After thirteen straight season with HC Fribourg-Gottéron and without being offered another contract extension, Benjamin Plüss has decided not to look for new team but to finally put an end to his professional career.

Photo  ROBERT HRADIL / RVS MEDIA

The ex-Swiss international made his NLA debut with SC Langnau (future SCL Tigers) in 2001, before he joined HC Fribourg-Gottéron as of the 2003-04 season. For the Dragons, the 37-year-old left winger was able to put up 207 goals and 221 assists in a total of 660 NLA-games.

In the jersey of the Swiss national team, Plüss appeared in 55 games and participated at two World Championships. Together with his compatriots, the native of Bülach could celebrate the win of the Silver medal at the 2013 World Championships in Stockholm and Helsinki. (rlu)

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