DEVILS INK DEFENCEMAN BRYCE REDDICK
THE CARDIFF DEVILS ARE PLEASED TO CONFIRM ANOTHER NEW FACE ON THE BLUELINE FOR THE DEFENDING ELITE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS.
Bryce Reddick, joins the Devils from Aalborg Pirates of the top league in Denmark where he racked up 8 goals and 25 assists in 58 games last season. He led the Danish league in assists for defenceman in 2016/17.
Prior to playing in Denmark, he spent the 2015/16 season with Maglerud in Norway where he scored 9 goals and 20 assists in 48 games.
Before turning pro with the Las Vegas Wranglers of the East Coast Hockey League, he spent 4 years at Michigan Tech University. He was converted from a forward to a defenceman while playing at Michigan Tech.
Bryce was born in WInnipeg in 1989, where his father Eldon ‘Pokey’ Reddick was playing in the NHL for the Winnipeg Jets. His father was the Jets netminder in the late 80s and went on to win a Stanley Cup with the Edmonton Oilers in 1990.
Andrew Lord loves Bryce Reddick’s style of play and believes he will bring alot to the Devils this season:
“Bryce is a good skater and has a knack for scoring goals. He has a great one-timer and can jump into the play to join the rush.
“He moves so well, and is great in his own end. He is only 5’10” but he plays with an edge and is tough to beat defensively.
“Bryce is a real competitor and when you watch him play, he plays with such passion. I think our fans are going to love the way he plays for us.”
Watch this highlight reel of Bryce Reddick from the 2016/17 season:
And here is a highlight reel from his 2015/16 season in Norway:
The Devils still have another defenceman to sign and at least one more forward. More signing news is expected next week.