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Rogles, Haie shut out Ingolstadt
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Oktober 19, 2004; 00:03
Rogles, Haie shut out Ingolstadt
Tigers upset Eisbaren on the road - First win for Goring in Dusseldorf
Frank Johne

Brandon Reid of the Hamburg Freezers
 
Brandon Reid's goal lifted Hamburg over Krefeld

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Munich, Germany - The Mannheim Adler continued their domination of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL) Sunday. Cristobal Huet's goal-tending was key in a hard-fought win over expansion team Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg. Goalies were also in the spotlight in Cologne where the Kölner Haie and ERC Ingolstadt battled for second place in the standings.
 

Haie netminder Chris Rogles earned his 25th career DEL shutout
Cologne's Chris Rogles recorded his first shutout of the season, increasing his DEL career total to 25
Leading DEL Scorers
(as of Feb 19, 2005)

Chris Rogles made 26 saves for his first shutout as the Kölner Haie earned their fifth straight home win with a 2-0 (0-0, 1-0, 1-0) blanking of ERC Ingolstadt. A second-period power-play tally made the difference in a battle of two defensive minded teams. With 3:08 to go in the middle frame, Alex Hicks re-directed Brad Schlegel's wrist shot from the right point past screened ERC goalie Jimmy Waite for the eventual game-winner. Dave McLlwain sealed the win with an empty-net goal seven seconds before the final buzzer.

Mannheim defeats Wolfsburg

Thomas Greilinger scored a goal and an assist as the Mannheim Adler recorded their eighth straight victory, downing expansion Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg after a tough battle, 4-1 (0-0, 4-0, 0-1) on home ice. Wolfsburg, which outshot Mannheim 36-33 over three periods, dominated the game in the early going but was denied again and again by outstanding Adler netminder Cristobal Huet, who had 35 saves on the night. Mannheim took control in the second stanza. Derek Plante knocked home the rebound after a shot by Greilinger had hit the post to put the "Eagles" up 1-0 at 3:01 of the second. Mannheim doubled the lead when a wrist shot from Markus Kink found its way past former Adler netminder Marc Seliger midway through the period. Andy Delmore put the game out of reach, 3-0, at 13:01, on a solo effort on the man advantage. Greilinger added on to the lead with another power-play tally three minutes later. Ladislav Karabin spoiled Huet's shutout bid with a screened shot 8:00 from the final horn.

Nuremberg ends Berlin's streak

Latvian Haralds Vasiljevs tallied the game-winner and an assist as the Nürnberg Ice Tigers shut out the Berlin Eisbären on the road 2-0 (2-0, 0-0, 0-0), ending Berlin's four-game winning streak. Tigers goaltender Adam Svoboda stopped 20 shots for his first career DEL shutout. Nuremberg went up 2-0 in the first period and Berlin never recovered. Both teams struggled on the man advantage: Berlin went 0-for-7, Nuremberg 0-for-6. Vasiljevs put the Tigers ahead 1-0 at 9:09 of the opening frame, scoring on an odd-man rush with Drew Bannister just seconds after a penalty against Berlin's Stefan Ustorf had expired. Nuremberg doubled the lead in the final minute of the first. Off Vasiljevs face-off win, defenseman Stefan Schauer ripped a shot past Oliver Jonas to make it 2-0.

First win for Goring

Matt Herr led the way with a pair of goals, including the eventual game-winner at 18:19 of the second period, as the Düsseldorfer EG Metro Stars recorded their first win under new head coach Butch Goring, holding on for a 5-3 (2-1, 2-0, 1-2) win over the Augsburger Panther. It also marked Düsseldorf's first home win of the season.

Hamburg's top-scorer Reid scores lone goal

Brandon Reid scored the only goal of the night as the Hamburg Freezers blanked the Krefeld Pinguine 1-0 (0-0, 1-0, 0-0) on the road. The goal occurred just 17 seconds into the middle frame when Penguins goalie Robert Müller mishandled a point shot from Shane Peacock and Reid tucked home the rebound. Boris Rousson's goaltending was instrumental in the win. Rousson made 35 saves on the night for his second shutout of the season. At 29 career DEL shutouts, the Canadian is only two shy of the all-time best of 31, set by former Adler Mannheim goalie Mike Rosati.

York, Knold have 3-assist nights in Iserlohn's win

Mike York led the way with a goal and two assists and defenseman Martin Knold recorded three assists as the Iserlohn Roosters skated past the Hannover Scorpions, 4-1 (1-0, 2-1, 1-0) at home. While Iserlohn ended a three-game losing skid, Hanover has lost four straight. Sven Gerbig, Bryan Adams and Kevin Mitchell also scored for the Roosters. The Scorpions outshot the Roosters 38-21, but failed to get the puck past goalie Dimitrij Kotschnew, who made 37 saves on the night. René Röthke scored Hanover's only tally.

Lebeau lifts Frankfurt over Kassel

The Kassel Huskies squandered 3-0 and 4-2 leads and lost to the Frankfurt Lions on the road, 5-4 (0-1, 2-2, 2-1, 1-0) after penalty shootout. Christian Hommel gave Kassel a 4-2 lead early in the final period, but the Lions put on a rally. Christian Kohmann at 8:17 and Andrej Strakhov at 12:22 each tallied their first goals of the season to send the contest to the shootout. Defenseman Francois Bouchard assisted on both goals and finished with three assists on the night. Pat Lebeau was credited with the game-winning penalty conversion.
Frank Johne

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