Sat 24th Sep 2022 7:15 PM




Reece Harsch makes the trip across the pond to join Fife

Fife Flyers can confirm the signing of 23-year-old D-man Reece Harsch for the 2022/23 Elite Ice Hockey League season.

Harsch's switch to the EIHL will be his first season in Europe having gained valuable experience over North America.

The 6" 4' right-sided defenceman started off his college career in 2020 with the University of Manitoba, before he then made his senior debut a year later with AHL side Abbotsford Canucks, where he made five appearances. He then later joined Toledo Walleye in the ECHL.

Harsch was also tipped as an NHL Draft Young Prospect in 2016.

Commenting on making the trip east to Fife, Reece Harsch said:

"I am very excited to be joining the Fife Flyers for the 22/23 campaign. I have heard great things about the organization and the town of Kirkcaldy.

"Fife is a great place to come too as I continue to develop my game at this level. I am looking forward to making the trip over, playing in front of the great fans in Kirkcaldy, and doing what I can to help the team have a successful season."

Adding, Fife Flyers head coach and GM Todd Dutiaume said:

"During recruitment this felt like a great fit for both sides.

"It was important that our back-end is versatile and can log healthy minutes for us. Reece not only provides that, he also brings a size and range that we have been lacking for some time."




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