Fox Leaves Havoc

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Huntsville, Ala. –¬†Huntsville Havoc head coach Glenn Detulleo announced today that forward Justin Fox has been called up to Tulsa of the Central Hockey League. Forward Kyle Laughlin was returned yesterday from Las Vegas and center Tyler Noseworthy was released.

There is now a spot open for Noseworthy, but by SPHL rules the Havoc must wait a week before they can re-sign him if he doesn’t get claimed off waivers by another team.

Fox has been a leader both on and off the ice for the Havoc for the past two seasons. He has played in 24 games this season and scored 11 goals and 11 assists. He played in 52 games last season and scored 22 goals and added 24 assists.

Laughlin played in 15 games with the Havoc and scored three goals and added four assists before being called up by Las Vegas of the ECHL. He played in four games for Las Vegas.

The Havoc hit the road this Saturday night to take on the Ice Bears in Knoxville.

Courtesy Huntsville Havoc Media Relations