Konner Haas Comes to Fayetteville
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - Konner Haas comes to Fayetteville!
The Marksmen are proud to announce the signing of Konner Haas for the 2019-2020 season!
Konner is a left handed 5'11'', 154lb forward who played his college hockey at the University of Windsor!
In his two years as a Lancer, Haas was a steady point getter from the wing netting 20 points in 45 total games.
Haas is a smooth skating and reliable winger who head coach Jesse Kallechy is excited to have helping out the Marksmen offense!
Welcome to the Marksmen, Konner!
The preparation for the 2019-2020 season begins now for the Fayetteville Marksmen organization, with Opening Night on October 19! Season Tickets are on-sale now, with the most affordable plans and best benefits we've ever offered.
If you're interested in partnering up with the Marksmen organization, or hearing about our season ticket packages, group packages, mini-plans, or advertising benefits in-arena or with the broadcast, email Community Relations Director and Broadcaster Shawn Bednard, SBednard@MarksmenHockey.com or call the Marksmen Office at (910) 321-0123.
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