Perhaps he was not always at the top of his game in Fribourg but we think that the Dragons will miss him. We have the impression that Jonas Holos was underrated We mean, if youre looking for an offensive defenseman who can be a scoring machine, Jonas is not your guy. Instead, if youre looking for a rock solid defensive defenseman, Jonas is the one you want on your team.
Moreover, he won two titles with Bern and three NLB titles, one with Bienne and one with Lausanne. Its likely that the name Jrmie Kamerzin doesnt make the fans salivating yet, were talking about a solid defensive defenseman who always did a good job and collected over 350 NLA appearances. We mean, Jrmie knows what to play for a winning team means and thats important.
Away from home instead, Jalonens troops won 3 games out of 5, they scored 15 goals and conceded 9. Not for nothing, they won 5 of their last 6 games. Bern won last night against Fribourg Gottron and therefore extended to 2-games their winning run after the defeat suffered in Langnau. Also less than 24 hours ago, the Mutzen proved to be some sort of perfect machine.
The Dragons have won one of their last three games in the NLA, over Kloten, but have however won five of their last eight in the league (one in OT). Fribourgs qualification to the CHL Quarter-Finals over KalPa was an eye-opener considering their really poor domestic form. Sitting just one place above last, they have 23 points from 20 games and a 5-3-2-10 record overall. Theyre largely in such a low place due to a terrible start which saw them win only two of their opening 10 matches.
One can have doubts about the defense though Jonas Holos departure is hard to digest and the player wasnt really replaced. Especially Laurent Meunier, always gave his heart and soul and were pretty sure he was even an example to follow in the dressing room. Moreover, the departures of Jim Slater (and his charisma) and Laurent Meunier (who hung up his skates) are not to be underestimated.
On paper, such a player is the real deal. Perfect thanks to his professionalism. Obviously David Deschernais whos coming back to Fribourg and Viktor Stalberg are great additions In our opinion, however, Ryan Gunderson is the best transfer. Hes been one of the best defensemen in the SHL (Swedish Hockey League) for years and he even earned the nickname Mr.
Bern have the best home record in the whole of the NLA, boasting just one regulation loss in 10 games. The Bears at home average 3,6 goals a game, while giving up less than two, so its easy to see why theyve been so dominant. Eight wins and a 1-point loss have given them 25 points from 10 games, while they have won seven straight at home in the NLA not losing since 23 September on their own ice.
this evening the Zurich Lions and Friborg-Gotteron meet in the best league in men's ice hockey in Switzerland and here in this match I take a bet that it ends with less than 5.5 goals. they do not usually score as many goals but have a solid defensive. The home team is an excellent team in this row and they are a team that has a good defense.
Its a month to the day that Bern lost their last game. Season record: 12-2-2-4. Bern put on a great performance in Jyvaskyla to eliminate JYP and reach the CHLs Last 8 during the past week, and have one of the best recent records in both the NLA and European hockey in general. With eight straight NLA wins, and only one loss in their last 11 league games overall, Bern have streamed up the standings to be hot on the heals of ZSC Lions. The Bears are one point off top spot with two games in hand thanks to their recent run, making up for an early season where they won only five from 10.
The visitors scorers instead were Ramon Untersander, Simon Bodenmann and Samuel Kreis. The Dragons last home win against the Mutzen dates back to February 27, 2016, when they earned a 5-3 win at the BCF Arena. Yannick Rathgeb, Marc-Antoine Pouliot, Colby Genoway, Alexandre Picard and Greg Mauldin earned the win for the hosts. Fribourg Gottron lost their last 4 home games against Bern.