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Defenseman Robin Grossmann (photo) and forward Tim Traber will definitely join Lausanne HC. Grossmann has signed a 4-year-contract, Traber joins the Lions for the next two years.

Photo: Robert Hradil / RvS.Media

While Robin Grossmann's move from EV Zug to Lausanne has already been confirmed by the player himself, the Lions now also announce that they have inked Genève-Servette HC's forward Tim Traber to a two-year contract. "These are two character players," LHC's team manager Jan Alston says. "We're very happy to have them on our team."

Grossmann, 30, spent the last four seasons with EV Zug. This season, the Swiss international suited up in 23 games and put up eleven points (five goals, six assists). Tim Traber, 25, joins Lausanne from Geneva, where he also played four seasons. In 2017-18, the young forward appeared in 48 games, in which he scored three goals and added one assist for four points.

Last Update: 13 April 2018, 11:17 AM | tme

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