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Evan Mosey has agreed to terms with a team in the top league in France.
He will spend this season with Les Rapaces de Gap in the French Magnus League.
Mosey missed the majority of the 2019-20 season recovering from a knee injury sustained in the 2019 World Championships as a member of Team GB. He managed to return for 8 games last season scoring 4 goals and 3 assists in a spirited return for the Devils.
“Evan missed most of last season so I think this is a good move for him,” said Managing Director Todd Kelman.
“We were all surprised that he made it back to play at all last season, so I am pleased for him to be able to get a guaranteed job in France with a great organisation like Gap.
“Evan’s speed makes him a serious threat every time he is on the ice and allows him to take chances where other players might not be able to get back into position. I love the way he plays and what he brings to a team every game.
“Off the ice, he is a big personality and a huge fan favourite. We love him here in Cardiff and we know the fans in Gap will love him too.”
Mosey becomes the fourth player from last year’s team to sign in other European leagues that have confirmed start dates. The Elite League continue to monitor the situation in the UK and are expected to make an announcement next week.
“He won’t be the last player to move on for the 2020-21 season,” said Kelman, “but we have already talked about getting him back in Cardiff for the 2021-22 season, which is a positive.”