Published: 00:00, 28 January 2015 |
Updated: 12:53, 28 January 2015
The Invicta Dynamos have bolstered their squad ahead of the weekend.
Blueliner Peter Beerling returns to the Mos while Mark McGill adds an extra option between the pipes for the Gillingham side.
Invicta host Milton Keynes Thunder at Silver Blades on Saturday and travel to the Solent Devils on Sunday.
The pair arrive just days after Phillips brothers Charlie and Billy left the club
Beerling is returning to the Mos for his fourth spell, having previously iced for them between 2003 and 2005 and again in the 2011/12 and 2013/14 campaigns.
Coach Kevin Parrish was delighted with the return of Beerling, who will be looking to add to his 177 Mos appearances.
He said: “Peter has stepped in for us before and is an experienced and assured head to be able to put back on the blue line.
“He does a good job with minimal fuss and is exactly the sort of character we need in the changing room.”
Scottish netminder McGill has previously played for Elite League sides Edinburgh Capitals and Dundee Stars.
He will compete with Steve Nightingale and Mark Lee for the goalie shirt.
Parrish said: “Having played in front of large crowds at a higher level he will be used to the pressure that comes with his position and will offer us an assured set of hands.”
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