Full name: Luzius RÃ¼edi
Born: June 12, 1900 in Thusis, GraubÃ¼nden, Switzerland
Died: July 19, 1993 in ZÃ¼rich, ZÃ¼rich, Switzerland
Affiliations: HC Davos, Davos (SUI)
Sport: Ice Hockey
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
Luzius RÃ¼edi was born in Thusis but grew up in Davos and played defense for HC Davos from 1922-30, then played one season with ZÃ¼rich AEHC, before finishing his career with two seasons on the ice for Grasshopper Club ZÃ¼rich, retiring in 1933. He won four Swiss titles with HC Davos in 1926-27, and 1929-30. RÃ¼edi played for Switzerland at the 1930 World Championships, winning a bronze medal. That same year he also helped HC Davos to a runner-up finish in the Spengler Cup tournament, after helping them win that crown in 1927.
RÃ¼edi graduated from the ZÃ¼rich University School of Medicine in 1925 and later practised as an otolaryngologist in Vienna (Wien) and Bern. In 1948 he became director of University Hospital in ZÃ¼rich, where he served as an otolaryngology professor through 1970.
|1928 Winter||27||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Men's Ice Hockey||Switzerland||SUI||3||Bronze|
|1928 Winter||27||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Switzerland||SUI||Final Standings||3||1928-02-11||0||0||0|
|1928 Winter||27||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Switzerland||SUI||Final Round||Match #2||1||1928-02-17||SUI 4, GBR 0||0|
|1928 Winter||27||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Switzerland||SUI||Final Round||Match #4||2||1928-02-18||SWE 4, SUI 0||0|
|1928 Winter||27||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Switzerland||SUI||Final Round||Match #5||2||1928-02-19||CAN 13, SUI 0||0|
|1928 Winter||27||Sankt Moritz||Ice Hockey||Switzerland||SUI||Group C||Match #3||1||1928-02-16||SUI 1, GER 0||0|