(Bayernliga-Germering) Die Mannschaft von Trainer Alfred Weindl wächst weiter. Matthias Götz geht in seine vierte Saison im Wanderers-Trikot.
(Interview) Former star forward of the NHL Dany Heatley signed with the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers , playing in Germany´s Elite League DEL. Birgit Eiblmaier from eishockey-online.com met Dany Heatley for an interview.
(Interview) Colin Fraser has played 9 seasons in the National Hockey League and 6 seasons in the American Hockey League for several Hockeyteams (Chicago Blackhawks, Edmonoton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues) before he signed to Germany to the DEL Club of Nueremberg.
(Women´s Hockey Life - Lauren Barnes) December and January have been very busy months for me! We only had one game in December, which left time for some travel, especially since Tracy’s knee was starting to heal and she was a bit more mobile! We decided to go to Prague, which is only a bus ride away rather than a plane ride.
The fastest team sport of the world is known to be the sport of ice hockey. In freezing temperatures the ice skates crunch on the ice and well-built men crash into each other, at high speeds bringing the boards to shake. The game is played exclusively in the winter months, but what about when there is actually no real winter in the city with a hockey team?
(Women´s Hockey Life - Lauren Barnes) November was a slower moving month. We were not able to travel this month due to Tracy’s knee injury but we are planning a trip for December, so we have that to look forward to! Our team played 6 games this month, leaving for one off weekend.
(Women´s Hockey Life - Lauren Barnes) October, or Oktober in German, was definitely a fun month! Oktoberfest to be exact was one of my fondest experiences this month. We luckily had an off weekend the last weekend that Oktoberfest was going on. It wasn’t the nicest day out so wearing my dirndl got a little chilly but it was so much fun wearing the German attire and just being like one of the locals, until I tried to speak German and it was immediately apparent that I was a foreigner again, haha!
eishockey-online.com Reporter Angie Breuer made an interview with the Goaltender of the AHL Club Lehigh Valley Phantoms after he had his first game last week.
(Women´s Hockey Life - Lauren Barnes) My journey started with my flight out to Germany on September 8th. This is my first time ever flying to Europe so I was expecting the flight to be pretty grueling. The flight turned out not that bad! It was a 9-hour flight, which departed at 6:40 pm from Minneapolis. The airplane was equipped with TVs in every seat so I was able to watch a couple movies to keep myself entertained. This was also my first flight I have been on where there were meals served! We received a pasta dish with a roll and potato salad for dinner, and then we received breakfast as well since it was going to be around 10:00 am when I landed in Frankfurt, Germany.
Today we present an interview with the forward Ryan Duncan. Last season he played for the DEL team Red Bull Munich and this season h will be playing for Red Bull Salzburg. eishockey-online.com Reporter Mathias Funk met Ryan Duncan in Salzburg.
As many of you know our family left Tuesday morning and I wanted to take a few minutes to express our gratitude. Unfortunately we could not stay longer as I must start work this week and Riley has agreed to join me to watch over Peyton while I work out of town, instead of staying in Landshut to celebrate the season along with the remainder of his team.
I hope you have all been enjoying 2014 so far and following through with your New Years resolutions, if that’s your thing. I think if I were the type to set a resolution mine would have been no more phones in the bed. I would say 90% of the time when we go to bed, we lie down and immediately start looking at Facebook or YouTube, and it’s ridiculous.