Bankruptcy for San Jose with miner
The San Jose Sharks take a defeat with Lean Bergman against the Colorado Avalanche. The Calgary Flames also go bust without Tobias Rieder.
NHL-newcomer Lean Bergmann (21) drew attention at his eleventh appearance in the NHL mainly with physical hardness.
In the narrow 3-4 draw of his San Jose Sharks against the Colorado Avalanche, the national hockey player made nine body checks in just 9:14 minutes of ice time and was the most conspicuous player in this area. The Sharks have not had a chance to make the playoffs for some time now. (Table of the NHL)
German goalie Philipp Grubauer was still absent at Colorado due to a lower body injury. The man from Rosenheim, who will be brilliantly replaced by the Czech Pavel Francouz, is currently in build-up training and could return to the Avalanche goal in mid-March. The Denver team, for whom Finland’s Joonas Donskoi scored the winning goal, are clearly on a play-off course with 90 points from 68 matches.
The Calgary Flames with Tobias Rieder also have their sights set on the final round, but they were knocked out in the night to Monday when they lost 3-5 to the Vegas Golden Knights. Rieder from Landshut did not play.