Mike Egener

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Mike Egener
Geburtstag: 26. September 1984
Geburtsort: Lahr (Deutschland)
Größe: 1,94 m
Gewicht: 98 kg
Position Verteidiger
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Gedrafted NHL Entry Draft 2003
Tampa Bay Lightning
Runde 2, Position 34
Sportliche Erfolge -
Karriere Calgary Hitmen
Springfield Falcons
Johnstown Chiefs
Norfolk Admirals
Mississippi Sea Wolves
HC Vita Hästen
IF Björklöven
Ontario Reign
Florida Everblades
EfB Ishockey
Coventry Blaze

Mike Egener wurde am 26. September 1984 in Lahr geboren und ist ein ehemaliger Eishockeyspieler, der zuletzt bei Coventry Blaze spielte.


Karriere als Spieler

Calgary Hitmen

2000 - 2004

Springfield Falcons

2004 - 2007

Norfolk Admirals / Mississippi Sea Wolves

2007 - 2008

HC Vita Hästen / IF Björklöven

2008 - 2009

Ontario Reign

2009 - 2010

Florida Everblades

2010 - 2011

EfB Ishockey

2011 - 2012

Coventry Blaze

2012 - 2015


14.11.2013 - Return of the Mike
Genting Casino Coventry Blaze are delighted to confirm that Canadian defenceman, Mike Egener is to return to the club. After an outstanding debut season for the Blaze, Egener was due to return to the club as this season’s captain before being struck down with Guillaume-Barre Syndrome – a serious condition that forced him to take time out from the sport to focus on his recovery.

Three months later, 29 year old Egener has been passed clear to resume his playing career by his neurologist and has put pen to paper on a new contract that will see him in Coventry colours for the remainder of this season and the following 2014/15 season.

Egener, a second round draft pick of the Tampa Bay Lightning, has huge experience in the American Hockey League and in Europe. At 6’4” and with a no nonsense playing style, he will add considerable size and physical presence to the Blaze defensive unit.

He is expected to fly to the UK early next week, spending next week practicing with the team with a view to making his return to the ice in next weekend’s home game series against the Belfast Giants.

“I’m delighted Mike is coming back to us for so many reasons,” said Blaze Head Coach, Matt Soderstrom. “It means that he’s healthy again, which we are all so pleased about, and it means that we get a superb player added to the line up. Everyone loves how he plays and everyone knows what he brings to this club. It will take him a little time to get back to full game fitness but he can’t wait to get started. He’s been through a very tough time and I know it’s going to be a special moment for him when he pulls on a Blaze shirt and takes his place in the line up again.

“All the teams in the league are strong this season and anyone can beat anyone on any given night. When we get our injured players back, I really believe we are not far short of being a top team. The Directors have been fantastic in backing me to bring Mike back to the club – we are all committed to trying to be the best we can be and Mike rejoining us definitely takes us another step in that direction.”

“I’m so pumped to be a Blaze player again,” said Egener. “It’s been a tough road back and I’m really looking forward to the challenge. “