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While Mark Streit is not yet ready to talk about his future, SC Bern's team manager Alex Chatelain confirms to the Berner Zeitung that he has been in contact with the former Montreal Canadiens' player.

Photo: Icon Sportswire / David Kirouac

"We've talked on the phone recently. For now, however, it is not an option," Chatelain states. CEO Mark Lüthi also remains non-committal about potentially signing Streit: " I have not received any inquiries from the sporting leadership and would not like to comment on this. However, I am not ruling out anything."

The ZSC Lions' Sven Leuenberger has already stated that Streit is not an option for them. Jörg Reber, team manager of the SCL Tigers, on the other hand, would love to have Streit join them but "let's be honest: the chances that he will join us are very small."

Last Update: 20 October 2017, 05:49 AM | mso/jca

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