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DEUTSCHE EISHOCKEY LIGA
PLAYOFFS
Finals Best-of-5
April 15, 2006
#1 Berlin Eisbären 2-0
@ #3 DEG Metro Stars
Berlin leads 2-0
PLAYDOWNS
Relegation, Best-of-7
March 17, 2006
#14 Duisburg Füchse 6-3
@ #13 Kassel Huskies
Dusiburg leads 1-0
Games in progress: Click here for live scoring @ www.del.org

W-OTW-RT-L

Pts

Strk

1

Berlin

29-5-3-15

100

-
2 Ingolstadt 30-3-2-17 98 -
3 Düsseldorf 26-4-7-15 93 -
4 Nürnberg 26-2-9-15 91 -
5 Köln 24-6-5-17 89 -
6 Hamburg 21-8-6-17 85 -
7 Hannover 21-7-7-17 84 -
8 Krefeld 19-9-4-20 79 -
9 Frankfurt 18-5-6-23 70 -
10 Mannheim 19-4-3-26 68 -
11 Iserlohn 18-3-5-26 65 -
12 Augsburg 15-5-6-26 61 -
13 Kassel 15-5-3-29 58 -
14 Wolfsburg 12-5-5-30 51 -
Playoff spots: 1-8
Relegation series: 13-14

W = Win (3 points)
OTW = Overtime Win (2 points)
RT = Regulation Tie (1 point)
L = Loss (0 points)


DEL   |   April 26, 2006  home
Pöpperle, Eisbären blank DEG in Game 2
Back-to-back game-winners for Walser - Berlin one win away from 2nd DEL title
By Frank Johne

 

 

Eisbaren goalie Tomas Popperle who will represent the Czech Republic in the 2006 IIHF World Championships
Pöpperle shut the door on the Metro Stars
Czech goaltender Tomas Pöpperle made 23 saves for his first-career DEL postseason shutout as the Berlin Eisbären blanked the DEG Metro Stars 2-0 in Game 2 of the 2006 DEL Finals Saturday. The defending champions now have a 2-0 stranglehold on the best-of-five series and can wrap up their second German title with a home win in Game 3 Monday.

As in Thursday's 6-1 win on home ice, it was again defenseman Derrick Walser who scored the game-winning goal for the Eisbären in front of 10,300 at Düsseldorf's Brehmstrasse Arena. With Stars defender Alex Sulzer in the sin bin for hooking, Walser connected on a point shot to give Berlin a 1-0 lead 3:50 into the contest. Fellow defenseman Deron Quint also tallied on the power-play to double Berlin's lead to 2-0 with 2:26 left in the second period. The Eisbären had a 5-on-3 advantage with Thomas Jörg and Todd Reirden serving minors for holding and hooking, respectively.

While Berlin cashed in on two of its five powerplay opportunities, Düsseldorf went 0-for-5 on the man advantage, including a full two-minute two-man advantage early on.

 

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Pöpperle, Eisbären blank DEG in Game 2 (April 26, 2006)
Game 1: Berlin routs Düsseldorf (April 17, 2006)
Wild finish in Düsseldorf (April 13, 2006)
'Kill Bill' keeps Haie alive (April 13, 2006)
Eisbären move on to Finals (April 8, 2006)
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