Köln invades Berlin, Mannheim and Ingolstadt are still sinking

Köln invades Berlin, Mannheim and Ingolstadt are still sinking

Marco Meneghetti12 Oct 2015Marco Meneghetti»
 

All the DEL action from yesterday's games.

 
 
 
 

Another entertaining matchday has finished, and the DEL goes on with some interesting developments.

Straubing, after a 3-1 loss against Hamburg, has to cede again the top of the table, while Nuremberg can reach the number one spot again: the derby against Munich was indeed successful for the Franconians, who won 4-1 but still have to worry about two new faces on the podium: Kölner Haie and the Iserlohn Roosters, who both won yesterday. The Sharks from Cologne literally submerged Berlin under a rain of scores, winning 6-1 at home, while Iserlohn conquered the rink in Wolfsburg 4-2. Both the teams from North Rhine Westphalia have a game less to be counted, though, so that their future matches will be decisive for the destiny of the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers at the top of the league.

Still a bad day for Mannheim and Ingolstadt: both last year's finalists lost against Krefeld Pinguine and Düsseldorfer EG respectively. Mannheim is now eleventh, while Ingolstadt sank directly to the thirteenth position, with a negative record of 3-1-6.

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