‘Bout Ye: Liam Reddox

Liam Reddox joins the Belfast Giants and becomes the 21st and final piece in the jigsaw put together by Adam Keefe and Steve Thornton as they move to both defend their place atop the EIHL and make moves into the Europe with the Champions Hockey League. The 33 year old forward from Whitby Ontario brings... Continue Reading →

‘Bout Ye: Curtis Hamilton

Hot on the heels of Patrick Mullan joining the Belfast Giants, Curtis Hamilton is th elatest name to come from the EBEL to line up as part of the reigning Belfast Giants team. With 8 professional seasons that span the AHL, NHL, SM-Liiga and most recently, EBEL, Hamilton has been known to have a well... Continue Reading →

‘Bout Ye: Bobby Farnham

As the Giants roster grows so does it’s reputation for the forthcoming EIHL season. As Adam Keefe puts the pieces together with retention of the EIHL and Challenge Cup in mind, the latest name in that puzzle is that of former Penguins, Devils and Habs winger, Bobby Farnham. 30 years old from Massachusetts, Farnham’s name... Continue Reading →

‘Bout Ye: Jean Dupuy

With size, strength and agression, Jean Dupuy fits nicely into the new look Belfast Giants. The 24 year old from Orleans, Ontario joins Adam Keefe's side after a year out of the game considering his options, yet his reputation from previous employment has remained intact. As the names join the EIHL Champions roster, so does... Continue Reading →

‘Bout Ye: Liam Morgan

Since the inception of the NCAA Friendship Four, there has been a potential identified by the Belfast Giants for recruitment from the strong talent pool on display each Thanksgiving weekend in the SSE Arena. From the links to that talent pool we have seen the likes of Spiro Goulakos or the record breaking ability of... Continue Reading →

Bout Ye: Brian Ward

The right man, looking for the right job, at the right time. That sums up how Brian Ward's first contact with the Belfast Giants came about. Having toiled his way through the ECHL and AHL the American centreman wanted a new opportunity and with friends coaxing him to try the European game, Adam Keefe and... Continue Reading →

Bout Ye: Matt Pelech

The Belfast Giants have today announced the signing of Defenseman Matt Pelech from Austria's Villacher SV. The 31 year old Toronto native stands at 6 feet 4 inches and 236 lbs, further adding to the considerable physical presence of a D corps which already features Curtis Leonard and Paul Swindlehurst. In fact, 'considerable physical presence'... Continue Reading →

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