The company found that a piece of Bolzano’s defensive section was missing Josh Tevis.
Born in Calgary (Alberta), in the four years at Princeton University, the Canadian won the NCAA Championship and signed a contract with the Vancouver Canucks team, with whom he played his only NHL match on March 26, 2019. It continues until the next season. Utica Comets (AHL) and Kalamazoo Wings (ECHL). After two more NHL championships, last summer he arrived in Europe with a baggage of 131 games and 29 points (7 goals and 22 assists) signed by the Finnish JYP: the twenty-eight-year-old’s experience ends with 10 points all active (3 goals and 7 assists) in 48 Liiga matches. The season ends in the National League in Bern: with the Bears he scored 13 matches and made 2 assists.
Tevez is a quick defender who knows how to move the puck well and that’s why he’s skilled at getting out of the area and making the first pass. His offensive skills also make him an excellent power man.
“I am delighted to be able to join the Foxes and be part of this historic club – explains Teves – I want to be part of a team aiming for the title and given how close we came to HCB last year, I know we will be a group that will be able to win back the trophy. I can’t wait to get to Italy, immerse myself in the culture, the city and the fans, who I know are great: it will then be a pleasure to be able to represent the Foxes, the ICEHL and Italy in the Champions Hockey League against some of the best teams in Europe.”