National League

The forward will leave Lugano and might even hang up his skates, team manager Hnat Domenichelli tells Corriere del Ticino.

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With coach Chris McSorley taking over in Lugano, Mikkel Bødker was not playing too much anymore, as his coach preferred a different style of player. Bødker, however, still wanted to stay with the club, Domenichelli tells the newspaper.

"During the season, I discussed twice with his agent, but Bødker preferred to stay here, even without playing." Further, the Danish forward told team manager Domenichelli that he might retire after this season.

This season, Bødker scratched the ice in a total of 44 games for Lugano, scoring four goals and collecting 20 assists.

( 10 April 2022 | mfa )