After renewed playoff qualification, UHC Waldkirk-St. Galen also offers positive news in addition to Maidan. Along with Julian Elder and Luca Hollenstein, two longtime NLA players remained loyal to the team. Along with Mauro Stingelin, a young offensive force arrives in St.Gallen from Chur.
Julian Elder has completed more than 130 NLA games despite his young age. The 23-year-old left wing, who returned to the UHC Waldkirch-St.Gallen in the 2019/2020 season after a round of Könies, is confident with consistent scorer values. In its last season, Herriso’s man has already recorded 151 scorers.
Luca Holenstein joined Olma City three years before UHC Alligator Malans. The physically strong defender has already played more than 60 games in the NLA and strengthened the defense in his calm manner. Both players have now extended their contracts for another season.
Along with Mauro Stingelin, the UHC Waldkirch-St.Gallen could introduce the first new addition for the next season. Offensive player born in 2000, Chur is moving from Unki to St.Gallen. Mauro Stinglin made his debut in the NLA in the 2017–2018 season and represented Switzerland as a national player in the U19 World Cup to be held in Canada in 2019. Churman has already worked there with head coach Armin Brunner.
Proven powers and new impulses
For Vasa’s sports director Roman Brulisauer, the news is a good omen for next season: “The squad is in full swing and we are very happy that Julian and Luca, two proven forces, are continuing to advance their team.” . You are from the same generation who will take over the reins of the team in the next few years. With Mauro we get a very exciting player who has a lot of potential for the future. He can play independently and contribute valuable impulses to the team. “