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Live from 3:30 p.m.: Black Wings are guests in Graz

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After four home games in a row, the Steinbach Black Wings have to play away again in Graz before the national team break. And the people of Linz still have a bone to pick with the Styrians. Because the 0:4 home defeat against Murstadt was not only the highest defeat of the season for Linz, but also serves as a motivational boost for Upper Austria today. Even if the word revenge never crossed their lips in the interviews after the game on Friday.

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“It’s a new game, a new task and we have to play our game. We played well against Salzburg and held on. Salzburg were just a bit more consistent in the game,” said striker Jakob Mitsch in the dressing room. Defender Raphael Wolf saw it the same way: “I think we were close, but the target didn’t crack for us and so it wasn’t enough to win. We want to win again against Graz. We’re looking forward to the game. “

After the 5-2 defeat against Salzburg against a backdrop reminiscent of old times, Patrick S√∂llinger was voted Man of the Match. And for the second time in his young career. The 18-year-old praised the quality of Salzburg and the good atmosphere in the hall. “We have to keep fighting and give our best. ‘Turn the page’ is what we call it. And if we work that hard again, we can win in Graz too.”

The other games on Sunday:

  • HCB South Tyrol – Red Bull Salzburg (4 p.m.)
  • Graz 99ers – Black Wings Linz (4.30 p.m.)
  • Asiago Hockey – HC Pustertal (5.30 p.m.)
  • Klagenfurter AC – Vienna Capitals (5.30 p.m.)
  • Villacher SV – HK Olimpija Ljubljana (17.30)

Source: Nachrichten

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