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Season 2018-2019

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Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Nov. 11 18 | 11:00Switzerland - Russia2-4
Dec. 13 18 | 20:15Switzerland - Austria3-1
Dec. 14 18 | 20:15Switzerland - Russia1-5
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GReto Berra03.01.1987194 cm86 kgleft
GGauthier Descloux23.07.1996176 cm66 kgleft
GLukas Flüeler22.10.1988192 cm97 kgright
GLeonardo Genoni28.08.1987180 cm86 kgleft
GGilles Senn01.03.1996195 cm87 kgleft
DRaphael Diaz09.01.1986182 cm88 kgright
DMichael Fora30.10.1995188 cm97 kgright
DLukas Frick15.09.1994188 cm88 kgleft
DPatrick Geering12.02.1990178 cm88 kgleft
DJoël Genazzi10.02.1988185 cm90 kgleft
DAndrea Glauser03.04.1996182 cm83 kgright
DFabian Heldner24.06.1996193 cm95 kgright
DRoger Karrer21.01.1997180 cm81 kgright
DSamuel Kreis04.04.1994181 cm82 kgleft
DRomain Loeffel10.03.1991178 cm80 kgright
DChristian Marti29.03.1993190 cm95 kgleft
DClaude-Curdin Paschoud03.04.1994192 cm86 kgright
CYannick-Lennart Albrecht28.04.1994188 cm88 kgleft
FAndres Ambühl14.09.1983176 cm82 kgright
FJérôme Bachofner08.07.1996- cm- kgleft
FChris Baltisberger31.10.1991183 cm89 kgright
FChristoph Bertschy05.04.1994177 cm80 kgright
FDamien Brunner09.03.1986180 cm85 kgright
CJason Fuchs14.09.1995175 cm75 kgleft
FYannick Herren07.02.1991182 cm90 kgleft
FGregory Hofmann13.11.1992183 cm91 kgleft
FDenis Hollenstein15.10.1989183 cm89 kgleft
FLino Martschini21.01.1993167 cm65 kgright
LWMarco Miranda02.06.1998189 cm89 kgleft
FSimon Moser10.03.1989187 cm95 kgleft
FKillian Mottet15.01.1991175 cm74 kgleft
FInti Pestoni08.08.1991173 cm80 kgleft
FDamien Riat26.02.1997183 cm78 kgright
FTanner Richard06.04.1993182 cm84 kgleft
FNoah Rod07.06.1996184 cm87 kgleft
FThomas Rüfenacht22.02.1985178 cm85 kgleft
FReto Schäppi27.01.1991194 cm95 kgleft
FTristan Scherwey07.05.1991176 cm80 kgright
FDario Simion22.05.1994190 cm87 kgright
FReto Suri25.03.1989183 cm84 kgleft
RWJoël Vermin05.02.1992181 cm87 kgleft
CSamuel Walser05.06.1992190 cm92 kgleft

* no longer in the club

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World Juniors Quarter finals

The quarter final match-ups of the World Junior Championship in Canada is decided after the end of the Preliminary Round:
Sweden - Switzerland
Canada - Finland
USA - Czech Republic
Russia - Slovakia

(01 Jan 2019)
 

Switzerland beat Norway

Two days before the start of the Olympic Tournament Switzerland beat Norway 4-2 in Goyang. Simon Moser scored two goals within 1:03 in the second period.

(12 Feb 2018)
 

Müller scores four in Swiss win

Alina Müller scored the first four goals of the game when Switzerland beat Korea 8-0 on the opening day of Women's Olympics.

(10 Feb 2018)
 

World Juniors quarter finals

The World Junior Championship quarter finals will be played on Tuesday:
Czech Republic - Finland
Canada - Switzerland
Sweden - Slovakia
USA - Russia

Belarus and Denmark will play three games to decide who relegates.

(01 Jan 2018)
 

Swiss women win in Albertville

This week Switzerland won the 3-nations tournament with France and South Korea in Albertville.

Results: South Korea - France 1-2, Switzerland - France 2-1 OT, Switzerland - South Korea 2-1 OT, France - South Korea 5-4 OT, France - Switzerland 0-4 and South Korea - Switzerland 2-5.

(20 Aug 2017)
 

Big wins on Ivan Hlinka Memorial opening day

Three of the four games on the first day of Ivan Hlinka Memorial in Breclav, Czech Republic and Bratislava, Slovakia ended with big wins. First Lukas Wernblom and Samuel Fagemo scored two goals each when Sweden beat USA 6-1 in Breclav. In the second game in Breclav Czech Republic beat Switzerland 6-2 after two goals by Jan Jenik and two by Jakub Lauko.

In Bratislava Ruslan Iskhatov scored the winner when Russia beat Canada 4-3 after a shootout. Rasmus Kupari had two goals and three assists when Finland got an easy 6-1 win over Slovakia.

(07 Aug 2017)
 

Switzerland wins U20 Summer Challenge in Zilina

Switzerland won all of their three games at the U20 Summer Challenge in Zilina, Slovakia this weekend.

In the first game six different players scored for the Swiss team when Czech Republic was beaten 6-3. Switzerland had six scorers also in game two when they needed a shootout to defeat Germany 6-5. Philipp Kurashev scored twice in the third game when the tournament win was secured with a 4-2 win over the home team Slovakia.

Czech Republic beat Slovakia 2-1 (OT) and Germany 3-1 to finish second. Slovakia got the third place as they had beaten the German team 7-5 on the opening day.

Slovakia's Marian Studenic was the tournament's top scorer with three goals and two assists.

(30 Jul 2017)
 

Women’s World Championship coming up

On Friday starts the Women's World Championship in Plymouth, Michigan, United States. Yesterday the U.S. Women's National Team and USA Hockey announced that they've reached an agreement so USA will be represented by their best players at the home championship, trying to defend the gold medals.

In exhibition games yesterday Sweden beat Germany 3-2 and Switzerland beat Russia 4-0.

(29 Mar 2017)
 

Swiss U20 team wins in Dresden

Team Switzerland U20 won the 4-nations U20 tournament in Dresden, Germany with a perfect record. Germany was beaten 4-2, Czech Republic 4-0 and Slovakia 3-0.

Swiss goalie Matteo Ritz was outstanding shutouts in both games he played. Damien Riat, also Switzerland, was the tournament's top scorer with three goals and two assists.

(30 Jul 2016)
 

World Championship preparation

The World Championship in Russia starts in three days. Four pre-tournament games were played today. Canada beat Czech Republic 3-0 and Kazakhstan beat France 6-3. Finland-USA (3-2) and Switzerland - Germany (4-3) were both decided in overtime.

(03 May 2016)
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