Davos stay top of table

Zug's Ralph Bundi (left) seizes the puck from Lausanne's Serge Poudrier Keystone

Swiss ice hockey league leaders, Davos, remain top of the standings after drawing 2-2 away to Rapperswil.

This content was published on December 8, 2001 - 11:53

Davos put up a poor showing against the home side, who are ranked 10th in the overall standings.

Zug, by contrast, were firmly in control of their match, winning a 4-1 victory against Lausanne, to climb to second spot in the rankings.

Lower down the table, Lugano displaced Fribourg from fourth position after wiping out the side 5-0 in Friday's game

Sixth placed Kloten also had little difficulty against lingerers, Chur, defeating the Graudunden team 4-1 to retain sixth place.

Friday's top division results in full:

Bern 2-1 Ambri
Chur 1-4 Kloten
Lausanne 1-4 Zug
Lugano 5-0 Fribourg
Rapperswil 2-2 Davos
Zurich Lions 2-1 SCL Tigers

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