Recommendation: Sykora was hoping to land an NHL job, but he couldn't find a taker, so he decided to head to Switzerland to play. Sykora could still wind up in the NHL this season, but he will have to clear waivers before signing with a team of his choice.
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Update: Sykora signed a contract with SC Bern in Switzerland on Tuesday, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
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