Friday, December 27, 2013

HYS The Hague Sign Former Viper Reaney:

The Dutch Eredivisie league HYS The Hague have signed former Vernon Vipers forward Les Reaney.  HYS The Hague is the professional ice hockey team in The Hague, Netherlands.   

Reaney started this season signing with the Elite Ice Hockey League Edinburgh Capitals on August 19th 2013 before being released on November 1st 2013.  In 10 games with the Capitals Reaney collected (3-goals-3-assists-6-points).   
Reaney played last season with the Central Hockey League (CHL) Witchita Thunder playing in 47 games collecting (9-13-22). Reaney was traded to Wichita in November 2012 after spending parts of the last five seasons with the CHL Rapid City Rush. Reaney played parts of two seasons in Vernon (2002-2004) after coming over to the Vipers in a trade with the Alberni Valley Bulldogs. In 2003-04 Reaney along with Jordan Starke were traded at the BCHL trade deadline to Williams Lake for Jeff Royston.

Les Reneay Player Profile:

This is posted on the HYS The Hague website:

Two new players for The Hague (HYS) STEEL Drafting

published on december 05, 2013

(Hys) Steel The Hague is strengthened with two new players.

The first is the 29 year old Canadian Les Reaney. This very technically gifted power forward played to a few weeks ago in the UK, where he could not find his turn. Les will next weekend already on the ice.

The 34 year old American defense Nick Anderson is the second player who has contracted (HYS) STEEL. Nick is a harassing set player and is also from the UK, where he played this season for the Nottingham Panthers. When Nick the Hague ice will enter is yet unknown, but we expect that this will happen very soon. Both have many good statistics with many points in serious competitions. We welcome both players welcome to The Hague.

The last time it was within the organization does not work like clockwork. Reason for the organization in order to sit around the table, to discuss various bottlenecks. Also de Uithof is here to put together. After a long conversation, we can inform you that the air in the various parties is done. There are new appointments were made, where we are delighted.

(HYS) STEEL has an excellent team bursting with character. All good players, both the Dutch and the imports. We are very proud of this team. As on the coach. If you're in the dressing room, and some of us may (HYS) STEEL that, than test you just a good atmosphere between the players and the coach. We find this very, very important.
We hope with this message only to have clarified. Come on and stand as one behind (HYS) STEEL. The men deserve it.

Governance (HYS) STEEL The Hague

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