Swiss ice hockey news – Mayer on loan to SCL Tigers – SPORTS

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SCL Tigers find solution to goalkeeper’s problem

SCL Tigers have found a solution to their goalkeeping problem. Robert Meyer, who has a surplus in Davos, moves to Langnau on loan. The 31-year-old will initially be with Emmentaler until the end of January. Mayer, a three-time World Cup participant with the Swiss national team, moved from Geneva-Cervet to Davos a year earlier with a four-year contract, but was not able to persuade as desired. In SCL Tigers, all the 3 goalkeepers were recently ruled out due to injuries.

Several weeks without Lugano Josephs

HC Lugano’s Canadian striker Troy Joseph will be out for four to six weeks. The 27-year-old fractured his right ankle after being hit by a shot from a teammate.

Ajoie. reinforcement for

Newcomer Ajoi enlisted the services of Canadian François Beauchemin for National League games against Zug (Friday) and Geneva-Cervet (Saturday). The 25-year-old striker joins the Jurassians with a B license from Swiss league team Biasca Ticino Rockets. Simultaneously, Ajoi responds to the failures of Canada’s Guillaume Esselin and Jerome Leduc.

Hockey matches against Russia first in Beijing

Switzerland will begin the Olympic ice hockey tournament in Beijing against Russia on February 9, 2022. Two days later, the rival is the Czech Republic, the next day Denmark. The women’s tournament will begin on February 3, a day before the opening ceremony. The Swiss meet Canada, Russia, America and Finland.


SRF Two, Powerplay, 21.09.21, 22:25;

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