Medical Report

Swedish winger Anton Rödin is working hard on his comeback from his fibula fracture and is likely to return to HC Davos' lineup for the first game against SC Bern after the Olympic break on February 28.

Photo: PHOTOPRESS / Ennio Leanza

"It looks really good," HCD's conditioning coach Renè Baur tells the Davoser Zeitung. "I hope that he will be able to play the final three regular season games after the Olympic break, so that he can find his rhythm for the playoffs." Today, the 27-year-old returned to the ice for the first time after sustaining a fibula fracture in the game against EHC Biel on December 9. 

"His attitude is good. He wants to come back and help the team," Baur adds, praising the player's practice diligence. "Rödin can do everything now in the weight room. In a few exercises, however, we still have to be careful that we continually increase the weight load and don't overshoot."

Rödin joined HC Davos from the Vancouver Canucks' organization in mid-November last year and has appeared in five games for them ever since, recording one goal and four assists.

Last Update: 12 February 2018, 11:20 AM | rlu

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