National League: GE-Servette continues against Langnau –

National League: GE-Servette continues against Langnau –
National League: GE-Servette continues against Langnau –

GE-Servette signed a second win in a row. The Garnets won 5-1 at Vernets against Langnau. With 7 wins in their last 8 matches, the Garnets are undeniably better.

Coach Jan Cadieux’s players hardly suffered against the Emmentalois except for a short spell in the first third. Joël Vermin’s double in this first period avoided any inconvenience. The Bernese comes to recall to the good memory of Patrick Fischer at the appropriate time when the list of players selected for the Olympics will be published on Tuesday.

Vatanen en verve

Often decried, the Finnish defender Sami Vatanen scored a goal (a beautiful missile) and 2 assists, thus scoring points for the 5th time in a row.

The Genevans did well to take points this week. The next one promises to be crazy with 4 matches including 2 at home in 2 days against Lausanne and Fribourg-Gottéron, a trip to Rapperswil and the reception of Biel. For the Tigers, the winter is long with a 7th loss in a row.

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GE-Servette – Fribourg-Gottéron rescheduled on January 19

The National League match between Genève-Servette and Fribourg-Gottéron, which could not be played on Tuesday January 11, is postponed to Wednesday January 19 at 7:45 p.m.

National League, 43rd day (14.01)

National League (14.01)

1.Fribourg 34 m. 2,08 pt/m
2.Zug 33 1.97
3.Rapperswil 36 1,86
4.Biel 36 1.83
5.Davos 35 1,80
6.Zurich 35 1,77
7.Lugano 34 1,45
8.Lausanne 34 1,44
9.Geneva 35 1.43
10.Berne 35 1,31
11.Ambri 37 1,16
12.Langnau 37 0,86
13.Ajoie 34 0,52

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