ZVOLEN – Participant of the highest Slovenian hockey competition HKM Zvolen announced two steps in his squad. The current leader of the league table leaves the attacker Patrika Lušňak on his own request.
The former Slovak national team played 29 major games with 5 goals and 8 assists, following the great health problems that last season had to face. According to the official website of HKM Zvolen, the 30-year-old striker did not feel the ideal comfort of the game, so he decided to leave Zvolen.
On the other hand, Canadian defenseman Mark Fraser has become a new defensive light player. This 32-year-old parent from Ottawa has a wealth of NHL experience abroad. In 2005 he chose New Jersey Devils in 84th place. He joined the world's most prestigious hockey team in 223 doubles, winning 23 Canadian points (4 + 19).
Interestingly, however, is 309 minutes of punishment. In addition to the "diabol", she was also dressed in Toronto Maple Leafs and Edmonton Oilers. Fraser worked last time in Finnish TPS Turku. The information is provided by the official website of HKM Zvolen.
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