Ice Hockey: Defenceman Andy Munroe leaves Raiders for Invicta Dynamos

PUBLISHED: 10:00 14 June 2018

Andy Munroe was defenceman of the year for Raiders (pic John Scott)

Andy Munroe was defenceman of the year for Raiders (pic John Scott)


Everyone Active Raiders defenceman Andy Munroe has departed the club for National League South One rivals Invicta Dynamos.

The 35-year-old, who made 44 appearances for the club last season, picking up a total of eight assists has moved across the Dartford Bridge for the 2018/19 season.

The former Peterborough Phantoms player joined the club in January 2017 and spent the second half of the 2017/18 season in the gold and blue.

He has now decided to move and is hoping he can help his new side push on this season.

“I’ll bring a bit of experience to the locker room and will look to share that with some of my younger teammates,” Munroe told

“On the ice, historically I’ve been known as very defensive defenceman that works hard, blocks shots and kills penalties well but in the last few seasons I have developed my all-round game and feel a much more rounded player than ever before.

“This term I want to help the Dynamos be competitive in every game.

“I think the gap between old EPL and NIHL teams is closing and hopefully we can cause some upsets.

“On a personal level I just want to enjoy my hockey, continue to develop and win as many games as possible and I look forward to doing just that in Gillingham.”

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