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The Wheeling Nailers, have announced their eighth player signing of the 2016 off season. Wheeling has signed defenseman Danny Fick to an ECHL contract.

Fick, 25, played his first season of professional hockey in North America during the 2015-16 campaign, when he was invited to attend Wheeling’s training camp, before ultimately earning a spot on the club’s opening roster. Danny started to become a regular in the lineup in the middle of November, which was also when he notched his first career point – a game-tying assist on the 14th against Evansville.  

“Danny Fick had a good rookie season, and showed big strides in the playoffs, as his consistency picked up significantly,” said Nailers Head Coach Jeff Christian. “He is very responsible defensively, is a good team guy, and leads in the room. I am looking forward to helping him be more creative, while joining the rush this season.”

Prior to his time in Wheeling, Fick played one season in Norway for the Manglerud Star Ishockey Team. There, Danny produced one assist in 24 regular season games, before upping his numbers to five points in six relegation matches. Additionally, Fick played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University. He suited up in 96 games with the Crimson, registering one goal, eight assists, and nine points.

“I am really excited to be back in Wheeling, and I am looking forward to the start of the season,” Fick said. “We had a great group of guys last year, and hopefully we can continue our winning ways this season. Personally, my game improved as the year went on, and I want to continue to improve, picking up where I left off.”

The Wheeling Nailers, have announced their eighth player signing of the 2016 off season. Wheeling has signed defenseman Danny Fick to an ECHL contract.

Fick, 25, played his first season of professional hockey in North America during the 2015-16 campaign, when he was invited to attend Wheeling’s training camp, before ultimately earning a spot on the club’s opening roster. Danny started to become a regular in the lineup in the middle of November, which was also when he notched his first career point – a game-tying assist on the 14th against Evansville.  

“Danny Fick had a good rookie season, and showed big strides in the playoffs, as his consistency picked up significantly,” said Nailers Head Coach Jeff Christian. “He is very responsible defensively, is a good team guy, and leads in the room. I am looking forward to helping him be more creative, while joining the rush this season.”

Prior to his time in Wheeling, Fick played one season in Norway for the Manglerud Star Ishockey Team. There, Danny produced one assist in 24 regular season games, before upping his numbers to five points in six relegation matches. Additionally, Fick played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University. He suited up in 96 games with the Crimson, registering one goal, eight assists, and nine points.

“I am really excited to be back in Wheeling, and I am looking forward to the start of the season,” Fick said. “We had a great group of guys last year, and hopefully we can continue our winning ways this season. Personally, my game improved as the year went on, and I want to continue to improve, picking up where I left off.”

The Wheeling Nailers, have announced their eighth player signing of the 2016 off season. Wheeling has signed defenseman Danny Fick to an ECHL contract.

Fick, 25, played his first season of professional hockey in North America during the 2015-16 campaign, when he was invited to attend Wheeling’s training camp, before ultimately earning a spot on the club’s opening roster. Danny started to become a regular in the lineup in the middle of November, which was also when he notched his first career point – a game-tying assist on the 14th against Evansville.  

“Danny Fick had a good rookie season, and showed big strides in the playoffs, as his consistency picked up significantly,” said Nailers Head Coach Jeff Christian. “He is very responsible defensively, is a good team guy, and leads in the room. I am looking forward to helping him be more creative, while joining the rush this season.”

Prior to his time in Wheeling, Fick played one season in Norway for the Manglerud Star Ishockey Team. There, Danny produced one assist in 24 regular season games, before upping his numbers to five points in six relegation matches. Additionally, Fick played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University. He suited up in 96 games with the Crimson, registering one goal, eight assists, and nine points.

“I am really excited to be back in Wheeling, and I am looking forward to the start of the season,” Fick said. “We had a great group of guys last year, and hopefully we can continue our winning ways this season. Personally, my game improved as the year went on, and I want to continue to improve, picking up where I left off.”

The Wheeling Nailers, have announced their eighth player signing of the 2016 off season. Wheeling has signed defenseman Danny Fick to an ECHL contract.

Fick, 25, played his first season of professional hockey in North America during the 2015-16 campaign, when he was invited to attend Wheeling’s training camp, before ultimately earning a spot on the club’s opening roster. Danny started to become a regular in the lineup in the middle of November, which was also when he notched his first career point – a game-tying assist on the 14th against Evansville.  

