Tyler Seguin opted to head to Switzerland after the NHL Lockout knocked him out of his position, and now Andrew Ference and Dennis Seidenberg have also made some decisions, as both look across The Pond to lace their skates up.
Ference already noted earlier this week that he will be heading to HC Ceske Budejovice of the Czech Extraliga on Oct. 7 if the NHLPA and NHL don't get their acts together and come to terms.
Now, Seidenberg has come out to say that the will play for Adler Mannheim and could play with them as early as September 28. Seidenberg and fellow German colleague Marcel Goc (Florida Panthers) both made the leap, though travel arrangements have not yet been made by Seidenberg.
One of the benefits of Seidenberg heading back to play with Adler is that he will have the chance to play with his brother Yannic back in Germany, something that he's thought about recently.