Willy Riedi (20)
The Zürcher unterländer is a good example that tenacity pays off. Never a great Talent traded, he established himself with 20 in the case of the GCK Lions in the Swiss League. A long time he was one of the Smallest, says Riedi. "I grew up within two years of 25 centimeters. 15, 16." In the meantime, he is 1,87 meters tall – a good measure of a power wing. He says: "I am one who must work hard the body, the Puck conquer and in front of the gate of bruises plug. A guy like Chris Baltisberger, or Fabrice Herzog."
Leo Schumacher, his Coach at GCK, attested Riedi is an excellent setting and praises next to its strength also the good shot. He had to of on the Runner. And he does also. Among other things, in a summer Skills Camp in Tampa Bay. Riedi comes vomEV Dielsdorf-Niederhasli and 2018, has completed the KV-teaching. Currently, he still makes a training as a dietician. He is the Only one of the quintet who has no ZSC-contract. In the case of the GCK Lions he signed until 2021. By then, he wants to gain a foothold in the National League foot.
Alexander brown (22)
The winner in the spe
A jump into the cold water be the first ZSC-been games, says brown. And adds: "There is still much to improve on. But I can grab it." Miles grew up, he learned the Hockey craft in Küsnacht. In the meantime, he already has five seasons in the Swiss League and has developed into a power rack. "I am one who must check in," he says. "So I come into the game. And I also know that the next season." He starts at the ZSC as a defender number 9.
As Jonas Siegenthaler is brown, the son of a Thai woman and a Swiss father. "The Size I from the father have," he says with a grin. 1.87 meters, he was well qualified. In addition to the ice hockey he studied business Economics at the distance University of applied Sciences in the rain village, as Lukas Flüeler. He is in the second Semester.
Daniel Guntern (23)
Guntern occurs in the large footsteps of Niklas Schlegel, who was for years a luxury solution than number 2. "I like to give Niklas what he has achieved," he says. "He is a good friend. But he was also once at the same point as me. As I try now to launch my career."
goalie coach Markus Peter, whose school already Genoni, Berra, or Schlegel are gone to trust it Guntern: "He has developed in the Swiss League, constantly, for him it is the right time for this step. Nyffeler, Boltshauser, or Schlegel came with less experience in the National League."
From the physique, is Guntern is to compare with Schlegel. "We are both rather smaller types, you need to get more with the athletics," says of the 1.80-Meter-man. "My strength is mobility." Peter responsiveness to certify him. In contrast to Schlegel Guntern is on the ice is very communicative. To fight he had so far with the consistency. He himself says, in the case of strength and stamina he needed to still, and Lukas Flüeler he could learn when it comes to rest quite a bit. Guntern grew up on schaffhauserplatz, in the Region of the indoor stadium.
Yannick Brüschweiler (19)
The talented technicians
in Addition to Guntern stand Brüschweiler of the young last the most in focus. Coach Arno Del Curto-nominated the trick of wings rich even in the first Powerplay. In the case of the GCK Lions he came in, after a slow start to the season getting back into the swing. Played a role as well as the trust he gassed up at the U-20 world Cup in Vancouver. With three goals he was the second-best Swiss scorer and managed on NHL draft lists.
Runner-versed and technically, it could, Yes, he still has to gain mass. Of small on in the ZSC organization, was his role model earlier Luca Cunti. In the meantime he raves about Auston Matthews, whose career he followed closely. In the summer he closes the KV-education at United School. Then he can devote himself entirely to the hockey. He received the ZSC a two-year contract.
Justin Sigrist (19)
Sigrist played not only at theu-20 world Cup, and usually at the GCK Lions with Brüschweiler, the two are also the game types are fairly similar. Also, he is a creative player with fine hands and running abilities, he can physically still. He learned, among other things, Overseas – 2017/18, he played for Kamloops in the highest canadian Junior level (WHL). Unlike Brüschweiler Center Sigrist. GCK-Coach Leo Schumacher emphasizes his Overview: "He can make his wings better."
Because of the North America-year Sigrist completes the KV-teaching in the United School in 2020. The ZSC Lions believe in him, as they demonstrated with a three-year contract. The Only one of the quintet he is not a Zurich – it comes as Mathias Seger from Uzwil. And there he lives still. The Commute has become easier, since he has the ticket.
Created: 22.03.2019, 23:20 PM