On the trail of talents – Mannheim tomorrow

Mannheim.The names of the exceptional strikers Tim Stützle and John Jason Peterka were on everyone’s lips at the turn of the year among ice hockey fans. Thanks to the strong performances of the dynamic duo, the corona-plagued U-20 national team of the German Ice Hockey Association reached the quarter-finals against Russia (1: 2) at the World Cup in Edmonton. The center forward of this top formation was Florian Elias, who contributed four goals and five assists to the historic success.

Did the 18-year-old Adler Mannheim attacker benefit from Stützle and Peterka? Or did he add value to the parade series? That is a central theme of the new episode of the “Adler-Check”, the ice hockey podcast of “Mannheimer Morgen”. To investigate this question, “MM” sports editor Christian Rotter invited an expert to the recording studio: As an editor at the television station RON TV, Philipp Koehl not only reports regularly on the Adler, but is also a recognized expert on German youth ice hockey. He has already proven this several times in the “EiszeitFM” podcast with his colleague Sven Metzger.

Construction sites in the eagle game

The talent show begins at the U-20 World Cup in Edmonton, but it doesn’t end in Canada. Because even with the eagles, who started the DEL season with six wins in six games, the motto is: Jugend forsch

If you feel like ice hockey, the Adler Mannheim and the podcast – great. Anyone interested can download the “Adler-Check” free of charge at morgenweb.de/adler-podcast. The format can also be subscribed to directly there.

The Adler podcast is also available on popular platforms such as Spotify (www.open.spotify.com), Deezer (www.deezer.com), Apple Podcast or Amazon Music (www.amazon.de/music/lp/podcasts) . red

© Mannheimer Morgen, Thursday, January 14th, 2021

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