Adler Sign Jon Rheault


With the signing of Jon Rheault the Adler were able to close a hole in their offensive lines. The soon to be 27 year old winger signed a contract for the 2013/2014.

He was born in Arlington Texas and drafted in 2006 by the Philadelphia Flyers. Last season he played in his first five NHL games with the Florida Panthers, the same team as Marcel Goc but remained goal less. He spent the majority of his professional career in the American Hockey League where he played 282 games for the Providence Bruins, the Manchester Monarchs, the Abbotsford Heat and the San Antonio Rampage.

Adler End of Season Party Scheduled for Wednesday


The 2012-2013 DEL season ended for the Adler on Saturday following their fourth loss to the Grizzly Adams in the quarterfinals. Mannheim congratulates Wolfsburg on their advancement to the semifinals.

The Adler finished the regular season in First place in the DEL rankings but were only able to win one home game during the playoffs, which was not enough to stop the Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg. Despite the disappointment the team would like to say good bye to all of their fans, friends, and partners and thank them all for their support.

On Wednesday 3 April 2013 the Adler are offering their fans one last chance to get together with the team, get an autograph, or just talk to the players. The end of season party will be held in the overtime area of the SAP Arena (second floor). Admittance will be through entrance D starting at 19:00 and of course is free.

The fan-shop will also be open and will have attractive deals on fan articles. Adler partner Eurest Sport&Food will be providing food and drink. Music is also being provided.

Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg vs. Adler Mannheim 4:3 (1:2, 2:0, 1:1)


Adler Lose Game 6 in Wolfsburg – Eliminated From Playoffs

Despite a 2:1 lead after 20 minutes of play and the support of 700 fans that traveled with them, Mannheim was unable to win game six and force a game seven. The Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg won 4:3 (1:2, 2:0, 1:1) and eliminated the Adler from further playoff contention. Wolfsburg will meet the Cologne Haie on Wednesday in the semifinals.

The Adler started the game in Wolfsburg without Shawn Belle, Marc El-Sayed, and Mirko Hoefflin. Foster remained in the lineup for Belle and Dominik Bittner played for Marc El-Sayed. The game began much like game five with a high tempo and both teams trying to draw first blood. Wolfsburg was able to score first on a power-play goal from Greg Moore, 1:0 (10 minute, man-advantage). The Adler did not let the Wolfsburg goal knock them off their game as Christoph Ullmann tied the score, 1:1 (16 minute) and Yanick Lehoux scored on the power-play as the horn sounded to end the First Period, 2:1 (20 minute, man-advantage).

Wolfsburg started the Second Period a little reserved and gave the Adler too much room, which resulted in Dshunussow, in goal for Wolfsburg, having a lot of work but the third Manheim goal would not fall. On the other end Wolfsburg came back as Polaczek tied the game, 2:2 (32 minute, man-advantage). After the tying goal the momentum swung to Wolfsburg and they were able to take the lead four minutes later on a shot from Mayer, 3:2 (36 minute).

The break did the Adler good as they game out for the Third Period energized and attempted to swing the game back in their favor. Mannheim once again tied the score on a Frank Mauer goal, 3:3 (46 minute) but they were unable to hold the score for long. Four minutes later Brocklehurst scored the game winner, 4:3 (49 minute). Mannheim continued to throw everything forward but the score remained 4:3 for the Grizzly Adams at the final horn.

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