Dan Ceman is to offer Sheffield Steelers wantaway winger Tylor Michel the experience he craves.
Ceman, a former Sheffield centreman, contacted his old club to make background checks on the forward who wants to experience a new league and country. Ceman, coach at Sønderjyske in Denmark, is trying to strengthen his side. Steelers spokesman Dave Simms said: “There is no way we would stand in Tylor’s way. We told Dan that he should sign him every day Monday to Saturday, and twice on Sunday.”
Steelrs have been monitoring Cardiff Devils’ situation with goaltender Frank Doyle. The Canadian had hoped to study a business degree studies at Cardiff University, but that option is not available so Doyle pulled out of a move there.