Kaiser Returns for Fourth Season with the Havoc
HUNTSVILLE - Huntsville Havoc head coach, Glenn Detulleo, announced today that the team has re-signed defenseman Nolan Kaiser.
"Having Nolan back with the Havoc for a fourth season is really important in our quest to repeat," said Detulleo. "With the loss of Stu and Willy, Nolan will be looked upon to bring veteran leadership on the backend."
Kaiser has played in 140 games the past three seasons for the Havoc. He has scored 25 goals, recorded 57 assists and has 310 penalty minutes. After being named All-SPHL First Team in his second year in the league, Kaiser followed it up with 22 points in 38 games this past season. The three-year veteran was key in the Havoc's run in the 2018 President's Cup Playoffs, scoring six points in nine games.
"It's exciting to be returning to Huntsville for my fourth season with the Havoc," said Kaiser. "I can't wait to get the season going and defend the President's Cup."
The Calgary, Alberta native played in 76 games from 2011-2015 at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. He scored five goals and recorded 10 assists.
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 a full schedule when it is released. Season tickets are still available at the Havoc office by calling 256-518-6160, or by visiting the Havoc website.
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