Romain Chuard, Thomas Heinimann et Nicolas Leonelli à Olten
A word from the President - November the 5th, 2016
A word of the President - October 28th, 2016
A word of the President - October 21th, 2016
A word of the President - October 14th, 2016
A word from the President - October 7th, 2016
Message from the President - September 2016
Fribourg is beaten, next opponent is Lugano
The Dragon is still alive
A big step
Every emotions in hockey
On the right foot
3rd place and Fribourg
Until night's end
Back in second place
Another derby, another win
News from the infirmary
Genève-Servette Hockey Club’s infirmary was particularly busy these last few days with Matthew Lombardi, Kevin Romy, Eliot Antonietti and Tim Traber joining the already injured Cody Almond, Christophe Bays and Alexandre Picard.
The latter will have to see a hand specialist after he was found to have a bone cyst. Additional tests should give the club an idea of when the player will be fit to play again.
Eliot Antonietti will also have to undergo additional tests on his knee. A first MRI on Friday did not reveal the whole extent of the injury.
Matthew Lombardi suffered ligament damage on his ankle. He will have to rest for up to eight weeks.
Out of all of last weekend’s injuries, Tim Traber will be out the longest since he has torn his medial collateral knee ligament. Tim should be out for three months.
Finally, and contrary to what the media reported last weekend, Kevin Romy did not suffer concussion. The puck hit him on the ear during the match against Lugano and doctors advised him not to play on Friday but he has already started to train normally again.