“Seven fractures and 100 stitches…”

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He has been plagued by injuries throughout his hockey career.
Now Simon Ericsson is forced to put his skates on the shelf, just 24 years old.
– I would have liked to have waited for this announcement, he says in an initial statement.

The senior career took off in the parent club Tyringe and division 2 as early as the 2013/14 season as a 15-year-old. Simon Ericsson helped the team up to HockeyEttan and then took the step even higher himself.

Move to SHL

In the 2017/18 season, he moved to Malmö Redhawks and was selected for three SHL matches. But then the problems began for the young back.

181106 Simon Ericsson of Malmö Redhawks during the warm-up prior to the CHL game between Malmö Redhawks and Bern on November 6, 2018 in Malmö. Photo: Petter Arvidson / BILDBYRÅN / code PA / 92146

Ericsson has been plagued by injury problems for large parts of his hockey career and instead of everything taking off in the SHL, it soon became a step down in the league system. A loan to IK Pantern then led to a loan back to Tyringe again.

Shocking message

Last season he was back in the HockeyAllsvenskan again with Kristianstad, but a very nasty knee injury kept Ericsson out of the entire last season. He was forced to have double operations and the goals were suddenly completely different for the hockey defender.

201021 Tyringe’s Simon Ericsson depresses during the ice hockey match in HockeyEttan Södra between Tyringe and Troja Ljungby on October 21, 2020 in Tyringe. Photo: Petter Arvidson / BILDBYRÅN / code PA / PA0086

Before the new season, he moved back to Tyringe again to find his way back to the security of the parent club in HockeyEttan. But now comes the new shock news for Simon Ericsson.

“100 stitches”

There won’t even be a game in Tyringe for him. The club now announces on its official website that Ericsson is forced to put the skates on the shelf for good due to his injury concerns.

A nightmare message for a mere 24-year-old.
– I would have liked to have waited a couple of years for this announcement. But injuries unfortunately belong to the world’s most enjoyable sport. Seven fractures, around 100 stitches and now a sixth operation later, it’s time for me to hang up the skates, says Ericsson in a first statement.

In addition to 3 SHL matches and 1 CHL match with the Malmö Redhawks, there are also 29 matches in the HockeyAllsvenskan for the Panthers on the merit list.

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