These are actual cards from my collection that were issued for various Winter Olympic games either as souvenirs or as premiums in cigarette packages. I love the stance on the goaltender in this photo, a fair bit unorthodox. The rear of this card is translated;
"Winter Olympics: From the Ice Hockey match between Germany and Poland: Before the gate of the German". I assume that is referring to "in front of the German net".
Germany played Poland twice in the double round-robin, four team tournament at Lake Placid in 1932. They won 2-1 then 4-1 to secure the Bronze medal. The German goaltender pictured is 6'4" Walter Leinweber who played every minute for the Germans in 1932 posting a GAA of 4.50
Canada, represented by the Winnipeg Hockey Club captured the gold medal. They would beat Poland by scores of 9-0 and 10-0 and beat Leinweber and the Germans by scores of 4-1 and 5-0.