Present in Graben, Mark Streit wants more dialogue and more ambition for Swiss hockey

Hugo Da Custodia

PR journalist

HC Sierre lost for the 6th time in a row on Tuesday evening in the Swiss League. A defeat conceded against La Chaux-de-Fonds with a score of 6 to 2. This match was watched by a very special spectator, the first Swiss outfield player to play in the NHL: Mark Streit. His interview.

Mark Streit remains very popular. Many people took advantage of his presence in Sierre to exchange a few words or ask for a photo. Retired from the ice rinks since the end of 2017, the man with nearly 800 NHL matches has directly started his reconversion as the founder of a watch brand but also as a manager, since he sits in the management of CP Bern. With his experience, the former hockey player is completely legitimate to talk about his sport. And according to him, the discipline is doing well in Switzerland despite some additional efforts to be made in terms of collective work, dialogue between the leagues or even a change of mentality at the youth level. His interview can be found here.


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