HCL does well at the start

In his first preparatory game of the season, Oberliga team HC Landsberg made a respectable showing against EV Füssen. Only in the final section was the decision in favour of the favourite at 3:5.

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180 spectators were allowed in the Landsberg ice rink according to the current hygiene concept and they saw a furious start of the Riverkings. US newcomer Hayden Trupp served Adriano Carciola and after just under two minutes it was 1-0 for the hosts. A little later, Trupp scored the next point: He served Maximilian Rass, who increased the score to 2-0.

The guests from the Allgäu, last season's surprise team of the Oberliga Süd, did not lose their temper, however. Besl and former Landsberg player Vogl equalised in the middle third, before Krammer gave HCL another 3-2 lead in the final section. Towards the end of the game, the better-rehearsed routines and the effectiveness and experience of the guests prevailed. The outstanding players Krötz and Stauder turned the game around in favour of Füssen. However, the Landsberg officials were satisfied with their team's performance in the first game.

TSV Landsberg wins a point in Wasserburg

TSV Landsberg returned from their Bayernliga match in Wasserburg with a point that was not necessarily calculated. In the 1:1 (0:0) game at the fourth-placed hosts, coach Weiler's team performed well over long stretches.

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Landsberg, who had to do without Detmar and Schmeiser due to injury, gave the hosts a hard time right from the start and went into counter-pressing very early. The favourite had obvious difficulties with this and hardly had any opportunities at first. After two missed chances on each side, colour came into play in a different way shortly before the break: After losing the ball in midfield, Landsberg's Nikolic came in over-hard, which led Wasserburg's Knauer to an assault. After a brief consultation with the assistants, the referee sent both players off the field with red.

After the change of sides the focus was again on the sporting side. Salemovic served Mulas in Wasserburg's penalty area, who manoeuvred the ball into the goal for Landsberg's not undeserved lead (66.). Even though the hosts managed to equalise after a quick counterattack shortly before the end, Edgar Weiler was not dissatisfied with the score. "Not many teams get points in Wasserburg."

Riverkings take aboard Patrik Rypar

As probably the last new commitment HC Landsberg has signed Patrik Rypar. The 23-year-old striker comes from league rival Höchstadt, but also has DEL2 experience.

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Born in Fürth, Rypar has German and Czech citizenship. He passed through several junior teams of the EHC 80 Nürnberg, but was also trained for two years in the Czech Republic.

At the age of 18 he already played 50 DEL2 games for Bayreuth and then gained experience in the Oberliga in Weiden and Halle. As an attacker at the age of 20 he scored a total of 70 points for the Schweinfurt Mighty Dogs in the Bayernliga 2018/19 - some of them also against the HCL. In the cancelled last season, the left winger scored six goals and 11 assists for the new league rival Höchstadt Alligators.

Several well-known Oberliga clubs were interested in Rypar. The fact that he nevertheless chose the Riverkings was not least due to the fact that they were able to find him an apprenticeship in Landsberg very quickly. For HCL President Frank Kurz it is a win-win situation: "We want players who are talented and in sporting terms ambitious, but still don't lose sight of their professional future. Patrik fulfils exactly these requirements."

In the Oberliga season, which is scheduled to begin on October 16, Rypar will go on the ice with number 24 for the Riverkings.

Charvat stays with HCL - Hygiene concept takes shape

With the contract renewal of Marek Charvat, HC Landsberg has successfully completed an important position in the squad planning for the 2020/21 season. There is also progress on the hygiene concept for the restart.

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Charvat was the Riverkings' best defender in the abandoned season of the Ice Hockey Bayernliga, which was also reflected in 27 scorer points. After the summer break, the 25-year-old Czech now decided to stay with HC Landsberg in the Oberliga. "His qualities will also be very important there," says Vice-President Gerhard Petrussek. "He is well-trained technically and in running skills and he can always set decisive accents in the defense as well as in the offense."

According to President Frank Kurz, good progress is also being made in the "very constructive" negotiations with the City of Landsberg on a hygiene concept for the games in the Landsberg ice rink. Details are to be determined in the near future. Kurz: "It is important that in Landsberg health protection, which is the absolute priority, and the practice of our sport are to be reconciled." According to the current status, ice preparation can begin on September 6th.

TSV significantly strengthened for the future

TSV Landsberg is again reinforcing itself for the rest of the 2019/20 season and at the same time is working on a powerful squad for the future. Now Landsberg has managed to poach Dennis Hoffmann from FC Pipinsried.

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The 29-year-old midfielder, who has now been presented in the 3C-Sportpark, should be a real reinforcement for the Bayernliga football team. He had most recently played with Landsberg returnee Muriz Salemovic at the commanding league leaders in Pipinsried, but in the years before Hoffmann gained experience at FC Memmingen in over 120 Regionalliga games.

Edgar Weiler also played in the same position for a long time. The 30-year-old, who most recently worked as an assistant coach in Bad Grönenbach, will now be the TSV Landsberg players' coach. The previous head coach Sven Kresin will support him and will also take on new tasks as fitness specialist for the entire junior and senior football team.

The third newcomer with a Memmingen past is Sebastian Schmeiser (28). The man with the 1.92-metre yardarm can be flexibly deployed in several defensive positions.

"We are of course happy about the good name and the many connections Muriz Salemovic has in the football scene," says department head Basti Gilg. "With his help, we want to gradually complement and strengthen our team so that we don't have anything to do with relegation this season as quickly as possible and can gradually move up the ladder over the next few years." Salemovic will not only play for TSV, but will also hold the position of Sports Director.

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