Medical Report

Whereas SC Langenthal's Robin Nyffeler has recovered from his concussion, Silvan Hess has rejoined the team from EHC Winterthur.

Robin Nyffeler is ready again for game action
SC Langenthal

With that and Stefan Tschannen and Nico Dünner eligible to play again after sitting out their suspensions, Langenthal's Swedish head coach Per Hånberg currently has 14 forwards available again.

Defensemen Mika Henauer, Luca Christen and goaltender Marco Mathis, on the other hand, are still out with a concussion until further notice. As for SCL's second goalie Philip Wüthrich (lower-body injury), the 21-year-old is back in team practice and could probably return to the lineup for Friday's road game in Winterthur, desktopstories.ch's Leroy Ryser reports.

On another note, still according to the same source, EHC Winterthur is apparently showing interest in a signing of Silvan Hess for the upcoming 2019-20 season. The 21-year-old center, whose contract in Langenthal will expire this spring, has suited up in 27 games on loan with EHCW this season, recording four goals and two assists. He will not be in SCL's lineup for Friday's road game in Winterthur, Ryser adds.

Last Update: 30 January 2019, 05:41 PM | rlu
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