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Mannheim makes it four in a row
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Oktober 6, 2004; 01:10
Mannheim makes it four in a row
Ingolstadt and Cologne also record wins in Tuesday night action
Frank Johne

Eduard Lewandowski of the Kolner Haie was drafted by the Phoenix Coyotes last year
Eddy Lewandowski leads Cologne in scoring with 4G and 3A

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Munich, Germany - The German Elite League's top teams keep rolling. While Nürnberg was idle, Mannheim, Ingolstadt and Cologne all won their respective games in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL) Tuesday night.

Former NHLer Rene Corbet is in his fourth DEL year with Adler Mannheim
René Corbet's lucky game-winner secured Mannheim's 4th win in a row
Leading DEL Scorers
(as of Feb 19, 2005)

René Corbet notched the game-winning goal with 7:06 left to lift the Mannheim Adler to a lucky 3-2 (0-0, 2-1, 1-1) road win over the Hannover Scorpions. Mannheim has won four straight games. The game was tight until the end. Hanover twice erased a one-goal deficit. Fredrik Öberg and Patrik Augusta each had a goal and an assist for the Scorpions. Steve Kelly (short-handed) and Andy Delmore tallied for the Adler.

Marco Sturm led the way with a goal and an assist as ERC Ingolstadt handed the Krefeld Pinguine their third straight loss, winning 3-1 (2-0, 1-0, 0-1) at home. Martin Jiranek scored from the slot to give Ingolstadt the lead on a power-play goal 5:48 into the contest. Günther Oswald doubled the lead to 2-0 with 1:25 left in the opening frame. Marco Sturm's fifth goal of the season put the game out of reach late in the second period. He scored on a short-handed odd-man rush with Glen Goodall and Jakub Ficenec. A power-play tally from Krefeld's Alexander Selivanov spoiled Jimmy Waite's shutout bid with 9:53 to go.

ERCI defenseman Chris Armstrong left the game after twenty minutes with a knee injury. He will undergo further examination.

Defenseman Stephané Julien scored on the power-play and also assisted on Eduard Lewandowski's game-winner at 12:33 of the second period as the Kölner Haie edged the Iserlohn Roosters 2-1 (0-0, 2-0, 0-1) at home. Martin Knold tallied Iserlohn's lone goal at the start of the third period. He converted a feed from Mike York on the power-play to dash Chris Rogles' hopes for a shutout.
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