In the picture from left: Philip Riefers, Fritz von Maltzahn and Martin Kern (both company “Reginarate”, Alexander Weiß and Tom-Eric Bappert.
There was no longer any sign of disappointment or melancholy at the sponsors’ evening of the Krefeld Pinguine in the “Reginerate” gin distillery, on the contrary. The ten-strong office team, which now has more staff than ever before, exuded a kind of spirit of optimism, which was well received by the guests.
Three players were also present, who are also confident about the first season of the black and yellow in the DEL 2. This included a new signing in Philip Riefers, who is returning to his ice hockey roots at home. “I’m happy to be able to play for my hometown again. I learned to play ice hockey here on Westparkstrasse and I always enjoy being here. For me, the sporting aspect with the aim of playing for promotion back to the DEL is very interesting. The penguins want to get back to the top and I want to help my youth club with that. I had my first DEL experience here as a young player. Now I’m looking forward to taking on more responsibility in the team in a leadership role,” said the defender.