Women's Hockey

The 28-year-old forward has signed a one-year deal with the SDHL team, valid until the end of the 2022-23 season.

SIHF / Keystone

"We have, as they say, "unfinished business". I really want to win an SM-gold [win the SDHL title] with Brynäs," Lara Stalder states. "I feel incredibly good both on and off the ice. The team has made great strides and gotten better every year and the journey that Brynäs is making with girls' and women's hockey and all the other work off the ice is fantastic."

Lara Stalder was awarded the title "Best Forward" this season. She also broke her own scoring record in the regular season, with 89 points in 33 games, and also had the highest point-per-game average in the playoffs, recording 1.75 points per game.

( 19 May 2022 | mso )