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20/11/2017 – 3:14 pm

The Dragons had a tough weekend on the road at the hands of two former EPL clubs
On Saturday the  Dragons supported by a large and very noisy traveling fan base visited  Telford Tigers in the NIHL Moralee League game.The Tigers are riding high toward the top of the league and boast a wealth of experienced talent. The Dragons have continued to struggle and whilst performances …

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Dragons Sign Bell From Manchester Phoenix

Submitted by on 18/01/2017 – 4:59 pm

The Dragons have added former Phoenix netminder Denis Bell to the roster today. Bell who turns 20 in July is a product of the Chelmsford Ice Hockey club and has played GB u18’s and U20’s as well as Telford Tigers and Manchester Phoenix EPL Head coach Scott Mckenzie is thrilled to be bringing the player to the club and said “I am really happy to be bringing Denis to Deeside. He is a gifted net minder that has the potential to be up there with the best in the league. He is young but has a great temperament and plays like a mature experienced goalie. Matty, Ash and Jonah have been great this year but Denis adds another dimension to our group. He is going to make a great addition to our squad”

In other transfer news, Finnish import Marcus Kankaanranta has received an offer from a club in Germany that he couldn’t refuse. As a club we will never deny a player such an opportunity. Markus has been a great asset to the club and we would like to thank him for all his hard work over the last 4 months. Markus himself would like to thank the club, the fans and the juniors for time spent in Wales. We wish Markus well in the future at his new club and welcome Denis to the Dragons.

 

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