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Canada ice hockey professional Friesen does not come to Iserlohn

16:40  12 august  2020
16:40  12 august  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Dustin Friesen am Puck. © picture alliance / dpa / archive image Dustin Friesen on the puck.

ice hockey professional Dustin Friesen will not appear for the Iserlohn Roosters in the coming DEL season. The 37-year-old German-Canadian had actually decided to move to the Seilersee in April, but is now accepting a trainer offer from his native Canada due to the corona situation. The Sauerlanders expressed understanding for Friesen's private situation and are now looking for a short-term replacement for the defender.

“I was really looking forward to being part of the roosters and the new team. Now, at short notice, the opportunity has arisen to start as a coach in an academy in Saskatchewan near my home, ”explained Friesen in a club announcement on Wednesday. "It was a very difficult decision, but because of the uncertainties caused by the Corona crisis and the associated risk of not seeing my family for a long time, I made this decision."

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