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In case Leonardo Genoni gets hurt, the Kolinstädter are prepared to hire an import-goaltender until the transfer deadline.

If Leonardo Genoni gets hurt, Zug will add an import-goaltender.

While they have already handed out seven of their import-licenses this season, EV Zug has one more license for an import-player available. Team manager Reto Kläy, however, will only make use of it "in case Leonardo Genoni should be seriously injured," he says to Zentralplus. The transfer deadline is on February 15.

The recently signed Norwegian forward Andreas Martinsen will probably not be able to make his debut in Thursday's game against HC Davos. "I think this is unrealistic because of the permit and the jet lag," Kläy says to the same source. Martinsen will thus most likely suit up on Friday, when Zug faces Rapperswil.

( 29 January 2020 | tme* )

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