Eric Roy the new “Wolf” in the pack!

We are pleased to present you a new acquisition of our team, 24-year-old Canadian defender Eric Roy.

☑Eric Roy was born at Meadow Lake (Saskatchewan Province, Canada) and is part of the Metis Nation community, one of the three indigenous roots recognized by the Canadian state, alongside the “First Nation” (as the American population from Canadian territory) and the Inuit population.

☑ He has a height of 191 cm. and 82 pounds and is characterized as a very offensive defender and the holder of a very strong shot.

☑It is a very useful player in times of numerical superiority (most of the points marked in the career were marked in moments of “power-play”).

☑ Despite his height he is a very good skater and a very agile player.

☑ These qualities made the 2013 Calgary Flames team draft (in the fifth round of “NHL Draft”).

☑ In 2013 he was also been selected for the “CHL Top Prospects” game, which brings together the most promising young players who have been admitted to NHL draft in that year from Canada’s three major youth leagues (OHL, WHL and QMJHL ). The game took place in Halifax on January 16, 2013, Eric Roy played in a team led by legendary Don Cherry, and the description of the event was characterized as follows: “Eric Roy is certainly making up for any shortcomings with over-average talents on the offensive side of the puck. “

☑ As a part of the junior team, he participated in WHL at the Brandon Wheat Kings team where he played 5 seasons, managing to score 200 points in 322 matches.

☑ In the 2015/2016 season he made his way to the professional hockey, playing in AHL at Lake Erie Monsters – the current Cleveland Monsters – where he had 10 appearances and scored 4 points in the ECHL Allen Americans team.

☑ With Allen Americans the “Texan” had an extraordinary 2015/2016 season, winning the ECHL (ECHL Kelly Cup).

He managed to make a full contribution to winning the competition through the 30 points in 52 regular season games (14 goals and 16 assists) and 21 points in 23 play-off games (5 goals and 16 assists).

In that season he was considered one of the best debutants in ECHL.

☑The following two seasons, 2016/2017 and 2017/2018, continued to Allen Americans, achieving a total of 67 points in 110 regular season games and 7 points in 18 play-off games.

☑ In the 2018/2019 season, after only 8 games played at the Allen Americans in the season’s start, Wichita Thunder (also from ECHL) was asked to offer two attackers (Greg Chase and Mitch Maloney).

Malcolm Cameron, coach of Wichita Thunder, particularly wanted for his ability to score in the numerical superiority stages, declaring for the official site of the team: “However, I felt we needed additional help on our power-play and Eric Roy has proven to be a top ECHL power-play guy as well as a Kelly Cup winner.”

☑ After 30 games at Wichita Thunder (where he scored 5 points, 2 goals and 3 assists) was also traded in ECHL to the Norfolk Admirals team where he was team-mate for a season with the other Canadian defender transferred by our team, Chase Harrison.

The Norfolk Admirals managed to score 13 points (4 goals and 9 assists) in 25 games, being considered a very good transfer for the end of the season.

☑ It is sure that he is one of the most promising young foreign players who have reached Romanian hockey in recent years.

Despite his 24-year-old he already has an impressive “business card” with a major trophy in the portfolio (ECHL Kelly Cup) and is a player in the “NHL Draft”

He is recognized in the North American hockey as a true blue liner and expert in power-play moments, and we hope to help us a lot with the next season with his shots and offensive climbs.

He is an average skater and a very mobile player who can play very well both ways in the game.

Welcome to Brasov, Eric Roy!

Chase Harrison chose to be a “wolf” in 2019-2020 season

We present you a new player who will join our team, a young Canadian defender – at the first European hockey experience – Chase Harrison.

☑Chase Harrison is 22 years old, born in Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada), is 185 cm. and 84 kg.

☑ He started to play hockey in his hometown and between 2013 and 2017 and he spent four seasons in the WHL youth league at Canadian team Regina Pats.

☑ In 2017 he signed his first professional contract at the Jacksonville IceMen American team.

☑ After playing 23 games at Jacksonville IceMen in December 2017, he was traded to another ECHL team, the Norfolk Admirals, where he played 45 more games by the end of the season (managed to score 15 points – 4 goals and 11 assists).

☑The last season at the Norfolk Admirals for which he played 51 games in ECHL (achieving 13 points – a goal and 12 assists) and in March 2019 was traded to South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL) where he played 9 matches until the end of the season.

Welcome to Brasov Chase!

Between 18-20 October 2019, our team will participate in the second round of the Continental Cup, group C.

The tournament will take place in the city of Brovary (Ukraine) and our team will have the following opponents: HK Mogo Riga (Latvia champion), HC Donbass (Ukrainian champion) and one of the group A winners – Crvena Zvezda Belgrade (Serbian champion) Skate Sofia (Bulgarian champion), Skautafelag Akureyrar (Iceland champion) and Zeytinburnu Istanbul (Turkish champion).

More details on the official competition website:

Everett Clark is joining the “wolfpack” in 2019-2020 season!

Today we are introducing a new Canadian striker who will join our team, 23-year-old Everett Clark, who also comes from the Jacksonville IceMen (ECHL) American team.

☑ Everett Clark was born in Whitby (Ontario, Canada), is 175 cm, 85 kg. and plays on “center” position.

☑ From 2013 he joined the Canadian team Mississauga Steelheads, who evolved into the strong OHL (Ontario Hockey League) youth championship, where he spent three seasons.

☑ In 2016/2017 season he was co-opted in the team of Flint Firebirds, also in OHL, where he had a very good season, achieving 39 points (16 goals and 23 decisive passes).

☑ In 2017/2018 season he managed to score 10 goals and give 15 decisive passes in 55 matches in ECHL, so it was kept in the Jacksonville IceMen batch and for the next season.

☑ The last season played 50 matches in ECHL, managing to score 11 goals and give 13 decisive passes.

Welcome to Brasov, Everett!