Formation Suisse - Jeux Olympiques d'hiver 2010
P Player Birthdate Club team
P Joueur Naissance Équipe
G Martin Gerber 03.09.1974 Atlant Mytishchi, RUS
G Jonas Hiller 12.02.1982 Anaheim Ducks, NHL
G Tobias Stephan 21.01.1984 Geneva-Servette
D Goran Bezina 21.03.1980 Geneva-Servette
D Severin Blindenbacher 15.03.1983 Färjestad Karlstad, SWE
D Rafael Diaz 09.01.1986 EV Zug
D Roman Josi 01.06.1990 SC Bern
D Luca Sbisa 09.01.1990 Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL
D Mathias Seger 17.12.1977 ZSC Lions Zurich
D Mark Streit 11.12.1977 New York Islanders, NHL
D Yannick Weber 23.09.1988 Hamilton Bulldogs, AHL
F/A Andres Ambühl 14.09.1983 Hartford Wolf Pack, AHL
F/A Thomas Déruns 01.03.1982 Geneva-Servette
F/A Hnat Domenichelli 17.02.1976 HC Lugano
F/A Sandy Jeannin 28.02.1976 HC Fribourg-Gottéron
F/A Thibaut Monnet 02.02.1982 ZSC Lions Zurich
F/A Thierry Paterlini 27.04.1975 Rapperswil-Jona Lakers
F/A Martin Plüss 05.04.1977 SC Bern
F/A Kevin Romy 31.01.1985 HC Lugano
F/A Ivo Rüthemann 12.12.1976 SC Bern
F/A Raffaele Sannitz 18.05.1983 HC Lugano
F/A Julien Sprunger 04.01.1986 HC Fribourg-Gottéron
F/A Roman Wick 30.12.1985 Kloten Flyers
  • Switzerland is relying on a young defence corps. Four defencemen are 24 years of age or younger and have a combined experience of three World Championships.
  • Switzerland is the only country that has players from the 2010 World U20 Championship on its Olympic roster, with blueliners Roman Josi and Luca Sbisa.
  • Sixteen of the 23 players play in the Swiss National League A, followed by the NHL (2), AHL (2), Russia (1), Sweden (1) and the WHL (1).
  • Two Canadian-born players are not part of the team. Paul DiPietro and Ryan Gardner were not included, but there’s a new Canadian-born player. Hnat Domenichelli is the only roster player that is not Swiss-trained.
  • Eighteen players were on the team that represented Switzerland at the 2009 Worlds on home ice in Berne, while 10 players participated in the 2006 Olympics.