In the Swiss top league, NLA, each regular season top scorer of the men’s and women’s teams were handed over a check by the Mobiliar. This money is also aimed for promoting young talents of the floorball clubs.
This season Billy Nilsson (Zug United), Corin Rüttimann (Piranha Chur) and Simone Wyss (Wizards Bern Burgdorf) have collected the most points and thus the most money.
With the end of the regular season, the most point collectors of each NLA team were decided. During the first play-off home games, the NLA top scorers received a personal check from the Mobiliar, the main partner of the Swiss Floorball Association.
The amount of points collected by the top scorer decides how much money will be available for his/her clubs’ junior department. This way, the Mobiliar does not only promote today’s top scorers, but also those of tomorrow. Overall, Mobiliar is investing a total of CHF 100,000 in the top-scorer engagement. The top league scorers this season were Billy Nilsson from Zug United and Corin Rüttimann from Piranha Chur. Corin Rüttimann and Simone Wyss of the Wizards have exactly the same number of points, but Rüttimann has won the ranking as she scored two goals more.
Billy Nilsson (Zug United): 54 points (19 + 35)
Paolo Riedi (Chur Unihockey): 46 points (27 + 19)
Joël Rüegger (GC Zürich): 45 points (23 + 22)
Simon Suter (UHC Uster): 42 points (27 + 15)
Deny Känzig (SV Wiler-Ersigen): 42 points (24 + 18)
Patrik Doza (Floorball Köniz): 38 points (15 + 23)
Michael Schiess (Waldkirch-St. Gallen): 36 points (19 + 17)
Simon Flühmann (Tigers Langnau): 35 points (16 + 19)
Dan Hartmann (UHC Alligator Malans): 32 points (19 + 13)
Michel Wöcke (HC Rychenberg Winterthur): 32 points (16 + 16)
Yannick Jaunin (Kloten-Dietlikon Jets): 30 points (21 + 9)
David Simek (UHC Thun): 26 points (15 + 11)
Corin Rüttimann (piranha chur): 46 points (28 + 18)
Simone Wyss (Wizards Bern Burgdorf): 46 points (26 + 20)
Michelle Wiki (Kloten-Dietlikon Jets): 39 points (23 + 16)
Senni Hietanen (Unihockey Berner Oberland): 33 points (24 + 9)
Nathalie Spichiger (Skorpion Emmental Zollbrück): 29 points (20 + 9)
Andrea Wildermuth (UHC Laupen ZH): 27 points (16 + 11)
Fabienne Walther (Aergera Giffers): 25 points (13 + 12)
Alexandra Frick (R.A. Rychenberg Winterthur): 22 points (17 + 5)
Ronja Bichsel (Zug United): 14 points (9 + 5)
Milena Mahler (UH Red Lions Frauenfeld): 10 points (8 + 2)
Source: swiss unihockey