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mt_ignoreA couple of days ago, Sven Lindemann told the Berner Zeitung that he had not received a contract offer from the SCL Tigers yet. Now, the 37-year-old has extended his contract with the Tigers.
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As the Berner Zeitung has learned, Sven Lindemann seems to have signed a new contract on Monday. How long the native of Chur will stay with the Tigers is not yet known. However, the confirmation by the club should follow soon. In addition, the Tigers can also imagine signing Kevin Clark to a contract extension. But they are in no hurry, there.

Lindemann joined the SCL Tigers in 2014 when they were still in the NLB and contributed 38 points (21 goals, 17 assists) to their promotion to the National League A. This season, he has put up 18 points (eight goals, ten assists) in 44 games so far. (tme)

UPDATE The SCL Tigers confirm that they have signed their 37-year-old forward Sven Lindemann to a new one-year contract until the end of the 2016-17 season. - 24 February 2016, 9:03 AM

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