Defenceman Anthony Lennon leaves Invicta Dynamos after eight years at the ice hockey club
By Craig Tucker
Popular defenceman Anthony Lennon has left Invicta Dynamos
after eight years with the club.
Lennon, who joined Mos from Guildford Phoenix in 2004, has a new
job which means he can no longer commit to ice hockey.
He said: "I am never a person that would want to walk away from
a team halfway through a season but unfortunately I just won’t have
the time to commit to training or games.
"We all know I’m not the fastest or fittest of skaters out there
so I could do with all the training I can get! I have had such an
amazing time with the Dynamos and I will never really be able to
walk away from this club.
"I’m sure I will still be calling Smithy (Andy Smith) every day
to see how things are, chatting to Kev (Parrish, coach) and coming
to watch as many games as I can."
Lennon's departure follows that of fellow defenceman Tom Avery,
who was released before Christmas.
Mos host Cardiff Devils on Saturday and travel to South Division
1 leaders Romford on Sunday in their first games of the new year.
There’s optimism in the camp after a run of three straight
victories either side of Christmas, against Cardiff, Streatham
Redskins and Milton Keynes.
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