Since signing his first professional contract with the Cardiff Devils in late October, Sam Duggan has already shown his high potential in the EIHL in his first month with the Cardiff Devils.
A 20-year-old kid with good size, he’s really emerging as a tricky player to contain especially when put on a line with the likes of Matthew Myers, who he could end up emulating as he really finds his place in the league.
While he’s only got the one goal so far in 12 games for the Devils so far, at his age he’s still got plenty of time to grow his game and become a star Brit for the team for years to come.
Following a mixed bag of results in September, the Flames would have been hoping for better in October. The month consisted of 9 games for the Flames, 8 of which counted towards the league and just 1 towards the Challenge Cup group. The outcome? Things are on the up!
British forward Sam Duggan and defenseman Bradley Jenion have both signed in the North American Hockey League for the upcoming season.
Duggan joins from Swedish side Örebro HK and their junior system, while Jenion joins after spending last year with the South Shore Kings in the USPHL Premier league.
Earlier in the year, Duggan attended a tryout for the Lincoln Stars in the USHL, and now joins the Jamestown Rebels for his first year in North America, while Jenion joins up with the Shreveport Mudbugs in his fifth year playing in North America.