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Ice hockey: Lithuanian star Kaminskas added to Legends line-up

PUBLISHED: 17:00 22 August 2018

Andrius Kaminskas on the rush for Raiders

Andrius Kaminskas on the rush for Raiders

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Lithuanian international Andrius Kaminskas has been confirmed as the latest of the Legends to line up against Everyone Active Raiders on Sunday.

The utility player became a firm fans’ favourite during his six and a bit seasons in gold and blue, scoring 147 goals and 138 assists in 289 appearances as a forward and defenceman.

Kaminskas also spent 1,805 minutes in the penalty box while representing Raiders and won the EPL Cup in his first spell, before returning to help clinch the English League Division One title and another cup at Rom Valley Way.

He joins Finnish duo Timo Kauhanan and Jani Lehtovaara on the Legends roster, as well as Canadian star Rob Stewart, goalies Alan Blyth and Chris Douglas, defencemen Tari Suwari, Shaun McFadyen, Craig Britton and forwards Rich Tomalin, Stuart Low, Grant Taylor, Jason Buckman, Jamie Randall, Jon Beckett and Scott McKenzie.

The Legends will be coached by Troy Walkington and Erskine Douglas and take on the current Raiders at 5.15pm.

Tickets are on sale through Eventbrite, as well at the Sapphire Ice & Leisure Centre in Romford during junior practice tonight (Wednesday, 7-9pm).

The last few announcements are expected over the next 48 hours.

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