Bernd Wolf, who plays for SC Bern's Elite A team, will join SC Langenthal via B-license, as the club announces today. Furthermore, they also confirm the arrival of Dan Weisskopf, who will also play for them with a B-license.​

The acquisition of those two players has become necessary, as Marco Schüpbach (knee injury) and Philip Åhlström (concussion) are definitely going to miss the start of the season.

19-year-old Wolf has already spent the majority of the preparation for the season with Langenthal. The Austrian, who is in possession of a Swiss player's license, is a product of SC Bern's organisation and scored four goals and 29 assists in 46 games for their U20 team last season.

As for Dan Weisskopf, his team, the SCL Tigers, had already announced last week that he will join SC Langenthal for the time being. In 50 games for Langnau last season, he scored three goals and seven assists.

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