Border writes history with a european triumph

south Jutland's hockey team was able Sunday to celebrate a historic triumph on home soil in Vojens. Here was the Border, the first Danish club ever to win a

Border writes history with a european triumph

south Jutland's hockey team was able Sunday to celebrate a historic triumph on home soil in Vojens. Here was the Border, the first Danish club ever to win a

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
12 January 2020 Sunday 17:00
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Border writes history with a european triumph

south Jutland's hockey team was able Sunday to celebrate a historic triumph on home soil in Vojens.

Here was the Border, the first Danish club ever to win a european club competition, as the team ended as the winner of the Continental Cup with a victory over the Polish Cracovia Krakow 3-1.

Friday and Saturday, respectively, the Nottingham Panthers from the Uk and Neman Grodno from Belarus defeated in the tournament playoffs.

the Continental Cup is a smaller european club competition and ranks during the Champions League.

With the triumph redeem Jutland ticket to the Champions League in the next season.

We had dreamed that we could play for the medals to the last, and that we when right to the top of the home is a unique experience, says south Jutland-director Klaus Rasmussen in a press release.

Canadian MacGregor Sharp and Daniel Nielsen stood for south Jutland's scores in Sunday's victory over the Polish team. The latter with two hits.

See also: Dane utilizes the embarrassing danskerfejl

See also: Frans Nielsen scores two goals in a rare victory

See also: the Danish duo goes målamok

Updated: 12.01.2020 17:00
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