With the signing of Andrew Calof, Lausanne HC's team manager John Fust wanted to have enough depth in the roster for the crucial part of the season. For this, they also acquired the B-license of five players of the Swiss League, whose names will be revealed once their season is over.
With Calof, Lausanne has used their tenth and last available license for an import player. In his career, the right wing played professional hockey in Sweden (2014-18 and 2020-22) and in Russia (2018-2020 and 2022-23), winning two championships with Växjö Lakers HC. This season, he scored one goal and collected one assist in 16 games with Amur Khabarovsk.