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Another player of Lausanne HC's will end his career this summer. Eric Walsky has decided to hang up his skates.

Photo: Robert Hradil / RvS.Media

The 33-year-old forward disclosed to 24 heures that he will no longer be able to play professional hockey due to the concussion which kept him out of the game for the entire 2017-18 season. The same newspaper also reported earlier this year that Lausanne HC would not extend the player's contract.

Walsky had played in the NLA (now National League) for eight seasons. In 2010, he joined Genève-Servette HC and left them in 2013 in order to join HC Lugano. Since 2015, he had been a member of Lausanne HC: In total, he appeared in 274 games, recording 49 goals and 81 assists.

Last Update: 18 June 2018, 02:18 PM | mso*

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