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As Le Matin reports, EHC Kloten's former import player Drew Shore might return to Switzerland next season. However, the American could, in fact, join the ZSC Lions. EHC Kloten, on the other hand, appears to be interested in signing the Chicago Wolves' defenseman James Wisniewski.

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Shore, 26, joined EHC Kloten at the beginning of last season. After having played 53 games, in which he managed to score 24 goals and 27 assists, the 26-year-old American left Switzerland and signed with the Vancouver Canucks of the NHL. For them, he appeared in a total of 14 games. Now, according to Le Matin, Shore could once again return to Switzerland. He is reportedly in talks with the ZSC Lions.

EHC Kloten, on the other hand, is also looking for new import players. One of their additions could be James Wisniewski, the same source writes. The 33-year-old defender, who played for HC Lugano at last year's Spengler Cup, signed with the AHL's Chicago Wolves at the end of January and managed to score 13 points in 26 games with them.

Another defender, who has also attracted interest from several Swiss teams, is Norway's national team captain Jonas Holøs. However, the 29-year-old, who played for Färjestad BK of the SHL last season, will very likely not end up in Kloten – due to financial reasons. 

Last Update: 25 May 2017, 08:57 PM | bsc

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