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Miles adds muscle to the Mos.

The Invicta Dynamos have added some steel to the ranks ahead of the 2018/19 campaign with the signing of 21 year old physical forward Brandon Miles from local rivals Streatham IHC. Brandon Miles’ hockey journey began in Slough and has since taken him to

Bainborough completes netminder pairing.

Shot stopper Ryan Bainborough completes the Invicta Dynamos netminder pairing for 2018/19 with the 25 year old penning a deal and sealing a switch to Gillingham where he will wear number 40 for the Mos. Goalie Ryan Bainborough is a product of Peterborough

Mos bring in former Bracknell captain Foord.

The Invicta Dynamos have added a glut of experience to the roster with the signing of former Bracknell Bees captain Matt Foord who joins the club with 20 years of senior hockey and over 600 EPL games under his belt. Matt Foord’s hockey journey began in

Eighth term for long serving Lillis.

24 year old defenceman Harrison Lillis returns to the Invicta Dynamos for 2018/19 making him the longest serving player on the club’s current roster as he enters his eighth term at Planet Ice Gillingham. Harrison Lillis is a product of the junior setup

Dynamos bring back Best.

Six years after he last donned a Mos jersey, the Invicta Dynamos are pleased to announce the return of 26 year old creative forward Callum Best who signs for the club where he has previously amassed 127 points in 71 games. Despite only being in his mid-tw

Scotsman McKinnon joins Dynamos defence.

21 year old Scottish defenceman Thomas McKinnon is the latest player to join the Invicta Dynamos ahead of the 2018/19 campaign with the blue liner moving to Kent after four seasons icing in Canada. Irvine born Thomas McKinnon played junior hockey with the

Bartlett brothers bolster Mos attack.

Prolific twins Cameron and Grant Bartlett are the latest new additions to the Invicta Dynamos roster ahead of 2018/19 after Head Coach Kevin Parrish secured the signatures of the pair bringing them to Kent from the Chelmsford Chieftains. Brothers Cameron

Mos move for defenceman Munroe.

Invicta Dynamos Head Coach Kevin Parrish has added experience to his back line with the transfer of defenceman Andy Munroe from the London Raiders who signs in Kent with over 400 EPL games and 100 NIHL fixtures under his belt. 35 year old Andy Munroe has

Four seasons for defenceman Zosiak.

Invicta Dynamos 2017/18 Player of the Year Ondrej Zosiak is back with the club for a fourth consecutive term after the two time NIHL South Division 1 All-Star put pen to paper and committed his immediate future to Gillingham. Ondrej Zosiak might originall

Colvin to come back for second season.

19 year old forward Louis Colvin will spend a second consecutive season with the Invicta Dynamos after the skater penned a new deal keeping him in Gillingham for the 2018/19 campaign. Prior to his first year in Kent with the Mos, Louis Colvin came through

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