Another “ghost game” – Schwenningen Wild Wings

Wild Wings are expecting Krefeld in the Heliosarena today.

The Wild Wings await the Krefeld Penguins today at 7.30 p.m. in the yawning empty Heliosarena with another “ghost game”. “All DEL games in Bietigheim, Schwenningen and Mannheim will take place in front of empty ranks until further notice,” said the three clubs in a joint statement. In Iserlohn, which is in North Rhine-Westphalia, around 2000 spectators are allowed on Sunday against Schwenningen.

Goalkeeper Joacim Eriksson, who moved between the posts against the Eisbren when the score was 4-0 in the last third for Marvin Cpper, will be in the box against Krefeld from the start. “Joacim is ready, he will help us,” said coach Christof Kreutzer. For the first time after his broken jaw, which he suffered in a 3-2 win in Dsseldorf on November 19, defender Peter Spornberger is back in a point game on the ice. Kreutzer praised the guests from the Rhineland: “They have good and fast players who counterattack quickly.” Top scorer is Jeremy Bracco with 30 points (nine goals / 21 assists). The former Schwenninger Alexander Wei has already scored eight goals this season for Krefeld. On October 1st, the Rhinelanders won 3-1 at the origin of the Neckar. At that time, Krefeld was still bottom of the table. The penguins now occupy the coveted tenth place with 34 points from 26 games. The Wild Wings are 14 with 28 points. On Sunday, 2 pm, the Wild Wings will be guest at the Iserlohn Roosters. With 31 points out of 25 games, they occupy eleventh place.

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