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09:44 14-April-2017

New right wing duo in Erlangen

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Written by: Rasmus Boysen

Maximilian Lux is promoted to the 1st team of HC Erlangen - Kevin Herbst leaves the club.

The ambitious German Bundesliga club HC Erlangen is going to have a new constellation on the right wing position after this season. 

It is already clear that the German national player of MT Melsungen, Johannes Sellin, replaces the current right wing in HC Erlangen, Ole Rahmel, who has signed a contract with THW Kiel from next season (read more here).

Now it is also clear, that Maximilian Lux will be the 2nd pick on the right wing position from next season. The 21-year-old German has signed his first pro-contract with HC Erlangen to the summer of 2019. He replaces the current right wing of the club, the 23-year-old German Kevin Herbst, who leaves the club.

Maximilian Lux is very pleased with the agreement "The fact that the club places this trust in me and gives me the chance to prove myself in the Bundesliga makes me very proud. I will do everything I can to repay this trust. "

HC Erlangen is at the moment placed 8th in the Bundesliga.

HC Erlangen has recently also signed the experienced Slovenian goalkeeper of PSG, Gorazd Škof (read more here).

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