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The European Hockey Club Alliance announced today that DEL's Schwenninger Wild Wings and Swiss League's SC Langenthal have joined their ranks.

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The E.H.C. Alliance was founded on June 13, 2016 and initially included 72 clubs from several European leagues. From the Swiss leagues, SC Bern, EHC Biel, HC Davos, HC Fribourg-Gottéron, Genève-Servette HC, EHC Kloten, Lausanne HC, HC Lugano, EV Zug, the ZSC Lions and the SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers were included.

“We are (also) excited to welcome SC Langenthal, a club with a solid tradition and strong fan-following and an organization that clearly works towards earning promotion to the top National League,” E.H.C.'s president Marc Lüthi explains. “After Martigny Red Ice went bankrupt, it is very encouraging that we can welcome another club from the second-tier Swiss league.”

Last Update: 13 July 2017, 05:04 PM | rlu/jca

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