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It’s not just in Montreal where it was Reinbacher before Michkov
Yesterday afternoon, colleague Marc-Olivier Cook discussed the possibility of David Reinbacher leaving Kloten soon.

After all, the team has acquired 20-year-old defenseman Dario Sidley. But according to the latest news from Arpon Basu, Sidley’s acquisition is to replace another defender, who is currently on loan from Bern.

The new addition will not replace the Austrian, therefore.

With the acquisition of Sidley, we had every reason to believe that Reinbacher could prepare to come to North America. His Swiss team won’t be making the playoffs (although they may take part in the relegation matches).

But for now, the Canadiens’ protégé isn’t thinking about that. He wants to contribute to the success (or lack of it) of his current team.

And as for the organization, according to Basu, it hasn’t contacted GM Larry Mitchell about the matter.

In response to Basu’s thread , Anthony Marcotte reminded us that Reinbacher’s place is safe in Laval and is eagerly awaited.

We know that EHC Kloten won’t be making the playoffs, but if the club were to participate in the relegation matches, it would delay the defender’s arrival in town. Obviously, we don’t want that.

Kloten’s final desired ranking is therefore 11th or 12th. The top six places make the playoffs, and the teams in seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth place will compete for two playoff spots (as in the NBA). Nothing happens with 11th and 12th place, and finally, 13th and 14th place will battle it out in a two-of-three to maintain their place in the NL.

Currently, Larry Mitchell’s team is in 13th place, six points behind 12th.

In gusto

– The Rocket is in action tonight.

– The guys are ready.

– It’s clear.

– Matt Murray, back in Toronto after the season? [HF]

– No?

– Ah well.

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