ICE HOCKEY - Constable turns professional with Coventry Blaze - The Coventry Observer

ICE HOCKEY - Constable turns professional with Coventry Blaze

COVENTRY Blaze have confirmed the signing of Canadian forward Grayson Constable for the 2024/25 Elite League season.

The 26-year-old turns professional with Blaze following five years in the NCAA with College of the Holy Cross and Long Island University.

Standing at 6ft 2in and shooting right, Constable amassed 44 points (23 goals, 21 assists) and blocked 104 shots over 156 appearances.

Blaze head coach, Kevin Moore, said: “Grayson is a high character, high energy player. He uses his skating to be relentless all over the ice and he will make an impact in all phases of the game for us this season.”

In his senior season at Holy Cross, he served as captain and left the programme ranked eighth in career shorthanded goals.

He also made the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic Team twice in 2020 and 2023.




Before his NCAA career, the Lethbridge, AB native shone in the AJHL with the Bonnyville Pontiacs, where he captained the team during the 2018/19 season and recorded 54 points (24 goals, 30 assists) in 52 regular season games.


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