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Medical Report

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EHC Kloten's Canadian goalie Kevin Poulin seems to be good to go for the Olympic tournament in Pyeongchang, as he returned to game action today.

Photo: Michael Miller / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Kloten's coach Kevin Schläpfer recently told the Tages-Anzeiger that the player is dealing with an undisclosed injury and that he will check with Team Canada's doctors "if Pyeongchang makes any sense at all". Today, the 27-year-old got the start in net for Canada's preparation game against Belarus in Riga, Latvia (2-0 win).

Poulin, who most recently suited up for Medvescak Zagreb from the Kontinental Hockey League, joined EHC Kloten in mid-January for the remainder of the season but has yet to make his debut for the National League team.

Canada's Olympic roster can be found here.

Last Update: 06 February 2018, 01:34 PM | rlu

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