Women's Hockey

The 27-year-old forward has agreed to a one-year deal with the SDHL team.

Lara Stalder

"I am happy here in Brynäs. It's a perfect environment for me to play my best hockey," Lara Stalder states. Stalder became the first-ever women's player to receive the MVP award (Guldhjälmen) of the SDHL this past season.

The forward set an all-time record, putting up 31 goals and 51 assists in 36 regular-season games for Brynäs IF. She also added two goals and eleven assists in eight playoff games to her tally.

( 03 July 2021 | mso | Report an error )