Munich’s Red Bull’s won 7:2 at yesterday’s (November 22) match against the Augsburg Panthers in front of 5.649 viewers at the Augsburg Eishalle as part of the 20th round of the regular season. The Red Bulls and the Panthers are two of five Bavarian teams which play at the 14-team-strong DEL (Deutsche Eishockey Liga), the top tier of ice hockey in Germany. The other three teams are the ERC Ingolstadt, the Straubing Tigers and the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers from Nurnberg.
All five Bavarian teams have a chance to get to the play offs, the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers currently hold the third place, the Panthers are at six, the Red Bulls at eight, the Straubing Tigers are thenth, while season 2013/14 champions ERC Ingolstadt are hold place twelve.
At the beginning of the season EHC Red Bull Munich coach Don Jackson said the following about the season’s goals of the Bulls: "We want to be the best team in the main round and the best team in the playoffs. We want to be the best in the Champions Hockey League." He also said: “The EHC Red Bull Munich will win the Championship, because that’s exactly what we train for.” He seems to fit in in Munich.
The Red Bulls play their next home match on Friday, November 27, at 7:30pm at the Olympia-Eisstadion against the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers. Standing tickets cost 18 euros, seated costs 32 euros. You can buy your tickets at muenchenticket.de.