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Puschtra Buibm – HC Pustertal Attack

Puschtra Buibm – HC Pustertal Attack


HC Pustertal is always particularly happy when boys from their youth find a place in the first team. Also in the third year of affiliation with the league, space, ice age, and responsibility for local players must be paid for, and thus the following players will appear for the Wolves.

Simon Berger stays, Lucas DiLorenzo Meo comes to stay this time and Lenny Hasler returns.

Lenny (Leonard Ludwig) Hasler already makes a positive impression on his ice hockey league debut. After his stint at HCP Junior, the forward played and worked his way through the IHL (Brixen), Alps Hockey League (HCP) to the U20 National Team and finally to the ICE (HC Pustertal, 2012/22). Last season was a starless one: The American Adventure ended early, with Rittner Buam permanently injured after just one use — the signs practically point to a fresh start. The 19-year-old shooter was only able to train again at the end of the 2023 season and now he is eager to fight for a regular place at HC Pustertal.

Lenny Hassler: “I want to develop as a hockey player but also as a person and prove that I can help the team. I am very much looking forward to getting back on the ice with the team and, of course, to the first games. We’ve been in summer training for a few weeks now and I can’t wait to see you all in the arena in August!”

Lukas De Lorenzo Meo has also secured a contract with Wolves. The winger also comes from the HCP Junior tank and can already count on 3 years of experience in the Alps Hockey League with HC Pustertal (2018-2021, 16 points scorer). The beginning of Bruneck’s “ICE” era often only brought the hard bench, which is why, in retrospect, going to farm teams was the way to go. Across Toblach (2021/22) and Sterzing (2022/23), the left-handed shooter is back in the field of view and satisfied on his return in the Wolves jersey. Coach Falton and the fans saw Di Lorenzo as a bright spot at the end of the season. Now it has to go on like this for 21-year-old Bronnecker.

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Luc DiLorenzo Meo: “I’m looking forward to a full stadium and will do everything I can to keep improving and get as much ice time as possible. It’s a great honor to play for your hometown club and represent the colors of our valley. We want to get back on track and attack fully.”

Simon Berger, on the other hand, is already a seat on the Wolves’ team and game. The 23-year-old spent 4 years abroad as a teenager: After HCP Junior, he was finalized with Sterzing Broncos (1 year old) and Tölzer Löwen to return to HC Pustertal in the Alps Hockey League. After a number of junior world championships, Berger is now part of the national team’s expanding circuit. From 2018 to 2021, the tireless Alpine scoundrel played an increasingly important role with HCP. Berger moved to the ICE Hockey League mainly because of his commitment and cool style of play. A 12-point scorer and plenty of ice time left over from his first two years as a professional ice hockey player. At the end of the season, the striker wasn’t above making the playoffs with his farm team, the Sterzing Broncos (7 games, 4 points).

Simon Berger: “We have to start last year, look forward and start with fresh momentum. Our goal is to get to the playoffs, which everyone will do their best for. Most of all, I’m looking forward to a sold-out yard and the fans, who are always our seventh man. Will They once again provide great atmosphere and scenery this year!”

Now the three real attack Puschtra Buibm will be successful with Wolves. As always, HCP starts snow training at the beginning of August, and of course dry training is already in full swing under the direction of René Baur.

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