Brendan Brooks in Swiss-A National League with SCL Tigers

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Brooks playing Norway in 2008.

Brendan Brooks played one season in the Ontario Hockey League split between two teams. In 1997-98, Brendan played 57 games in total, 25 with the Owen Sound Platers and 32 with the North Bay Centennials.

This past season, Brooks played in the Swiss-A National League with the SCL Tigers. He finished 12th in league scoring, despite being on a team that finished second last in the 12 team league.

Between the OHL and Switzerland, Brendan played on 12 different teams in the North American minors in the AHL, ECHL, IHL and UHL as well as Norway.

The SCL Tigers play out of Langnau im Emmental, a small town between Bern and Lucerne in somewhat central Switzerland. The team plays out of the Ilfus Stadium which has a capacity of 6500 spectators for hockey.

The team has great player profile pages on their official website and Brendan’s can be found here. The site is German only so you might want to refer to our German Hockey Language Guide for a little help in navigating.

Check out these previous posts on OHL alumni playing in Switzerland:

Cory Pecker with EHC Visp

Two OHL grads with ZSC Lions


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