Fife Flyers have re-signed netminder Kevin Regan.
The American stopper yesterday put pen to paper for a second season at the Kirkcaldy club.
The 29-year-old, from South Boston played in 54 games for the Flyers last season, and the former Boston Bruins draft pick said: “I’m excited to be heading back to Kirkcaldy next season.
“Myself and my family really enjoyed our time in Fife last year and we are all looking forward to heading back for the 2014/15 season.”
Flyers spectacular end-of-season purple patch propelled the club into the play-off semi-finals at Nottingham for the first time.
And the former American Hockey League player, who has also iced in Italy, said: “We had a great run on the ice towards the end of the season and I was proud to be a part of that.
“I am looking forward to being back on the ice with the Flyers and building on where we left off last season.”
Flyers’ head coach Todd Dutiaume revealed that re-signing Regan was one of his top priorities.
Dutiaume declared: “He was instrumental in the success we had in the second half of last season and arguably one of the best goaltenders we’ve ever had in Fife.”