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US News Eisbären Berlin: Després before debut against Wolfsburg

15:15  28 february  2021
15:15  28 february  2021 Source:   ran.de

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newcomer Simon Després will appear for the first time for the Eisbären Berlin in the German Ice Hockey League (DEL) in the home game against the Grizzlys Wolfsburg on Monday evening (8.30 p.m. / Magentasport). "He hasn't played for a while, but made a good impression on the ice," said coach Serge Aubin on Sunday about the massive defender who had completed the first training sessions at his new club in the past few days. «He's a player who brings his experience and greatness to the table. We are glad we have it. "

Mehrere Eishockeyspieler kämpfen um den Puck. © Bernd Thissen / dpa / Symbolbild Several ice hockey players fight for the puck.

The capital city had signed the 29-year-old Canadian a week ago to replace Stefan Espeland, who had migrated to Salzburg. Després, who also played 222 games in the National Hockey League (NHL) over the course of his career, had played for the Swedish first division club IK Oskarshamn last season.

In attack, the Berliners will have to replace Mark Zengerle and Pierre-Cédric Labrie on Monday, as well as Giovanni Fiore, who was injured in the defeat in Bremerhaven on Friday. For him, the 20-year-old Nino Kinder is back in the team, who had played in the DEL 2 for the Lausitzer Füchsen in the past few weeks. "Our young players now have the opportunity to show what they can do," said coach Aubin.

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