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    “The polar bears will have a lot to do”

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    Sebastian Schwele, 45, commentator on sports television, used to be a professional ice hockey player. On Friday he will also comment on the polar bears’ home game in the Mercedes-Benz Arena against Tampere (8.15 p.m., live on Sport 1 from 8 p.m.).

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    Sebastian Schwele, how often have you been addressed with “Basti, take that with you” in the past few months?
    How do you take that with you? Oh yes (laughs). In fact, not at all, the Ice Hockey World Championship was over. Then you drive straight back down, we had homeschooling at home and I was very quick with other things.

    But your moderation in the decisive penalty of Marcel Noebels against Switzerland, the “Noebi take it with you”, is sure to connect many viewers with the successful World Cup of the Germans?
    Because I’m an ice hockey freak, my heart beats for the national team. Everything that concerns the attention to ice hockey comes from the national team – they often forget that in the DEL.

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    How important is the Champions Hockey League?
    II think it’s great, ice hockey was the only sport that didn’t have a structure. They are so important, these international comparisons, the different systems, the different styles of play. There you go through the complete program. Of course you then have the usual suspects as participants, but also clubs like the Cardiff Devils that you don’t even have on your screen.

    They report on Friday from the polar bears’ first game against Tappara Tampere. What do you expect from the Berliners, they caught a tough group, right?
    The polar bears will have a lot to do. A Finnish top team and with Skelleftea also a Swedish top team to start with. For me this is the most explosive group of all. It’s also nice that we then get to see Tom Kühnhackl.
    What’s in it for the German teams?
    I do believe that they have some catching up to do. Especially Mannheim, which has never come very far. There is still a lot in the way of it. But this has now become a serious competition. You not only represent your colors, but your whole country. So there is a lot at stake, including a lot of money now. I hope that the German clubs, like the national team, will put an exclamation mark on it.

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