Lara Stalder took two silvers with Linköping and today ended her career in the SDHL with a third straight silver with Brynäs.

- I'm pretty empty. It's a lot of emotion," she said.

During her years in the league, the 28-year-old has broken several scoring records and she was also the first player to win the Golden Helmet as the league's MVP.

She brings a lot with her despite the missing golds.

"It's been a long journey. I am proud to have been a part of Brynäs and made women's hockey grow. I've grown a lot as a person and as a player. I am grateful and learned about life. Ultimately, it's all about hockey and you win and lose.

Stalder's career continues in Switzerland where she wants to develop women's hockey. She is done for the club Zug who start a team in the second league.