Sunday 2 June

Ben Davies is back for 2024-25

Cardiff born forward returns for an 11th season


Pictured above: Davies in action against Glasgow last season (photo James Assinder)

On the eve of his testimonial match, the Devils are pleased to confirm the signing of Ben Davies for another year. 

Davies finished off his tenth season as a Devil last year with 8 goals and 13 assists for 21 points in 65 games played in all competitions.  Davies was a mainstay on the Devils penalty killing unit and led the team with 2 shorthanded goals.  

He was selected to represent GB at the IIHF World Championship in Prague where he played 7 more games for the National Team.  


Davies was born and bred in Cardiff and came up through the ranks of the junior ice hockey system in Cardiff, eventually making his debut with the Devils in the 2007-08 season.  He moved away from the Devils in 2014 but returned for the 2021-22 season and went on to win the Playoff Championship at the end of that season.  

davies5-v-katowice.jpgPictured above:  Davies in Continental Cup action (photo James Assinder)

Head Coach Pete Russell spoke about the re-signing of Ben Davies:

“Benny has found his role with the Devils and plays a very similar role with the National Team.

“His work ethic and his speed are his best assets, which is why he is so good on the penalty kill.  

“He has scored some huge goals for the Devils and for the National Team, he seems to find ways to score in the big games.  

“As a person, they don’t come much better than Ben.  He is a fantastic team guy, easy to coach and great to have in the locker room.”  

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