Havoc Add Two Forwards to Camp
HUNTSVILLE - Huntsville Havoc Head Coach Glenn Detulleo announced the signing of forwards Colton Sparrow and Rob Darrar today.
Sparrow, a Kelowna, British Columbia, native split time between two different teams in college. He first played 57 games for the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, recording 19 points on six goals and nine assists. Transferring after his sophomore season, Sparrow (5-11, 179) played two more years with University of Regina in Saskatchewan. The forward played 52 games for the Cougars, scoring eight goals and notching 14 assists. Sparrow joins the Havoc after a stint in camp last week with the Wichita Thunder of the ECHL.
Darrar, a Monroe Township, New Jersey, native last played in the collegiate ranks for the University of Vermont. He played in 113 games, collecting 37 points on 13 goals and 24 assists. Darrar (5-10, 198) comes to Huntsville after camping in the ECHL with the Kalamazoo Wings.
Sparrow and Darrar join returning Havoc forwards Sy Nutkevitch, Tyler Piacentini, Christian Powers, Stephen Hrehoriak, and Kyle Sharkey in training camp, trying to join the team as Huntsville begins its quest to defend the President's Cup championship.
The Havoc will honor the President's Cup winners by raising the championship banner at the first home game of the 2018-19 season on Friday, November 9. Follow the Havoc App and social media for details and the full schedule. Season tickets are still available at the Havoc office by calling 256-518-6160, or by visiting the Havoc website.
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