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The current agreements with Marco Mathis and Philip Wüthrich will expire at the end of the season.

Philip Wüthrich to stay with Langenthal?

Wüthrich has a deal in place with SC Bern until 2020, but with the Bears signing Niklas Schlegel, he will definitely not return to the capital city next season. "The positions in Bern are filled, so we are looking for a solution. Langenthal is a good opportunity, so I am open to a second season," the 20-year-old netminder tells the Berner Zeitung.

Langenthal would also like to keep Mathieu Maret, Dario Kummer and Simon Sterchi, who all have National League out clauses. Nico Dünner, for his part, does not know yet what the future will hold for him. He has had talks with the SCL Tigers and it is his dream, as he tells the same source, to play in the National League, but he is also open to staying with Langenthal. However, as he tells the Aargauer Zeitung, he has other options in the Swiss League.

According to the Berner Zeitung, the talks with Jeff Campbell and Per Hånberg are more concrete now. While Campbell, who is currently injured, will not continue to play for Langenthal next season, he would like to stay in Switzerland. He currently already serves as assistant coach.

As for the current season, Kim Karlsson's contract will expire at the end of December, but it is not yet clear whether he will get an extension or not. 

Last Update: 18 December 2018, 05:15 AM | mso*

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