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Last gasp penalty shot denies battling Mos.

A first win of the season slipped out of the hands of the Invicta Dynamos on Sunday night despite a gargantuan effort as the Swindon Wildcats scored two goals in the final period to take a 2-1 victory from Planet Ice, Gillingham. The Dynamos were missing

Last minute heart break denies Mos first point.

It took a goal 39 seconds from time for the London Raiders to overcome the 13 man Invicta Dynamos on Sunday who put in a heroic display to battle back from 3-0 down to tie the game 3-3 before losing out in the dying moments. The Mos travelled light having

Mos Partner with Alliance Trade Services Ltd.

The Invicta Dynamos are delighted to announce a new corporate partnership with Alliance Trade Services Ltd that will see the company sponsor the team’s home jerseys for the duration of the season. ATS are commercial and residential property maintenance

Mos part with Piacka.

The Invicta Dynamos have parted ways with Slovakian import Edmund Piacka with Head Coach Kevin Parrish now looking to secure a goalscoring forward as a replacement. Edmund Piacka arrived at the Mos after playing nearly 300 games in the Slovakia’s top ti

Giles tallies but Bees take points.

Match report Ryan Giles fired in from the blue line but it was not enough to help the Invicta Dynamos secure their first win of the season as they fell 6-1 at the hands of the league leading Bracknell Bees on Sunday night. Goals from Edward Knaggs, Brenda

Dynamos struggle on road in Swindon.

It was a struggle in Swindon for the Invicta Dynamos on Saturday night as they fell 8-0 at the hands of the Wildcats in the NIHL South Division 1. The Mos were able to recall Ondrej Zosiak with the key defenceman making a welcome return from a groin injur

Invicta Dynamos: Fighting for our future.

The Invicta Dynamos are calling on the club’s fans to get behind a new Crowd Funding campaign to ensure the survival of the club for the remainder of the season and beyond. The start to the 2018/19 campaign has undoubtedly been the most challenging

Martins Susters requests release.

Latvian born forward Martins Susters will no longer ice for the Invicta Dynamos after the forward requested his release from the club. Martins Susters arrived at Mos having previously risen through the ranks in Peterborough where he became one of the EPL

Mos overpowered by Peterborough.

It was a 9-2 home defeat for the Invicta Dynamos on Sunday night as they were overpowered by the Peterborough Phantoms despite goals from Edmund Piacka and Anthony Leone. Dynamos were without Ondrej Zosiak but saw the return of Harrison Lillis. The visito

Battling Mos push Bison to the buzzer.

It was a 5-3 road defeat for the Invicta Dynamos on Saturday night but one from which they could draw numerous positives as the 14 man team pushed the Basingstoke Bison from puck drop to final buzzer. The Dynamos line-up was again limited with only 12 ska

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