“Danny Fick had a good rookie season, and showed big strides in the playoffs, as his consistency picked up significantly,” said Nailers Head Coach Jeff Christian. “He is very responsible defensively, is a good team guy, and leads in the room. I am looking forward to helping him be more creative, while joining the rush this season.”

Prior to his time in Wheeling, Fick played one season in Norway for the Manglerud Star Ishockey Team. There, Danny produced one assist in 24 regular season games, before upping his numbers to five points in six relegation matches. Additionally, Fick played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University. He suited up in 96 games with the Crimson, registering one goal, eight assists, and nine points.

“I am really excited to be back in Wheeling, and I am looking forward to the start of the season,” Fick said. “We had a great group of guys last year, and hopefully we can continue our winning ways this season. Personally, my game improved as the year went on, and I want to continue to improve, picking up where I left off.”

The Wheeling Nailers, have announced their eighth player signing of the 2016 off season. Wheeling has signed defenseman Danny Fick to an ECHL contract.

Fick, 25, played his first season of professional hockey in North America during the 2015-16 campaign, when he was invited to attend Wheeling’s training camp, before ultimately earning a spot on the club’s opening roster. Danny started to become a regular in the lineup in the middle of November, which was also when he notched his first career point – a game-tying assist on the 14th against Evansville.  

“Danny Fick had a good rookie season, and showed big strides in the playoffs, as his consistency picked up significantly,” said Nailers Head Coach Jeff Christian. “He is very responsible defensively, is a good team guy, and leads in the room. I am looking forward to helping him be more creative, while joining the rush this season.”

Prior to his time in Wheeling, Fick played one season in Norway for the Manglerud Star Ishockey Team. There, Danny produced one assist in 24 regular season games, before upping his numbers to five points in six relegation matches. Additionally, Fick played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University. He suited up in 96 games with the Crimson, registering one goal, eight assists, and nine points.

“I am really excited to be back in Wheeling, and I am looking forward to the start of the season,” Fick said. “We had a great group of guys last year, and hopefully we can continue our winning ways this season. Personally, my game improved as the year went on, and I want to continue to improve, picking up where I left off.”

The Wheeling Nailers, have announced their eighth player signing of the 2016 off season. Wheeling has signed defenseman Danny Fick to an ECHL contract.

Fick, 25, played his first season of professional hockey in North America during the 2015-16 campaign, when he was invited to attend Wheeling’s training camp, before ultimately earning a spot on the club’s opening roster. Danny started to become a regular in the lineup in the middle of November, which was also when he notched his first career point – a game-tying assist on the 14th against Evansville.  

“Danny Fick had a good rookie season, and showed big strides in the playoffs, as his consistency picked up significantly,” said Nailers Head Coach Jeff Christian. “He is very responsible defensively, is a good team guy, and leads in the room. I am looking forward to helping him be more creative, while joining the rush this season.”

Prior to his time in Wheeling, Fick played one season in Norway for the Manglerud Star Ishockey Team. There, Danny produced one assist in 24 regular season games, before upping his numbers to five points in six relegation matches. Additionally, Fick played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University. He suited up in 96 games with the Crimson, registering one goal, eight assists, and nine points.

“I am really excited to be back in Wheeling, and I am looking forward to the start of the season,” Fick said. “We had a great group of guys last year, and hopefully we can continue our winning ways this season. Personally, my game improved as the year went on, and I want to continue to improve, picking up where I left off.”

The Wheeling Nailers, have announced their eighth player signing of the 2016 off season. Wheeling has signed defenseman Danny Fick to an ECHL contract.

Fick, 25, played his first season of professional hockey in North America during the 2015-16 campaign, when he was invited to attend Wheeling’s training camp, before ultimately earning a spot on the club’s opening roster. Danny started to become a regular in the lineup in the middle of November, which was also when he notched his first career point – a game-tying assist on the 14th against Evansville.  

“Danny Fick had a good rookie season, and showed big strides in the playoffs, as his consistency picked up significantly,” said Nailers Head Coach Jeff Christian. “He is very responsible defensively, is a good team guy, and leads in the room. I am looking forward to helping him be more creative, while joining the rush this season.”

