Swiss League

The 37-year-old forward is at the end of his contract with the GCK Lions. Fellow veteran Roman Schlagenhauf will likely continue.

GCK Lions

According to the Zürichsee-Zeitung, Corsin Casutt has decided to retire from professional hockey. Casutt played over 1000 games (regular season and playoffs) in the two highest Swiss leagues in his career.

The forward made his debut in the National League (then NLA) in the 2001-02 season, suiting up for EHC Chur. Throughout his career, Casutt played eleven seasons for EV Zug, one season for HC Fribourg-Gottéron, two seasons for EHC Kloten (then the Kloten Flyers), four for the SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers, and two for the GCK Lions.

As for Schlagenhauf, according to the same source, he will likely play for another season. The captain of the GCK Lions appeared in 50 regular-season games this season, recording nine goals and 20 assists.

( 22 March 2022 | mso )