Mike Verschuren speelt deze zomer in Nieuw Zeelandquote:
http://westaucklandadmirals.co.nz/import-announcement/quote:By Steve Huish
The West Auckland Admirals are pleased to announce our first import for the 2018 season.
Mike Verschuren will be joining the team fresh off a career year with Eindhoven in the BeNeLiga. The 25 year old, 187cm tall Forward put up close to 2 points per game with Eindhoven Kemphanen, and states “I am very excited to be playing in New Zealand for the Admirals over the summer”.
Verschuren is a highly skilled power Forward, and has played at World Championship and Olympic Games Qualifying level for his native Netherlands. He’s not afraid to mix it up physically either, and his style will be well suited to the NZIHL.
http://westaucklandadmirals.co.nz/spark-arena-curtain-opener/quote:SPARK ARENA EVENT UPDATE:
This year we get the exciting opportunity to play in the massive Spark Arena as a curtain opener for the widely publicised USA V Canada tour on Friday 22nd June (4.30pm Faceoff).
For those Admirals Fans wanting to head to the Spark Arena matchup, you can help the Admirals out with a little bit of the proceeds when you buy your tickets through the below link.
Please follow the link below when purchasing your tickets (USE CODE: IHCAdmirals where needed)...
http://northstars.theaihl(...)ID=14283&page=103844quote:Nick Rivait will join the Proski Newcastle Northstars as the team's fourth import for 2018.
Australian Ice Hockey League fans might be familiar with the Canadian defenceman's name, having played for the Sydney Bears last season.
Rivait joins former Sydney teammate Tomas Landa (from the Czech Republic) and good friend Joe Harcharik (United States) in Newcastle this season, along with AIHL debutant Sam Lawson (Canada).
“Nick has wanted to come to Newcastle for a couple of years, especially because of his friendship with Joe Harcharik, they are good buddies having played hockey together," Northstars general manager Garry Doré said.
“Joe tried to get him with the Northstars last year. Unfortunately at that stage we didn’t have a spot and Joe lined him up with the Bears.”
"Nick was incredibly successful in the AIHL. This year Joe and Nick pursued coming to Newcastle together.
"We really like Nick. He is a really outstanding defenceman, he is a big guy who can score."
Harcharik said he was "thrilled" that Rivait would be joining in Newcastle this season.
"Nick and I became best friend a few years ago playing in North Carolina together," he said.
"Since then we’ve wanted to play together again and we are fortunate enough to have that happen this year. And what not a better place then in Australia!"
Rivait spent the AIHL off season playing in the top league in Belgium and the Netherlands BeNe Ligament for the Liege Bulldogs.
As a Bulldog, Rivait amassed an impressive 49 points in 21 games with 13 goals and 36 assists.
Rivait made his AIHL debut last season with the Sydney Bears scoring 15 goals and 13 assists across 25 games.
Make sure you catch Rivait in his first game as a Northstar on Saturday, April 21 at Macquarie Ice Rink against the Sydney Ice Dogs.
Ik heb lijntjes lopen. Mij is verzekerd dat ze bezig zijn met nieuwe spelers.quote: