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Kreutzer stays with the Wild Wings

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That said the Wild Wings on Monday. “The previous activity of Christof was shaped by the Corona Pandemic,” said Managing Director Christoph Sandner. After the athletic successful season 2020/2021, in which the Schwenninger missed just under the playoffs, Kreutzer “have made responsibility despite the significant start-upness difficulties at the beginning of this season and since then in the double function as Head coach the team developed in the right direction,” Explained Sandner. Since Kreutzer sees his future on the position of the sports director, a new head coach should be presented in the coming weeks. You are in promising conversations. Currently, the Wild Wings after 38 played games played place 12th place.

Circle leaves Dusseldorf and goes to Schwenningen

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Coach Harold Circle leaves the eight-time ice hockey master and takes over the Schwenninger Wild Wings instead. “Since I am in Germany, I met Schwenningen as a traditional club, which maintains a pronounced and rousing ice hockey culture,” said the 63-year-old: “That’s why I see it as a glory and enrichment for me and my career such a club, such a club Team lead. “

Previously, Düsseldorf and Circle had not been able to agree on a contract extension and “decided not to continue the previous cooperation after the ongoing season” as it was in a message.

“The collaboration with Harold Circle was always very good and trusting in all the years, for which I would like to thank me now. We were very satisfied with his work,” said Düsseldorf’s sport director Niki Mondd: “We will be matching the new DEG head coach again to occupy and proclaim our philosophy. “

For circle already ends the second term at the DEG. The German Canadian was responsible for Düsseldorf between 2008 and 2010 and since 2018Coach Harold Circle leaves the eight-time ice hockey master and takes over the Schwenninger Wild Wings instead. “Since I am in Germany, I met Schwenningen as a traditional club, which maintains a pronounced and rousing ice hockey culture,” said the 63-year-old: “That’s why I see it as a glory and enrichment for me and my career such a club, such a club Team lead. “

Previously, Düsseldorf and Circle had not been able to agree on a contract extension and “decided not to continue the previous cooperation after the ongoing season” as it was in a message.

“The collaboration with Harold Circle was always very good and trusting in all the years, for which I would like to thank me now. We were very satisfied with his work,” said Düsseldorf’s sport director Niki Mondd: “We will be matching the new DEG head coach again to occupy and proclaim our philosophy. “

For circle already ends the second term at the DEG. The German Canadian was responsible for Düsseldorf between 2008 and 2010 and since 2018.

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