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He is currently Genève-Servette HC's best defenseman and receives more ice time than any other player in the National League.

Henrik Tömmernes
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As Tamedia's sports desk worked out, Tömmernes is averaging 34 shifts and 25:33 minutes of ice time per game, which is over two minutes more compared to the league's runner-up and compatriot, HCD's Magnus Nygren.

Although he still has some issues with the French language, he and his family feels quite comfortable in Geneva, to where he moved from Gothenburg in 2017: "I could very well imagine extending my contract [valid until 2021] once again," he told the same source.

Due to a knee injury in autumn that kept him out of the Grenats' lineup for some weeks, the 29-year-old Swedish international has appeared in only 32 games since the beginning of the season, recording nine goals and 15 assists while posting a plus-16 rating.

( 04 February 2020 | rlu* )

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