National League

The Bears have signed Jan Neuenschwander, Thomas Thiry and Miro Zryd, while Gregory Sciaroni stays for two more years.

Moves to the capital: Miro Zryd (left)

Gregory Sciaroni, a member SC Bern since 2018, has extended his contract with the club for another two years and will stay with them until 2022. The 30-year-old, who also used to play for HC Davos and HC Ambrì-Piotta, has recorded six goals and eleven assists for the Bears so far.

After four seasons with EHC Biel, Jan Neuenschwander will join Bern in summer. He signed a two-year contract, which has already been reported by the Blick a few days ago. The 26-year-old forward brings the experience of 315 National League games (24 goals and 31 assists) with Biel, the ZSC Lions and Davos.

Coming from EV Zug, Thomas Thiry and Miro Zryd will both reinforce the Bears. They will also stay for two years. The possibility of this double-signing was already brought up by the Berner Zeitung about three weeks ago. Thiry, 22, has been a part of Zug's defense core since 2017 and made 118 appearances for them. Zryd, 25, is currently in his second season with the Bulls. He started his professional career with the SCL Tigers.

( 25 November 2019 | esi )