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Mos welcome back Mason Webster

It’s a welcome return for our 2016/17 Coach’s Player of the Year and Playoff Champion Mason Webster after the 22 year old put pen to paper to extend his stay in Gillingham for a second season. Having previously iced against the Invicta Dynamos, Mason

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Dynamos secure return of the King

Two time prohockeynews.com NIHL South Division 1 netminder of the season, 2016/17 NIHL Southern Playoff champion and club number one Damien King will return to the Invicta Dynamos in 2017/18 after penning a new deal for the upcoming campaign. Following st

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All-Star Zosiak back for 2017/18

Two time NIHL South Division 1 All-Star and Invicta Dynamos Player of the Year Ondrej Zosiak is back with the Mos for a third consecutive season after Head Coach Kevin Parrish announced at the club’s end of season presentation evening that the Slovak wo

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Brit forward Bailey bolsters Mos squad

Head Coach Kevin Parrish has moved to bolster his squad before the impending signing deadline with the capture of 20 year old forward Scott Bailey who arrives from the EPL’s Manchester Phoenix to ice for the Dynamos from this weekend. Former Guildford a

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Haydn Wootton to sit out the season

The Invicta Dynamos must regrettably announce that forward Haydn Wootton will miss the remainder of the 2016/17 season after suffering cruciate ligament knee damage that will require surgery. 18 year old forward Haydn Wootton is in his first season as a f

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Bristol’s Dibble back with the Dynamos

Just over a week after returning to Bristol, shot stopper John Dibble is now back with the Invicta Dynamos for the remainder of the season having agreed to continue to cover for Damien King who suffered a reoccurrence of his leg injury. When the Dynamos l

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Mos confirm Dibble transfer

The Invicta Dynamos are pleased to confirm that 28 year old shot stopper John Dibble has transferred to the club from the Bristol Pitbulls to continue in net as a result of ongoing injuries to Damien King and James Richardson. The Mos two netminder’s bo

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