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Mannheim’s wolf: “Play on a pond too”

Mannheim (dpa/lsw) – The Olympic silver medalist David Wolf takes the potentially explosive evasion of the Kölner Haie in a possible sixth quarter-final against the Adler Mannheim to Krefeld with humor. “It’s playoffs – I’ll also play on a pond if I have to,” joked the Mannheim national ice hockey striker before the first of seven possible quarter-finals on Tuesday evening (7:30 p.m.) against Cologne.

The background is that the Kölner Haie would have to play a possible sixth quarter-final duel with the Rhenish rival Krefeld Pinguine from the DEL2. Pop singer Helene Fischer will be performing on March 26 in the Cologne homestead, which can seat almost 19,000 spectators.

“I play 56 preliminary round games for a placement. When it comes to the playoffs, I can also put on the inliners and then we’ll turn the thing off in the parking lot,” said Wolf on Monday with a smile and said self-confidently: “I think so that we come off the ice as winners.”

The Adler started the playoffs in third place, the Kölner Haie finished sixth in the preliminary round of the German Ice Hockey League. However, Mannheim lost three of four duels in the main round against Cologne.

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