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Haie rally, move into 1st place
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Oktober 26, 2004; 23:43
Haie rally, move into 1st place
Nuremberg records 4th straight win
Frank Johne

Nuremberg's team-leading scorer, defenseman Pascal Trepanier
 
Defender Pascal Trepanier leads the Tigers in scoring with 18 points

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Munich, Germany - The Kölner Haie needed a third-period rally to keep their home unbeaten streak alive against the resurgent Krefeld Pinguine. Tuesday night's win lifted the Haie to the top of the DEL standings. In the only other game, the Nürnberg Ice Tigers extended their current win streak to four games.
 

Defenseman Stephane Julien of the Kolner Sharks
Stephané Julien's goal lifted the Haie over the Pens
Leading DEL Scorers
(as of Feb 19, 2005)

Defensemen Mirko Lüdemann and Stephane Julien scored third-period goals as the Kölner Haie rallied for a 4-3 (2-1, 0-2, 2-0) win over the Krefeld Pinguine to remain a perfect 7-0 at KölnArena. Steve Brulé scored twice in the middle frame to put the Penguins up 3-2 after fourty minutes. But the Haie put on a poised rally. A short-handed goal evened the score, 3-3, 5:10 into the third. With Haie forward Colin Beardsmore in the penalty box, smart passing from Eduard Lewandowski and Tino Boos set up Lüdemann for the game-tying goal. Cologne kept pressing and cashed in on a power-play opportunity of their own when Julien ripped a mighty point shot high past Pens goalie Robert Müller at 9:21 for the eventual game-winner.

San Jose Sharks draftee Thomas Greiss, who started the game for the Haie, allowed three goals on 21 shots. With his team trailing 3-2, he was replaced by regular starter Chris Rogles at the start of the final period. Rogles posted a shutout period, making nine saves.

Team-leading scorer Pascal Trepanier tallied the game-winner and an assist as the Nürnberg Ice Tigers skated to their fourth straight win, beating the Hannover Scorpions in a lop-sided game, 4-1 (2-0, 1-0, 1-1) on the road. Nuremberg went 3-for-5 on the man advantage. Nuremberg was up 2-0 after one period after power-play tallies by Tomas Martinec and Trepanier. Petr Fical extended the lead to 3-0 midway through the second. Hanover's Patrik Augusta spoiled Adam Svoboda's bid for his second shutout of the season with a power-play goal early in the third before Sean Tallaire capped the scoring with another Ice Tigers power-play tally with under two minutes to go.
Frank Johne

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