National League

Not too happy with his situation in Lugano/Biasca, the defenseman would like to get a chance with another team.

Clarence Kparghai
Monika Majer / RvS.Media

As the Journal du Jura (relayed by SwissHabs) reports, Clarence Kparghai hopes to find a new team to play for this season, despite his current contract with HC Lugano.

The 33-year-old has had a bit of a downfall, going from playing in the National League (EHC Biel and Lugano) to the Swiss League (HCB Ticino Rockets). Not overly happy, the defenseman hopes to spark interest from other National League-teams and that Lugano would not prevent him from leaving.

Kparghai has played 10 games for the Rockets so far this season, recording two goals and one assist. Last season, he suited up for Lugano (20 times), the Rockets (17 times) and EHC Kloten (24 times).

Last Update: 19 October 2018, 11:43 AM | esi*

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