win for EK Zeller Eisbären with an empty net goal – 6:4. Man of the match was Tobias Dinhopel with four goals! EC „Die Adler“ Stadtwerke Kitzbühel – EHC Alge Elastic Lustenau 1:5 The two teams showed a fast and good game. Already in minute four EHC Alge Elastic Lustenau took advantage from the first Power Play of the game in Kitzbühel and 45 seconds before the end of period 1 it was again Max Wilfan, who extended the lead for the Lions. Also after the re-start the guests from Lustenau were the chiefs on the ice and quickly were rewarded with the 3:0 from Johannes Lins. The Eagles did not give up. Finally in minute 36 Johan Burlin gave his team some hope again. But Lustenau did not let the Eagles back into the game anymore. The Lions had the game clearly under control in the last 20 minutes and even added two more goals from Thomas Winkler and Fabio Schramm. SKY Alps Hockey League, round 13: Sat, 05.11.2016: FBI VEU Feldkirch – EC Bregenzerwald 4:2 (2:1,0:1,2:0) Referees: LAZZERI/MOSCHEN; spectators: 2.634 GoalsVEU: Draschkowitz (3.), Fekete (5.), Samardzic (46.), Mairitsch (60./EN) Goals ECB: Haidinger (6.), Nordh (32.) Sat, 05.11.2016: EC „Die Adler“ Stadtwerke Kitzbühel – EHC Alge Elastic Lustenau 1:5 (0:2,1:1,0:2) Referees: BULOVEC/WALLNER; spectators: 575 Goals KEC: Burlin (36./pp2) Goals EHC: Wilfan (4./pp, 20.), Lins (25.), Winkler (50.), Schramm (59.) Sat, 05.11.2016: EK Zeller Eisbären –Red Bull Hockey Juniors 6:4 (1:1,1:0,4:3) Referees: BENVEGNU/RUETZ; spectators: 1.313 Goals EKZ: T. Dinhopel (7./pp, 41., 45., 48.), Herzog (35.), Kolar (60./SH/EN) Goals RBJ: Egger (17./pp), Blüml (42.), Kittinger (54./pp2), Kainz (59.)

Quelle: red/Erste Bank Eishockey Liga