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The captain will remain on board for three additional years, while the current Dragon joins for one less.

Pascal Berger, captain of the Tigers
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The SCL Tigers have extended their contract with Pascal Berger until 2024. A member of the team since 2016, the forward was selected as captain in his second season. Before joining Langnau, Berger spent most of his career with cantonal rival SC Bern.

In a total of 686 National League games so far, the 30-year-old has recorded 121 goals and 110 assists.

A new face on the Tigers' roster for next season will be Flavio Schmutz. Not receiving a new contract from his current team HC Fribourg-Gottéron, the 25-year-old will join Langnau for two terms.

Over the course of five seasons with the Dragons and some games with the SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers before that, Schmutz appeared in 243 National League games, recording eleven goals and 42 assists.

( 20 January 2020 | esi )

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