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“WHERE ARE THEY NOW?” – EVAN MOSEY

When Evan Mosey played for the Wenatchee Wild in the 2008-09 season, he primarily played as a forward. As his career moved along, he found himself migrating more towards defense and that’s helped him maintain a solid professional career in Europe.

Mosey, who has dual citizenship in the United Kingdom and the United States, claims the Chicago suburb of Downers Grove, IL as his home. He played with the Chicago Force and Chicago Mission U18 clubs, and also had a stint with the Tulsa Rampage (WSHL) before trekking west to join the expansion Wenatchee Wild in the NAHL. At the league Showcase Tournament, Mosey would score the first goal in franchise history (vs Motor City on Wed Sep. 17, 2008).

His college career included four quality seasons at Minnesota State – Mankato, where he appeared in 108 games while making the WCHA All-Academic Team his final three seasons. After graduation, he headed overseas and played a season of pro hockey in the Netherlands, then two seasons in the UK with the Nottingham Panthers. In 2016 he skated for Great Britain in the IIHF World Championships. The following season he returned stateside where he played in 41 games for the Rockford IceHogs (AHL) and 9 games with the Indy Fuel (ECHL), both affiliate teams for the Chicago Blackhawks. He returned to skate in the IIHF World Championship for Great Britain again in 2017.

Mosey rejoined the Nottingham Panthers in the 2017-18 season and had a solid season. The following year he chose to play in Denmark initially but then returned to the EIHL with the Cardiff Devils where he played in 40 games and then on to the playoffs. He skated once again in the IIHF World Championships for Great Britain in May 2019 and following reconstructive knee surgery anticipates playing for Cardiff again in early 2020.