Roman Wick made his NLA debut on September 13, 2002 for Kloten. He remained loyal to the Zürcher Unterländer until 2012 – with the exception of three seasons in North America. From 2004 to 2006 he worked in the WHL for the junior teams Red Deer Rebels and Lethbridge Hurricanes. In the 2010/11 season he was under contract with the Ottawa Senators; the Canadians drafted it as number 156 in 2004. However, he only came to seven missions in the NHL, but he won the title in the AHL with the Binghamton Senators.
In 2012 he went to the ZSC, a change with some background noise. With the Lions, he became Swiss champions in 2014 and 2018. In the last three seasons you can only achieve nine goals to become a gifted technician. For Switzerland, Wick took part in two Winter Olympics (2010 and 2014) and three World Championships (2008, 2009 and 2012). In October 2014 he surprisingly resigned from the national team, now he is leaving the ZSC. It is not yet known whether it will stop completely.
Severin Blindenbacher is also leaving the ZSC Lions. The club announced this on Saturday. Blindebacher completed almost 600 games for the ZSC. During this time he was four times Swiss champion, once cup winner, once Champions Hockey League winner and was part of the team that won the Victoria Cup. However, Blindenbacher had to struggle with injuries again and again. So put out of action in the seventh concussion since January 2020. Even with Severin Blindenbacher, it is unclear whether he will continue his career.