The Ice Hockey World Championship in live stream: Germany meets Switzerland in the last group game. With a win, the German team even wins the group. It’s not an easy task, however, as Switzerland go into the game undefeated. Here’s how you can watch the game live stream.

The German national ice hockey team has already qualified for the quarter-finals. Now, after five wins in a row, a win against Switzerland, which has been in top form without losing at the World Cup so far, is also on the agenda. The preparatory games for the World Cup have already shown that the outcome of the game on Tuesday at 11.20 a.m. is completely open. The two teams have already met twice there. Germany won one of the two games. The other game was a clear victory for Switzerland.

This year’s Ice Hockey World Championships in Finland will only be broadcast on free TV on Sport1. In addition, Magenta Sport or Joyn customers can watch the game in the live stream.

Germany – Switzerland

05/24/2022 | 11:20 a.m

Without national coach Toni Söderholm, Germany’s national ice hockey team completed the final training before the last World Cup group game on Tuesday (11.20 a.m. / Sport1 and MagentaSport) against Switzerland in Helsinki. The German Ice Hockey Federation announced on Monday that Söderholm had a slight cold.

“Tomorrow everything will be back to how it was before. I’m assuming that Toni won’t let that go,” said striker Marcel Noebels from Eisbären Berlin after the session, which also included Korbinian Holzer and Matthias Plachta on the ice. The two Mannheimers were slightly injured on Sunday in the 5: 4 against Kazakhstan.

A regular-time win against arch-rivals Switzerland could see Germany top the group and avoid Sweden and Olympic champions Finland in the quarter-finals. With just one more point on Tuesday, a German World Cup preliminary round record would also have been set. However, Switzerland has played a strong tournament with seven players from the North American NHL league and has won all six games. Among other things, the 6:3 against record world champions Canada received a lot of attention.

“It was a game on another level. You saw two teams that would definitely have a say in this tournament when it comes to medals,” said Noebels, who converted the decisive penalty in the World Cup quarter-finals in Riga against the Swiss last year. “It will be another extremely close game,” predicted Noebels.