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Scandinavian Hockey, Bergsten Signs with Stampede

The Cheyenne Stampede are excited to announce the signing of Swedish defenseman Markus Bergsten.  Bergsten come to Cheyenne through the very reputable placement agency, Scandinavian Hockey Consulting.

Coach Ballard has worked with SHC and has had a great deal of success in the past.  General Manager Mark Lantz has played a crucial role in the recruiting of this particular player as he has been in continuous contact with SHC and Pelle Bergsten (father of Markus,)  a very reputable scout within Europe.

Bergsten is a solid defenseman who last played for Grums IK J20 Elite team. The 1995 born player should bring puck skills and solid play on the back end for the Stampede this season. Bergsten also has set his sight on college hockey in the future. Bergsten tallied 3 goals and 3 assists in 15 games last season for the J20 Elite team and will be relied on for some offensive output for the Stampede.

“We are very excited to have Markus for the season.  His skating, puck skills and vision are very high and we see him making the adjustment nicely to add some stability to our blue line,” said coach Ballard.

Bergsten is just the second European player signed this year behind Oktavec who is a returning veteran player.

Stay tuned for more exciting news all the way to main camp August 15-17 in Cheyenne, For more information on Main Camp, Click here 

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Stampede Re-sign Slovakian veteran forward Oktavec

The Cheyenne Stampede is proud to announce the return of veteran Branko Oktavec for the 2014-2015 season.

Oktavec, a 6’4 210 right shot forward, had 22 goals and 28 assists in 47 games last season.  “Oktavec is very skilled and has a keen eye for scoring goals and he will be a great addition to the team again this season,” Ballard said. 

The Slovakian born player will bring offensive punch alongside Trumbull and Lantz where combined they accounted for 157 points last season.  “When you can return that kind of offense with veteran players you always get excited,” stated coach Ballard.  

Branko is the third veteran Stampede player to sign for the upcoming season and is excited to return.  “I am very excited to be a part of the Cheyenne Stampede team again and I will do my best to contribute to the team’s success again this season,” stated Oktavec.

Oktavec played two seasons ago for the HC Banska Bystrica U20 team where he tallied 5 goals and 7 assists in 40 games.  Oktavec is going to be able to hit the ground running as the Stampede look to improve on the 29 win season from 2013-2014.

Stay tuned for more exciting news all the way to main camp August 15-17 in Cheyenne, For more information on Main Camp, Click here

Stampede's Radbjer commits
to Marian University

The Cheyenne Stampede of the Western States Hockey League are proud to announce that netminder Fredrik Radbjer has committed to attend Marian University (Fon Du Lac, Wisconsin) this fall.

The 6'5 goaltender was 1-4-1 ( 3.24 GAA, .900 SV%) last season before suffering a major injury. 

"We are very proud of Radbjer's commitment to Marian and look forward to following his progress," team General Manager, Mark Lantz said of the big European goaltender. "It's always good news when one of our guys gets into school, we could not be any happier."

Radbjer went on to say “I’m looking forward to this opportunity so I can continue my hockey career and pursue an education. I'm grateful for the Stampede and the support I got last season”

Stampede Corral Power Forward
Jack Speer

The Cheyenne Stampede, members of the Western States Hockey League are proud to announce the signing of forward Jack Speer.  

Speer, a 6'2 200 lb. left shot power forward had 15 points (4g, 11a) last season before an injury sidelined him. "Jack has a tremendous upside and will be an immediate impact to my club. He's your prototypical power forward that can skate, see the ice and can set up his teammates. I am very excited to have acquired Jack and look for big things from him," Coach Eric Ballard said.

The coach explained that when trying to build his team he needs to find pieces that make sense and that will give the Stampede depth. "Speer has a year of junior experience and has played AAA so his ability to step right in and be an everyday player on the left side is crucial and we are excited what kind of player he is and what he brings to the table." Ballard stated

Speer is the 6th forward signed by Ballard and will be counted on out of the gate to make contributions to Stampede’s success.



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