During the game against Lugano on Friday, HCD's Finnish defenseman Ville Koistinen had to leave the ice with a shoulder-injury. An MRI scheduled for today has shown that his injury is not too serious and HCD will have to cope without him only for about two weeks. If everything goes well, Koistinen will be able to play again after the international break when Davos plays against Fribourg-Gottéron on November 15.

As Wes Gilbertson, the Flames' beat reporter for the Calgary Sun, wrote on Twitter and the Calgary Flames confirmed, Reto Berra is going to start tonight against the Chicago Blackhawks.

Every Sunday, our NHL-crew is looking back at the past week and provides a summary and evaluation of the performances and results of the Swiss players and their respective teams.

SC Langenthal announced this evening that they have re-signed their import-forwards Brent Kelly and Jeff Campbell to three-year contracts through the end of the 2016-17 season.

According to the "Neue Zürcher Zeitung", ZSC-netminder Lukas Flüeler is currently recuperating from a concussion he suffered in practice. Because of that, he won't be able to suit up for the Swiss national team in the upcoming week.