Sebastian Wraneschitz fails WHL debut

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Kamloops – Thursday, 14.10.2021, 09:24

The second start of the Viennese Sebastian Wraneschitz in the WHL is not going according to plan. While the former Vienna Capitals goalie made his first appearance a week and a half ago, it was only 7:24 minutes on the ice before he was taken out of the game, while his Victoria Royals lost 8-3 at the Kamloops Blazers until the final third, until the same fate happens to him.

After the goal to 2: 6 after 45:50 minutes, Wranschitz has to vacate his goal. Six goals conceded are compared to 24 parades, some of which are worth seeing. Substitute Connor Martin has to show eight saves in the remaining 14:10 minutes, twice it hits behind the Canadian.

After two games, Wraneschitz holds a goal against goal of 10.14, the catch quota of the 19-year-old rookie is only 75 percent.

It would, however, not be enough to simply transfer these numbers to the Viennese. The defensive should be the bigger construction site of the Royals: Connor Martin has a goal against goal of 8.47 and a catch quota of 80 percent. Tyler Palmer, who was not used against Kamloops, has already had to fend off 156 shots in his four games, most of the league. However, his catch quota is 91.7 percent, the average against goals is 3.37.

The Victoria Royals have lost four of their first five games of the season and conceded the most goals of all Western Conference teams with 25 goals conceded. In the west, the British Columbia team ranks ninth out of ten.

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