today 21:55 | The Slovak hockey players lost in their second match in the A-group at the World Championships in Finland with Germany by just 1: 2 and with three points they are in fourth place in the table. The Germans decided the triumph with two goals in the range of five minutes in the second period, to which only Kristián Pospíšil could answer. WE WILL UPDATE THE PLAYERS ‘REACTIONS AND THE IMPLEMENTATION TEAM Slovakia will meet next Monday at 3.20 pm with the favorite of the A-group Canada. The Germans will take office four hours later against France. Read also VIDEO: World Hockey Championship 2022: Slovakia did not manage an important duel, lost points … Voices after the match (RTVS): Tomáš Tatar, captain of the Slovak Republic: “It was a fighting match, we fought what we could. I think we miss such a final pass. We didn’t change the chances, there were some exclusions that got them on horseback. We didn’t shoot enough with a 5 to 3 power play. It’s just the beginning of the tournament, we have a lot of things to work on. “Adam Liška, forward of the Slovak Republic:” It’s a tough loss, because I think we played a better match than the first one. We were active, we created pressure, chances, but we only scored one goal. We have to push harder for the goal, go for the stops and the puck. “Peter Čerešňák, defender of the Slovak Republic (ČT Sport):” Even though we finally had a chance, the Germans blocked it or we didn’t hit the goal. We need to figure out a way to score a goal. We did not manage to shoot the first wave of players and get the puck to the goalkeeper. We were not worse. As time went on, our game improved. We had more and more pressure, it only lacked a goal. We played a 5 to 3 power play badly. We wanted to handle it a little differently, but we didn’t succeed. When we have a 5 to 3 power play, we have to use it, because the power play knows how to decide the match Today we did not manage to use it, it could have turned out completely differently. Two goals went one on one. They dropped my stick, the player fired, and I lost the puck for a moment. I looked everywhere, in the end it bounced right in front of Paťa (Rybára, editor’s note) and I didn’t have time to react. It was my fault, I lost sight of the puck. The Germans were uncomfortable. They have great players, as well as individuals from the NHL. There is no weak opponent in the tournament. Sometimes an outsider can torment a favorite, I’m not saying this was the case, but no matter who we play with, we can’t underestimate anything. Whether it’s Kazakhstan or anyone else. We need to prepare for everything. ” Also read Report the performances of Slovaks. How do you rate Pospíšil, Tatar, Rybár and others? Patrik Rybár, goalkeeper of the Slovak Republic: “The Germans played modern hockey, they always had a player in front of the goal. But I was ready for that, we had a video analysis. We made more mistakes. ” Šimon Nemec, defender of the Slovak Republic: “It was a balanced match, the Germans scored two goals in renumbering. The goalkeeper caught them well, it was just about small mistakes. ” Slovakia’s second opponent: Germany
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