Swiss Women's National Team

Switzerland will face Germany and Finland in the round-robin of the February-event.

Soon in action: Swiss women's national team

With a similar team to the one that won the four-nations tournament in Füssen in December, the Swiss women's national team will travel to Eksjö for the EHT-finals. Three new faces figure on the roster, as Colin Muller has called up Caroline Spies as well as forwards Mara Frey and Zoe Merz for the first time. Not eligible to Switzerland's head coach are the players engaged in North America.

The national team will face Germany on February 6 and Finland on February 7, which will be their 500th international game. The opponent for the game on February 8 will be determined by group placement.

(SUI) Switzerland's roster for the EHT-finals

Goalies (2): Caroline Spies (2002, Basel/Bomo Thun), Saskia Maurer (2001, Bomo Thun/HC Dragon).

Defenders (8): Nicole Bullo (1987, Lugano). Lara Christen (2002, ZSC Lions/Langenthal), Sarah Forster (1993, Brynäs/SWE), Nadine Hofstetter (1994, Reinach), Shannon Sigrist (1999, Weinfelden), Sandra Thalmann (1992, Reinach), Nicole Vallario (2001, Lugano), Stefanie Wetli (2000, Weinfelden)

Forwards (12): Rahel Enzler (2000, Reinach), Mara Frey (2002, Seetal/Langenthal), Sinja Leemann (2002, SC Weinfelden/SCRJ Lakers), Lena Marie Lutz (2001, Reinach), Zoe Merz (2002, Bülach/Bassersdorf), Evelina Raselli (1992, Brynäs IF/SWE), Lisa Rüedi (2000, ZSC Lions), Dominique Rüegg (1996, ZSC Lions), Noemi Ryhner (2000, SC Reinach), Lara Stalder (1994, Brynäs/SWE), Phoebe Staenz (1994, Lugano), Laura Zimmermann (2003, Bomo Thun/Dragon Thun).

( 13 January 2020 | esi )

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