Medical Report

As the Berner Zeitung reports, the forward does not suffer from a concussion as initially feared, but from a muscular neck injury.

Gustafsson already suffered from a minor concussion back in November
TOBI MEYER / SWISSHOCKEYNEWS.CH

The SCL Tigers hope that the Swedish centre with a Swiss license will be able to play again on the weekend against EV Zug and HC Ambrì-Piotta in the upcoming double round. Gustafsson last played on January 19, missing, therefore, seven games. In 35 games so far he recorded eleven points (six goals and five assists).

Moreover, Yannick Blaser is allowed to go on the ice again this week. The defenseman had contracted a muscle rupture of the adductors and a rupture of the abdominal wall in November in Fribourg and had to undergo surgery. However, it is unlikely he will play again in this season. In 19 games, Blaser recorded four points.

Last Update: 11 February 2019, 07:32 AM | lle

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