End of Season Party 24 March


The Adler Mannheim will have their end of year party on Friday, 24 March in the SAP Arena starting at 18.00. The party will be on the first floor and entry will be through Entry D. Parking in P1 and the VIP Area is available without cost for this event. The concession stands as well as the fan shop will be open during the event.

We look forward to seeing you there.

The disappointment was great on Tuesday night when the game winning goal fell for Berlin

Adler Mannheim vs. Eisbären Berlin 1:2 O.T. (0:0, 0:0, 1:1, 0:1)


Berlin Advances

The 13,600 fans in the sold out SAP Arena saw a hard fought and suspenseful game on Tuesday evening that ended in a 1:2 Overtime loss of the Adler to Berlin. The Adler had three times as many shots on goal as Berlin but it was not enough to help them advance to the Semifinals. Game Seven was a must win for both teams and was loser out, so the Adler’s 2016-2017 season has come to an end.

No goals were scored through the first two Periods of play. Adler Captain Marcus Kink, playing in his 700 DEL game, put the Adler on the board first with a goal early in the Third, 1:0 (42 minute). Just over five minutes later Barry Tallackson tied the score, 1:1 (48 minute). Midway through the first Sudden Death Overtime Period, Charles Linglet shot Berlin into the next round, 1:2 (70 minute).The “Top Performers” of the game were Charles Linglet (Berlin) with one goal, Laurin Braun (Berlin) with one assist, Marcus Kink (Mannheim) with one point, and Matthias Plachta (Mannheim) with eight shots on goal.

The Adler celebrate Plachta's tying goal but in the end Berlin defeated the Adler 4:3 in O.T.

Eisbären Berlin vs. Adler Mannheim 4:3 O.T. (3:0, 0:2, 0:1, 0:0, 0:0, 1:0)


Adler Lose Game Six, Berlin Ties Series

Despite the Adler coming from three goals down to tie the game in regulation, Berlin defeated Mannheim in Triple Overtime by a score of 4:3 on Sunday afternoon in Berlin. Penalties cost the Adler the game, all of Berlin’s goals were scored on the power-play, double power-play, or penalty shot. The Adler took eight penalties and one Penalty Shot in the First Period alone. Mannheim’s goal scorers were Chad Kolarik (3:1, 29 minute, man-advantage) and Matthias Plachta (3:2, 31 minute and 3:3, 53 minute, man-advantage). Nick Peterson (1:0, 3 minute, penalty-shot and 3:0, 10 minute, two-man-advantage) and Marcel Noebels (2:0, 7 minute, man-advantage and 4:3, 101 minute, man-advantage) scored for Berlin.

The 4:3 victory ties the best of seven DEL Quarter Finals series at three games apiece. The “Top Performers” of the game were all from Berlin Nicholas Petersen with two goals, Charles Linglet with three assists and three points, and Frank Hoerdler with 11 shots on goal.

The Adler return home to the SAP Arena on Tuesday, 21 March to host Berlin in a must win game seven. The puck is scheduled to drop at 20:00

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