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According to Régis Cerf (MySports), the 37-year-old played the last game of his career yesterday.

Sébastien Reuille has always been praised for his fighting spirit.

Yesterday, HC Lugano was defeated by EV Zug 4-5 in a double-overtime thriller, which marked the end of the season for the Bianconeri. This defeat also marked the end of the career for Sébastien Reuille, who might remain in the world of hockey anyway, since he is currently team manager of the HCB Ticino Rockets. His retiremet was cofirmed by Lugano on Monday.

The forward will retire after 21 seasons in the National League. Reuille debuted in the 1998-99 season with EHC Kloten, for which he played three seasons before joining the SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers. After three years with the Lakers, in 2004 he signed with HC Lugano, with which he won a Swiss championship in 2006. Except for three more years with the Lakers between 2007-2010, he played only for the Luganesi.

In 1035 games, Reuille scored 177 goals and put up 199 assists, for a total of 376 points.

( 17 March 2019 | lle )

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