KALAMAZOO, MI--The Kalamazoo Wings, proud ECHL affiliates of the Vancouver Canucks, have inked forward Justin Fox to a standard professional contract, the team announced Tuesday. Fox, 30, has poured in points everywhere he's played since turning pro in 2011with the Hunstville Havoc (SPHL). Most recently, he spent two seasons with the Fife Flyers of the British Elite Ice Hockey League, where he tallied 97 points (41 goals, 56 assists) over the course of 99 games played.
KALAMAZOO, MI--The Kalamazoo Wings, proud ECHL affiliates of the Vancouver Canucks, have signed rookie forwards Ben Warda and Luc Gerdes to standard professional contracts, the team announced Thursday. Warda, 30, has spent most of his professional career overseas, competing amajority of his first four pro seasons in the German Oberliga (third tier). Last year with Peiting EC, Warda appeared in eleven games and posted two goals, nine assists, and 33 penalty minutes during an injury-shortened run.
KALAMAZOO, MI--The Kalamazoo Wings, proud ECHL affiliates of the Vancouver Canucks, have re-signed last year's team Rookie of the Year, Josh Pitt, to a standard professional contract, the team announced Wednesday. Pitt, 25, led all Wings' rookies in scoring last year by notching 18 goals and 17assists during 49 games played in 2016-17. He also added four goals in seven games played during the post season.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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