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The 29-year-old forward is in possession of an NHL out clause for this summer. It is, however, not clear how COVID-19 will impact it all.

Tristan Scherwey
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"I'm really hoping to have an opportunity in the NHL next season. With what I went through last year in Ottawa, I want to go back," Scherwey tells Cyrill Pasche of Sport-Center (published on Le Matin). He adds that he has been told by his representative in North America that a few teams are interested in his profile, among them the Ottawa Senators who gave him a chance last season.

Given that the NHL has tentative return to play plans for this summer, the 2020-21 season might start as late as December. This makes it difficult for NHL teams to already think about adding potential players. Additionally, Scherwey's out clause is only valid until July 15, but he remains optimistic: "Given the exceptional situation, I am convinced that I will find an arrangement with SC Bern."

( 28 May 2020 | mso )
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