Transfer News

The latest addition to Head Coach Doug McKay’s roster for the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning is promising Canadian forward David Norris. The 25 year old Calgary native will experience his first taste of the British game after several seasons playing in the highly rated US collegiate system, most recently at Arizona State University.

Czech winger Radek Meidl is the latest overseas player to commit to the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning for the 2018-19 season. Meidl, 29, hails from Prostejov in the eastern Czech Republic, where he has played for the majority of his pro career, honing his skills.  He joined the renowned Sparta Praha organisation at age…

The Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning are delighted to announce the arrival of highly-rated British prospect Cole Shudra for the 2018-19 season – thanks to an arrangement with the Sheffield Steelers. Two-way forward Cole, 19, has signed a two season contract with the Steelers, but will spend the first season as a full time Lightning…

The Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning are delighted to continue their 2018-19 signing announcements with the news that British forward Adam Harding has put pen to paper on a deal. 

With the announcement of a new Head Coach ahead of a new season, the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning are delighted to announce the first player signing to start off Doug McKay’s roster for 2018-19.  British defenceman James Griffin will pull on MKL colours, in a move to delight the club’s supporters.

The Smith Recycling MK Lightning are delighted to announce the signing of US-born defenceman Evan Stoflet.   Evan joins MKL from the Corona Brasov Wolves who compete in the MOL Liga. 

After playing 21 games with in MK colours, the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning can confirm that British forward Ashley Tait is to leave the club. Ashley joined the Lightning in September on a short term basis, initially as injury cover and his experience in the British game has been valuable to the Lightning in their debut season in…

Polish netminder Przemyslaw Odrobny is leaving the club by mutual agreement, the Smith Recycling MK Lightning confirmed today. ‘Shemy’, 32, signed for MKL in summer 2016 following a season in France, becoming the club’s first choice stopper last season. After sustaining an injury in one of the opening fixtures this season, the club signed Miika…

Sunday’s home fixture against the Manchester Storm will be the last in MK colours for defenceman Kevin Gibson, the club announces today. Kevin, 27, has asked to return home permanently to the United States due to an illness in his family.  His final appearance in Lightning colours will be today’s home fixture against the Manchester…

The Smith Recycling MK Lightning are delighted to announce an addition to their roster with the arrival this week of New York-born forward, Tommy Mele. Tommy has significant experience in the tough North American hockey leagues, and joins Lightning from the Cincinnati Cyclones in the United States ECHL – to date he has contested over…

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