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Mannheim bounces back from scoreless weekend
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Februar 2, 2003; 00:42
Mannheim bounces back from scoreless weekend
Schwenningen files for insolvency - DEL’s all-time leading scorer back in action
Frank Johne

 
Back after a nine-month absence: 41-year-old forward Mike Bullard

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Munich, Germany - With the league heading into a 10-day All-Star break, Nuremberg continues to be the hottest team in the DEL. The Ice Tigers capped an undefeated month of January with their ninth straight win Friday night. In Schwenningen, the DEL’s all-time leading scorer, 41-year-old Mike Bullard returned to DEL action after a nine-month absence. Off the ice, the last-place Wild Wings had to file for insolvency.
 

Second shutout of the season: Mannheim’s Mike Rosati
Leading DEL Scorers
(as of Feb 19, 2005)

The third-place Mannheim Adler bounced back from back-to-back shutout losses. A big opening period was enough to keep the Krefeld Pinguine at bay on the road. Behind powerplay tallies from Nick Naumenko and Rene Corbet and a goal from Steve Junker, the Adler jumped out to a three-goal lead at the first intermission. Mike Rosati recorded his second shutout of the season as the Adler held on for a 3-0 (3-0, 0-0, 0-0) win.

Rob Guillet, Chris Luongo, Thomas Greilinger and Terry Yake each had a goal as the Nürnberg Ice Tigers extended their win streak to nine games, downing the hapless Hannover Scorpions on the road, 4-1 (1-0, 2-1, 1-0).

Goals from Shane Peacock and Tino Boos gave the second-place Kölner Haie a rather easy 2-0 (0-0, 1-0, 1-0) road win over the Augsburger Panther, who were shut out at home for the sixth time this season.

Trefilov records fourth shutout

Daniel Kreutzer scored a powerplay goal with five minutes to go in the second and Matthias Hart added a tally midway through the third as the fourth-place Düsseldorfer EG Metro Stars blanked ERC Ingolstadt 2-0 (0-0, 1-0, 1-0). DEG goalie Andrej Trefilov registered his fourth shutout of the season, Ingolstadt’s Mike Bales turned aside 33 of 35 shots.

Pat Mikesch converted the game-winning attempt as the Kassel Huskies defeated the Frankfurt Lions 4-3 (1-1, 2-1, 0-1, 1-0) after penalty shootout. Kassel had the lead three times, but failed to put the game away. Stephane Robitaille and defenseman Lars Jansson each scored on two-man powerplay advantages for the Huskies.

Wild Wings bring back Bullard, file for insolvency

41-year-old Mike Bullard, the DEL’s all-time leading scorer with 499 points in 445 games, made no impact in his comeback for the Schwenninger Wild Wings. Bullard, who started his pro career in 1980/81 and played in over 700 NHL games during the 1980’s, had moved down to Division 2 last summer. Chris Bartolone and Christian Hommel scored first-period goals as the Iserlohn Roosters hung on to beat the Wings 2-1 (2-0, 0-0, 0-1) on the road. Off the ice, the financially troubled Wild Wings had to file for insolvency, a move that had been expected for several weeks. Nonetheless, the club hopes to finish the season without withdrawing the team.
Frank Johne

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