The 2017/2018 season is history, the most important battles have been fought and the successes have been distributed. The winners are still basking in their fame while the losers of last season have long since stopped licking their wounds and are busy optimizing the team’s composition at full speed.
How the teams are positioned will of course have a significant impact on both the course of the coming season and the odds called in the betting offices when it comes to sports betting. The preparation for the season by the individual clubs is also closely monitored there, as the aim is to use the given odds to provide a fairly accurate picture of the probability of the results of the upcoming games in the 25th season of the DEL’s history.
And so the new commitment of the Fishtown Penguins from Bremerhaven, who were not able to make it past the quarter finals last season, certainly meets with a lot of interest from fans as well as in the world of sports betting. By the way, if you would like to try your hand at betting on the outcome of an ice hockey game in the sports betting section, you will find some interesting testimonials on various bookmakers and betting providers on https://www.wettenerfahrungen.com/en/.
With the absolute dream player to the new attempt
In the control centre of the Fishtown Penguins in Bremerhaven one is enthusiastic about the new commitment, which the sea townsmen have succeeded in here. Not only did the wish-list striker Alex Friesen win 47 scorer points in 63 games in the Swedish league last season, he is also a lively and above all poisonous attacking player who binds his opponents and can create space for his own team.
The reinforcement of the penguins will certainly also be followed with interest by the competition, because Friesen is exactly the type of player that has been missing in Bremerhaven in recent years. The Canadian with German roots had already been enticed by the penguins before the start of last season, but a possible change failed because he was already signed for the season at Leksand in Sweden.
The fact that the interest of both sides has not been torn down during the last season speaks for the fact that here a real partnership on a high level can develop. Friesen, who will be moving to Bremerhaven with his fiancée, is already eager for the start of the new season and the chance to lead the Fishtown Penguins beyond the quarter-finals.
Now in Bremerhaven they are still waiting for the execution report for the commitment of another offensive force (Brook Hooten is brought into play again and again by insiders here) and a third goalkeeper – then the squad composition can be regarded as finished.