Online Editor

About Us

Who we are

Originally, started on January 6, 2013 as a Twitter-Newsfeed on the Swiss ice hockey community (note: we are in no way affiliated with the Swiss Ice Hockey Federation). From the very beginning, our goal was to provide a news-service about the Swiss National Leagues and the Swiss players abroad that is as comprehensive and fast as possible.

However, it is not easy in a multi-lingual nation such as Switzerland to bring all the fans together. In order to include as many crazy hockey-people as possible, we decided to run in English. On August 1, 2013 we launched our own website, where we are also able to provide news-stories that are a bit more comprehensive.

Our current team:

Tobi Meyer (tme)


Robin Lüscher (rlu)

Deputy Editor-in-chief

Melanie Sommer (mso)

Online Editor

Bettina Schnider (bsc) Online Editor

Adrian Bürgler (abu) Online Editor

Sascha Keiser (ske)


Janic Köbeli (jko) NHL-writer



We are always looking for passionate hockey fans who are interested in being part of But please note that this project is only driven by passion for ice hockey and that we are not able to pay any salaries.

We are currently looking for

Online Editors

As an online editor of it is your job to regularly screen the online resources and social media for news about the National League A, National League B or the Swiss players abroad and post news, rumors or medical reports directly to our website.

Being an online editor can very well be combined with other works or activities, as it does not need your full attention at any time of day. The amount of working hours per week can be discussed individually.

Time commitment is key. At first, it may also take some time to get used to our way of writing articles. If you already have a good knowledge of English, it won't be an issue to learn this style of writing.

This may sound intimidating, but once you come to grips with it, it will be fairly easy to write articles in a short amount of time. 

To be one of our online editors you need to…
…have a good knowledge of English (sentence structure & orthography)
…have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office
…be also available to take shifts (7am-3pm, 3pm-11pm) or part of them on weekdays, not only on weekends

If you are interested in being a part of and want some more information about it, do not hesitate to get in touch with us by using the contact-form on the right-hand side. We are happy to answer all your questions.

We are looking forward to getting to know you!


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