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Lundskog arrives from the Frölunda Indians, where he also held the position of assistant coach.

HC Davos has found the second assistant coach.

With Johan Lundskog, HC Davos hires an assistant coach who, with his modern and inspiring manner, fits in perfectly with the new coaching staff, composed by Christian Wohlwend (head coach), Waltteri Immonen (assistant coach) and Marcel Kull (goalkeeper coach). The 34-year-old is regarded as a good communicator who pursues a modern hockey philosophy with great attention to detail.

Lundskog started his coaching career in Toronto, where he spent eight years at junior level as an assistant coach, head coach and team manager of the Bradford Rattlers. For the last three seasons, the Swedish-Canadian dual citizen has worked as an assistant coach for the Frölunda Indians, with which he won two Champions Hockey League titles and one Swedish Championship title.

( 16 May 2019 | lle )

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