The LHC striker is committed to at least 2022 at the GSHC. Bozon and Cajka should go the other way.
Joel Vermin will be a Genève-Servette player next season. As announced for more than a month, the striker of Lausanne HC will take the path of Vernets. The site watson.ch announced Monday than the Bernese 28 years had committed to the GSHC until 2022, with two additional years optional.
The Cajka surprise
In return, Tim Bozon will play in Lausanne as expected. More surprisingly, the German-speaking media further specifies that the promising garnet Petr Cajka (19 years and 5 matches played in the National League) could also be involved in this second exchange between the two Lake Geneva clubs. According to our information, the case would indeed be concluded and would indeed include the young Cajka.
Joel Vermin (98 points in 146 matches with the LHC) had become undesirable in Lausanne after a personal conflict that erupted with teammate Luca Boltshauser in July. At the end of August, Tyler Moy had been traded by the Vaudois in Geneva in exchange for attackers Guillaume Maillard and Floran Douay. A first transaction which was already linked to «case» Vermin.
Reunion with Richard
At the end of the lake, the latter will notably find Tanner Richard. The two men had played together in Syracuse (AHL) between 2014 and 2017. They have remained very close since their common experience in North America. Nwords.
Lausanne and Geneva do not have officialisé lThere is news for now, but the summer saga of Swiss hockey is coming to an end.
Posted: 09/14/2020, 10:03 PM