Exactly one day after his first international match, the 18-year-old from the fearless league is back in the A-National team. At Romanshorn she is also playing for her World Cup ticket.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the Swiss women’s national team will face three Tests against neighboring Germany at Romanshore. Due to the epidemic, these are the first games of Swiss A selection since the six-country tournament in Isco, Sweden in February 2020. There, Zoe Merz debuted in Colin Muller’s team – as a 17-year-old striker belonging only to a team from the second-largest league in the domestic championship: the EHC Bassersdo Ladies. If Muller’s squad surprises him back, Meraz can now count on him, almost a year later. Because in the shadow of the Coronavirus epidemic, Niederhaslerin has moved closer and closer to the group of the country’s best ice hockey players. At least not because he showed an observation and made sensible decisions along with ice cream.
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