Ice hockey: The discreet Swiss in the NHL


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Ice HockeyThe discreet Swiss in the NHL

Three Swiss players were lined up in the NHL overnight from Sunday to Monday, without managing to illustrate it on the ice. Only Pius Suter emerged victorious from his duel.

Pius Suter failed to register points for Detroit, who won against Columbus.

Pius Suter failed to register points for Detroit, who won against Columbus.

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Three Swiss have been lined up in the NHL in the five matches scheduled for the night from Sunday to Monday. The happiest of them was Pius Suter, winner with Detroit of the shock against Columbus (4-2), after being beaten the day before by Las Vegas (1-4). The Zurich center spent 12’23 on the ice, sending five shots on the opposing cage, without managing to score. For his part, Timo Meier was defeated 3-6 by Buffalo.

The Appenzeller from San Jose, who scored 23 points this season, finished with a -2 differential. Chicago, with the presence on the ice of the Bernese, Philipp Kurashev, for 19’05, lost in the ice rink of the New York Islanders (3-0).

NHL. Sunday matches.

(SBO)



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