World Sulzer warns of fatal consequences for the DEL

09:25  29 october  2020
09:25  29 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The former German national ice hockey player Alexander Sulzer (36) has warned of the fatal consequences of a complete cancellation of the DEL season.

Sorgt sich um die Zukunft der DEL: Ex-Nationalspieler Alexander Sulzer. © Oliver Mehlis / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa worries about the future of the DEL: Ex-national player Alexander Sulzer.

“It is existentially important that the season takes place - for the future of German ice hockey and for each individual player. If the DEL games are on hold for a year and a half, it would be difficult for all players to come back after such a long break, "said the managing director of the new ice hockey players' union SVE in an interview with the" Kölnische Rundschau "and added:" That would also mean a severe weakening for the national team. The offspring would also be affected. "

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