Swiss Ice Hockey

NLA - As Blick-journalist Angelo Rocchinotti reports, the clubs of the National Leagues have decided that a player can only play for two teams in one season with an A-licence. Therefore, only one transfer (and back) will be possible.

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HC Davos' netminder Janick Schwendener has played for Davos, Geneva, and Kloten over the course of the current season. This won't be possible anymore as of next season, as the clubs have decided to prevent further transfer-chaos.

In the future, a player can only be transferred once to another team within one season. There is, however, the possibility for him to return to his former club - but this move will be penalized with a one-game suspension. B-licences, however, are not part of this new rule. (tme)