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As team manager Martin Steinegger reveals to the Journal du Jura (relayed by SwissHabs), all five of EHC Biel's current import players might stay with the Seelanders.

Photo: Robert Hradil / RvS.Media

Robbie Earl, Jacob Micflikier, and Toni Rajala already have a contract for the upcoming season. And once the season is over, Steinegger will also talk to Mike Lundin and Marc-Antoine Pouliot (photo). Steinegger does not hide that he would like to keep five import players; however, there are some financial limits, too. 

American defenseman Mike Lundin joined EHC Biel at the beginning of the 2016-17 season. The 32-year old has suited up in 40 games for EHCB, putting up 13 points (two goals, eleven assists). Marc-Antoine Pouliot, on the other hand, signed with the Seelanders at the end of October. He has appeared in 23 games for them thus far, scoring 23 points (eight goals, 15 assists).

Last Update: 15 February 2017, 06:48 AM | bsc

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