Prior to his time in Wheeling, Fick played one season in Norway for the Manglerud Star Ishockey Team. There, Danny produced one assist in 24 regular season games, before upping his numbers to five points in six relegation matches. Additionally, Fick played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University. He suited up in 96 games with the Crimson, registering one goal, eight assists, and nine points.

“I am really excited to be back in Wheeling, and I am looking forward to the start of the season,” Fick said. “We had a great group of guys last year, and hopefully we can continue our winning ways this season. Personally, my game improved as the year went on, and I want to continue to improve, picking up where I left off.”

The Wheeling Nailers, have announced their eighth player signing of the 2016 off season. Wheeling has signed defenseman Danny Fick to an ECHL contract.

Fick, 25, played his first season of professional hockey in North America during the 2015-16 campaign, when he was invited to attend Wheeling’s training camp, before ultimately earning a spot on the club’s opening roster. Danny started to become a regular in the lineup in the middle of November, which was also when he notched his first career point – a game-tying assist on the 14th against Evansville.  

“Danny Fick had a good rookie season, and showed big strides in the playoffs, as his consistency picked up significantly,” said Nailers Head Coach Jeff Christian. “He is very responsible defensively, is a good team guy, and leads in the room. I am looking forward to helping him be more creative, while joining the rush this season.”

Prior to his time in Wheeling, Fick played one season in Norway for the Manglerud Star Ishockey Team. There, Danny produced one assist in 24 regular season games, before upping his numbers to five points in six relegation matches. Additionally, Fick played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University. He suited up in 96 games with the Crimson, registering one goal, eight assists, and nine points.

“I am really excited to be back in Wheeling, and I am looking forward to the start of the season,” Fick said. “We had a great group of guys last year, and hopefully we can continue our winning ways this season. Personally, my game improved as the year went on, and I want to continue to improve, picking up where I left off.”

The Wheeling Nailers, have announced their eighth player signing of the 2016 off season. Wheeling has signed defenseman Danny Fick to an ECHL contract.

Fick, 25, played his first season of professional hockey in North America during the 2015-16 campaign, when he was invited to attend Wheeling’s training camp, before ultimately earning a spot on the club’s opening roster. Danny started to become a regular in the lineup in the middle of November, which was also when he notched his first career point – a game-tying assist on the 14th against Evansville.  

“Danny Fick had a good rookie season, and showed big strides in the playoffs, as his consistency picked up significantly,” said Nailers Head Coach Jeff Christian. “He is very responsible defensively, is a good team guy, and leads in the room. I am looking forward to helping him be more creative, while joining the rush this season.”

Prior to his time in Wheeling, Fick played one season in Norway for the Manglerud Star Ishockey Team. There, Danny produced one assist in 24 regular season games, before upping his numbers to five points in six relegation matches. Additionally, Fick played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University. He suited up in 96 games with the Crimson, registering one goal, eight assists, and nine points.

“I am really excited to be back in Wheeling, and I am looking forward to the start of the season,” Fick said. “We had a great group of guys last year, and hopefully we can continue our winning ways this season. Personally, my game improved as the year went on, and I want to continue to improve, picking up where I left off.”

The Wheeling Nailers, have announced their eighth player signing of the 2016 off season. Wheeling has signed defenseman Danny Fick to an ECHL contract.

Fick, 25, played his first season of professional hockey in North America during the 2015-16 campaign, when he was invited to attend Wheeling’s training camp, before ultimately earning a spot on the club’s opening roster. Danny started to become a regular in the lineup in the middle of November, which was also when he notched his first career point – a game-tying assist on the 14th against Evansville.  

“Danny Fick had a good rookie season, and showed big strides in the playoffs, as his consistency picked up significantly,” said Nailers Head Coach Jeff Christian. “He is very responsible defensively, is a good team guy, and leads in the room. I am looking forward to helping him be more creative, while joining the rush this season.”

Prior to his time in Wheeling, Fick played one season in Norway for the Manglerud Star Ishockey Team. There, Danny produced one assist in 24 regular season games, before upping his numbers to five points in six relegation matches. Additionally, Fick played four seasons of college hockey at Harvard University. He suited up in 96 games with the Crimson, registering one goal, eight assists, and nine points.

“I am really excited to be back in Wheeling, and I am looking forward to the start of the season,” Fick said. “We had a great group of guys last year, and hopefully we can continue our winning ways this season. Personally, my game improved as the year went on, and I want to continue to improve, picking up where I left off.”

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