The Watertown Wolves would like to announce that Lane King has agreed to return to the team for next season. King joins the Wolves for a 3rd season in the FPHL. King, a fan favorite for the past 2 years, is now ready to make a run for the Commissioners Cup.
“My season last year was unfortunately cut way too short, due to injury, but I’m hungry to get back on the ice and get to work on winning a championship.” King has played in 41 games for the Wolves scoring 20 goals and getting 53 assists for 73 points. “With the talent we have, as well as new players coming in, it’s definitely going to be a good year in Watertown. I’m very excited and can’t wait for the season to start. Like most of the Wolves players, the fans in Watertown are a crucial reason why a lot of players want to return to the Den,” King said.
Wolves owner Andreas Johansson said, “King is the perfect personality for this team, he is a leader and a hard worker and will help achieve our goals. We like getting our veteran players back, and Lane is someone I know ticks all the boxes for the style of hockey we want to play.”
The Wolves have now added Eric Masters, Fred Hein, Stefano Alonzi, Lane King and Jamie Lukas in the last month, and are gearing up for the season with 4 months to go until training camp. The Wolves are already working hard and are ready to make a statement this season.