The Mercedes Benz Fife Flyers have made two signings, winger Brett Bulmer and defencemen Rick Pinkston.
This Morning’s 6 am announcement is that former Edinburgh capitals forward Mike Cazzola has joined the Fife Flyers for the 2018-19 season.
The Mercedes Benz Fife Flyers have are now spoiling the fans with yet another signing announcement this morning, that of the Re-signing of 28 year old 6 foot 1 defence come forward James Isaacs has returned to the club for his third season.
The Mercedes Benz Fife Flyers have made their second signing announcement of the weekend and joining the flyers from the league champion Cardiff Devils is Paul Crowder.
Paul is a 33 year old Victoria B.C native he is a 6 foot 3, 200 pound forward.
He has had an extensive career playing five season in the BCHL with the Powell River Kings, Surrey Eagles and the Coquitlam Express following that he played three years NCAA for the university of Alaska-anchorage,
During his final season with Alaska he joined the Hartford Wolf Pack in the AHL. In the 2010 season he moved to Utah to play for the Grizzlies he played 20 games that season for them then moved on to Wheeling to play for the Nailers for the rest of that season and the following one. During that season he was loaned to the AHL team the Manchester Monarchs.
At the start of the 2012-13 season Paul had moved to Europe for the first time but only played six matches in the EBEL league before moving back to the ECHL and the Wheeling Nailers where he contributed 62 points in the 68 games. The 2012-13 season saw him once again play AHL hockey for two teams the Wilkes-barre/Scranton Penguins and the Milwaukee Admirals. 2013-14 season saw Paul play four matches for the Admirals in the AHL before moving back the ECHL this time with the Cincinnati Cyclones where he had 48 points in 64 games. The following year Crowder only managed 25 games in the ECHL with the Fort Wayne Komets, the 2015-2016 season again saw Crowder move the Europe but he only managed 24 games for Amiens of the French league before again moving back to the ECHL and Fort Wayne Komets.
Two seasons ago Paul didn’t play at all and last year of course we all saw him play for the Elite league Champions the Cardiff Devils.
On Joining Fife Paul said “I’m really excited to be joining the Flyers for the upcoming season, I hope to help build on the success they had last season, They have an exciting style of play and I can’t wait to get the season underway and play in front of the Flyers fans.”
Head Coach Todd Dutiaume said “Paul is an experienced player that will help strengthen our squad, we were impressed with him last season whenever we played against the Devils. He will be an experienced, reliable player for us, Paul is keen to help us win some more silverware this season and is a solid signing for us.”
The Mercedes Benz Fife Flyers have made another signing announcement this morning and it’s the first defencemen on the roster this year.
Welcome to Fife, former Breahead Clan and Sheffield Steelers D man Scott Aarssen.
This Summer 4 European teams will travel across the waters to face Manchester Storm and Fife Flyers in what has been dubbed as a 4 Nations Showcase. I take a look at the first two teams to face the EIHL sides all the way from the Metal Ligaen of Denmark.
The University of Manitoba Bisons are no strangers to European Hockey and have made it a regular occurrence to challenge teams during their Summer off season from across the pond and beyond in preparation for the season ahead. This year the Bisons will challenge Patton Conference Champions Manchester Storm, Gardiner Conference Champions Fife Flyers and Challenge Cup winners Belfast Giants.
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