In this video we will see what happened on April 28, 2021, when they defeated EHC Kloten in game 6 of the Swiss League final and won the series 4-2 to be ...
Notre équipe #SwissLeague est fin prête pour ce dernier studio en patinoire de la saison! @HC_Ajoie_off - @EHC_Kloten_1934, c'est dans moins d'une heure avec @David_DiPietro, Jérôme Bonnet, @regiscerf, Steve Pochon, @FilionJonathan et Mélissa Varlet!
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