ERSC Amberg brings striker from Canada

ERSC Amberg brings striker from Canada

Cougar becomes a wild lion: Tanner Campbell strengthens ERSC Amberberg.

Image: Campbell / XBee

ERSC Emberberg can announce what is expected to be his last new signing for the coming season in the Bayern Ice Hockey League: attacker Tanner Campbell is moving from Regina Cougars to Amberger Wild Lions from Canadian varsity league CWUA Leading is the USport Association. Like his future teammate Brett Meniere, the 25-year-old hails from Kelowna, British Columbia, where he played for the West Kelowna Warriors (BCHL) alongside former Anburg crowd favorite Liam Blackburn.

Contact was made through an agent, as Amberg sporting director Chris Spanger reports: “Initially there were 40 candidates on the list and Tanner eventually texted us directly. We had a recommendation from Liam Blackburn, who made the decision.” took that Tanner was technically very good. Strong and therefore European ice hockey would be well suited for him,” Spanger continues.

Ultimately, the chance arose that Brett Meniere, Shawn Campbell and Tanner Campbell – both not related – could go on the ice together in Canada: “The feedback from our two players was consistently positive,” confirms Spanger. It is also planned that the players in Canada will train together more often – it is quite possible that the trio could also form an attack line at the ERSC.

Tanner Campbell (1.73 m, 73 kg) played a total of 183 games for West Kelowna, Prince George and Salmon in the BCHL and scored 119 points. With ERSC-Löwen he will receive a jersey with shirt number 51.

More details about the personnel are: attacker Patrick Billinger will belong to the expanded Bayernliga squad, but will also register for the ERSC U23 squad. Striker Mario Strobel, on the other hand, is leaving the Lions with an unknown destination after two years.

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