IIHF World Championship

Andrea Glauser, Samuel Kreis, Denis Hollenstein and Marco Müller will all not be part of the national team for the IIHF Worlds.

The roster for Bratislava is set.
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After the last preparation game before departing to the World Championship in Slovakia, head coach Patrick Fischer has cut four more players from the roster of the national team. Defencemen Andrea Glauser (SCL Tigers) and Samuel Kreis(EHC Biel), as well as forwards Denis Hollenstein (ZSC Lions) and Marco Müller (HC Ambrì-Piotta), will not be traveling to Bratislava to represent Switzerland.

Switzerland's first game of the tournament will take place on May 11, when they go up against Italy.

(SUI) Switzerland's current roster for the IIHF World Championship

Netminders (3): Reto Berra (HC Fribourg-Gottéron), Leonardo Genoni (SC Bern), Robert Mayer (Genève-Servette HC)

Defensemen (8): Raphael Diaz (EV Zug), Michael Fora (HC Ambrì-Piotta), Lukas Frick (Lausanne HC), Joël Genazzi (Lausanne HC), Roman Josi (Nashville Predators, NHL), Romain Loeffel (HC Lugano), Janis Moser (EHC Biel), Yannick Weber (Nashville Predators, NHL)

Forwards (14): Andres Ambühl (HC Davos), Alessio Bertaggia (HC Lugano), Christoph Bertschy (Lausanne HC), Kevin Fiala (Minnesota Wild, NHL), Gaëtan Haas (SC Bern), Nico Hischier (New Jersey Devils, NHL), Grégory Hofmann (HC Lugano), Philipp Kurashev (Québec Remparts, LHJMQ), Lino Martschini (EV Zug), Simon Moser (SC Bern), Vincent Praplan (Springfield Thunderbirds, AHL), Damien Riat (EHC Biel), Noah Rod (Genève-Servette HC), Tristan Scherwey (SC Bern)

( 04 May 2019 | esi )

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