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EV Zug announces that they have signed Viktor Stålberg to a two-year contract. The Swede will thus leave the NHL after eight seasons.

Photo: Bridget Samuels / flickr

Team manager Reto Kläy confirmed to Watson at the end of June that they were interested in the Swedish forward, who will now stay with the Bulls until the end of the 2018-19 season. With this signing, Zug has completed their import player quartet, which consists of David McIntyre (CAN), Carl Klingberg (SWE), Garrett Roe (USA), and Stålberg. Josh Holden (CAN) will serve as the fifth import player.

Stålberg 31-year-old forward was first drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs and has played in 548 NHL games for the Leafs, the Chicago Blackhawks, the Nashville Predators, the New York Rangers, the Ottawa Senators and the Carolina Hurricanes. In 2013, he won the Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks.

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