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Ancitis debut strike not enough to stop Swindon.

Latvian import Oskars Ancitis notched a debut goal for the Invicta Dynamos on Sunday night but it was not enough to prevent a 5-1 home defeat at the hands of the league leading Swindon Wildcats. Dynamos went into the game without Callum Best, Joe Allen, R

Mos beaten by Basingstoke in Hampshire.

The Invicta Dynamos started 2019 with a 7-2 defeat at the hands of Basingstoke Bison as goals from Harrison Lillis and Arran Strawson were not enough to prevent a road loss in Hampshire. The Mos were unable to ice new import Oskars Ancitis who was still w

Dynamos add Oskars Ancitis.

It’s a new year and a new import for the Invicta Dynamos who have started 2019 by adding to the roster with the capture of 21 year old Latvian Oskars Ancitis with the skater ready to ice pending the completion of the transfer paperwork. Oskars Ancitis h

Dell double not enough to beat the Bison.

Owen Dell scored his first ever goals for the Invicta Dynamos on the road on Saturday night to push the Basingstoke Bison to the end but the hosts eventually battled to a 5-3 home victory curtesy of a third period rally. With Ryan Giles and Joe Allen both

Mos beaten in feisty battle with Bees.

The Invicta Dynamos controversially lost defenceman Ondrej Zosiak to a game penalty and suffered a 9-2 defeat against the Bracknell Bees in their second game of the weekend on Sunday night. The Mos missed Callum Best, Joe Allen, Ryan Giles and Arran Straw

Short Mos wounded by Wildcats.

The Invicta Dynamos fell to a 5-0 road defeat at the hands of the Swindon Wildcats on Saturday night despite a battling display from the 13 players that could make the trip to Wiltshire. Missing for the Dynamos were defencemen Arran Strawson and Ryan Gile

Best nets as Mos beaten by Bison.

Match report A Callum Best goal was not enough to prevent the Invicta Dynamos falling to a 5-1 home defeat at the hands of the Basingstoke Bison on Sunday night despite a battling display. The Dynamos were without Ryan Giles as well as Adam Long after his

Battling Mos work the Bees in Bracknell.

The Invicta Dynamos fell to a 5-1 defeat at the Hive on Saturday night despite having kept themselves within one goal until early on in the final period with captain Anthony Leone scoring the away side’s goal. The Dynamos were without the services of Ar

Mos to return to Bluewater Ice.

You’ve watched them from the stands, now join them on the ice as the Invicta Dynamos and their Head Coach take to Bluewater Winter Wonderland on Tuesday 11th December between 8-9pm to put visitors through drills and feature in competitions. Head Coach K

Mos confirm Long departure.

Following recent speculation, the Invicta Dynamos can confirm that 23 year old netminder Adam Long has been released from the club. Adam Long arrived at the Dynamos after playing senior hockey for the Peterborough Phantoms and Hull Pirates. Since his summ

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