National League

Calle Andersson will stay in the capital for at least one more year. It will be his fourth season with the Bears.

As a young boy, Calle Andersson played in HC Lugano's organization.
Remo Max Schindler / remografie.ch

SC Bern has officially announced the renewal of the contract with the Swedish defenceman. Even though Andersson was born in Sweden, he plays with a Swiss player license.

So far, he scored three goals and put up eight assists in 19 games. Over the course of his career in the National League, he recorded 70 points in 172 games.

Last Update: 22 November 2018, 10:07 AM | lle*

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