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AEV: Panthers extend triple storm and announce departure

AEV: Panthers extend triple storm and announce departure


The Augsburg Panthers continue to count on Michael Clarke, David Stiller and Vinnie Sabonari. However, there are two confirmed departures as well.

. framework plans Augsburg Panther Keep moving forward. DEL has announced that the trio of German strikers David Stiller, Vinnie Sabonari and Michael Clarke will also be on the ice at the AEV in the new season. There are also two departures.

Czech born David Stiller will be in his seventh year with the Panthers. Last season, the 33-year-old, who also holds a German passport, scored six goals and 15 assists in 42 games in the main role. Overall, the fast position has 153 scorer points in 301 DEL games.

AEV coach relies on speed ice hockey – and on the Storm Trio

Native Americans Vinnie Sabonari (twelve goals) and Michael Clarke (eleven) both scored in double figures last season and thus were among the Panthers’ most accurate players. So new coach Peter Russell is also counting on their qualities.

Russell, who is currently preparing for the World Cup with the national team of Great Britain, was quoted as follows in the Panthers statement: “With David Stiller, Michael Clarke and Vinnie Sabonari we can count on three German strikers who can attack with accents and always serve the team. We want to play fast hockey with four formations. offensive and we need enough quality and depth in the team, and all three will help us with that.”

This is the Augsburg Panthers for the 2022/23 season

Photo: Uwe Anspach, dpa

The Eisenmenger brothers leave the Hoods of Augsburg

In the attack, the Panthers also reported two departures: according to the AEV, the brothers Max and Magnus Eisenmenger decided on a “new sporting challenge.” In the tiger shirt, 23-year-old Max can look back at 83 DEL games and 14 points in two years. Magnus, who is two years his junior, celebrated his goal and made his debut in the German Ice Hockey League last season.

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Main shareholder Lothar Siegel says of the two departures: “Max and Magnus have decided to move to clubs where they want to play bigger roles. They are both still at the beginning of their careers, and we wish them all the best in their future paths. Perhaps one day we will see the two of us. Augsburg Once again, the doors are open for them.”

Discussions are still ongoing with Trevelyan and Sternheimer

The future of TJ Trevelyan and Marco Sternheimer is not finally decided upon in the German offensive sector, and the Panthers are still in talks with both. A total of eight players have been signed for the new season so far. According to information from our editorial team, there are very good chances of extensions for Drew LeBlanc, Jon Rogel, Wade Bergman, Marcus Keeler, Henry Haas and Brady Lamb.