Ice hockey – Boltshauer-Charlin duo to keep Langnau goals
– The Boltshauer-Charlin duo to keep Langnau’s goals
The Emmentalois club has secured the services of two “Romand” goalkeepers. That of Lausanne is committed for two years. And that of Geneva Servette will go on loan for a season.
Genève-Servette and Langnau have reached an agreement for the loan of Stéphane Charlin next season. The Geneva goalkeeper will therefore play the 2022-2023 exercise at Ilfis. He will take advantage of the playing time made available to him by the Bernese team to continue his development.
The Geneva club therefore continues to apply a policy that had already borne fruit in the past with goalkeepers such as Benjamin Conz or even Gauthier Descloux, loaned to other National League clubs to complete their training.
As a goalkeeper, the GSHC already has Gauthier Descloux under contract and has recently hired Robert Mayer. This may also explain this loan.
On the Langnau side, Stéphane Charlin will play in a duo with Luca Boltshauser. The LHC goalkeeper has signed up with Langnau for two seasons. The club formalized this transaction on Monday, which had been in the pipeline for several weeks. The 28-year-old from Zurich has played for the past four years with the Vaudois club and spent his youth at the ZSC Lions.
Alexandre Grenier stays at Ilfis
In addition, the Emmentalois also announced the extension for two years of the contract of their striker Alexandre Grenier. The 30-year-old Canadian, drafted by the Vancouver Canucks in 2011 in the 3rd round, currently sits third in the National League scoring standings with 12 goals and 30 assists in 35 matches.