NLA - Lakers' goaltending coach Reto Schürch, who had been in contact with Calgary, will not move overseas after all. According to the Calgary Herald, the Flames have now appointed Jordan Sigalet to join their coaching staff.
NLA - In their quest for a new media officer, the Kloten Flyers have found a replacement for resigning Philippe Turin in former HCD-defender Beat Equilino. The 42-year-old will take over his new job in December at the latest.
NLB - Hockey Thurgau will have to look for a new president, as Peter Muri has decided to resign after three years. The 56-year-old also won't be availabe for an election to the Board Of Directors, but will remain as sponsor of the club.
NHL/NLA - Forward Simon Moser will most likely stay with SC Bern for the upcoming season. "I prepare myself to stay in Bern," he says in an interview with SRF and hopes for another NHL chance next season.
NLA - As HC Lugano informs, they will keep the Curva Nord closed for tonight's pre-season game against Örebro HK due to some fans who lit firecrackers, flares, and smoke bombs in their last game against Slovan Bratislava.