Next home game, next derby: Munich hosts Nuremberg
TUE, 24.01.2023
Next home game, next derby: Munich hosts Nuremberg// DEL - PREVIEWThe next derby is scheduled for Tuesday at the Olympia Eisstadion, this time against the Nuremberg Ice Tigers (7:30 p.m. | LIVE in our blog).
The match between Upper Bavaria and Middle Franconia is being played for the third time this season. The record so far is even, with the visitors winning each time. Our Red Bulls want to take the momentum from the prestigious win against Ingolstadt with them on Tuesday night and defeat their second Bavarian rivals in two days.
Highlights: Nürnberg Ice Tigers vs. Red Bull München (02.12.2022)
For the home game against the Ice Tigers, we are offering you a special after-work deal. If you come to the ice stadium with your work colleagues, you wFor the home game against the Ice Tigers, we are offering you a special after-work deal. If you come to the ice stadium with your work colleagues, you will receive a 10 percent discount on your tickets. Secure your tickets for your office team now (bookable for five or more people). You'll also receive one free drink per person.
The competition in the rearview mirror
"We wanted to strike back in front of our home crowd after the defeat against Mannheim. We succeeded," said Ben Street after the 3:2 in the top match against Ingolstadt. The forward contributed a dream goal to the derby win. "The win against Ingolstadt was important - also with a view to the table," Street continued. Against Nuremberg, the league leader is aiming for its 33rd win in this PENNY DEL season.
Highlights: Red Bull München vs. ERC Ingolstadt (22.01.2023)
Ice Tigers can surprise
Our opponent Nuremberg starts the duel from eleventh place in the table. Nevertheless, the Ice Tigers are always good for surprises. The Franconians were also recently in action against Mannheim and Ingolstadt.
Like our boys, coach Tom Rowe's team took three points from these two games: The 2:0 win against the Eagles was followed by a clear 0:6 at the Panthers. The Ice Tigers can still be satisfied with their start to the calendar year, as only five teams have a better point average in 2023.
Treutle, Weber, Reimer - Nuremberg axis is in place
With Niklas Treutle in goal (catch rate: 90.5 percent), strong defenders like Marcus Weber or the forward line around scorer Gregor MacLeod (37 scorer points) and captain Patrick Reimer, the Ice Tigers are well positioned. Also important: Daniel Schmölz. When the German national striker approaches the goal, caution is called for.
Schmölz has already scored 14 times. He therefore leads the internal scoring list together with Dane Fox. In the two season duels against our guys, Schmölz has gone empty-handed - and that's how it should stay.
DEL-balance against Nuremberg
Wins: 29
Defeats: 21
Win ratio: 58 percent
Goal differential: 173:131
Last ten games: S S S S N S S N S
Last ten home games: S S S S N S S S S N
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