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Due to a player-shortage caused by the U20 national team camp and Victor Backman's absence, the Latvian is back with GCK.

Marks Lazarevs will wear the Lions' colors again

Marks Lazarevs is back with the GCK Lions. The 22-year-old, who joined Genève-Servette HC for this season, has already suited up for the Lions last Friday, December 7. He will be part of their roster until the end of the season.

This move is due to the current absences GCK has to deal with. Three of their players are in the U20 national team camp and the team's top scorer, Victor Backman, will stay with their partner team in the National League, the ZSC Lions, for the time being.

Lazarevs, a Latvian playing with a Swiss license, has mainly played for the Grenats' partner team, HC Sierre, in the MySports League so far this season. In November, he was also on a short stint with the SCL Tigers, hoping to earn himself a contract for the remainder of the season.

Last Update: 10 December 2018, 03:10 PM | esi*

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