ECHL Player Transactions: Florida Everblades

The Florida Everblades re-signed defenseman Adrien Bisson and forward Andrew Fyten for the 2024-25 season.

Photo by: Christina Slemp for Inside the Rink

25-year-old Cornwall, ON native Adrien Bisson, signed his first professional contract with the Everblades in March. He played nine games during the regular season and two in the playoffs. Bisson joins Jordan Sambrook, who re-signed earlier this week, as the two defensemen under contract for next year.

Photo by: Christina Slemp for Inside the Rink

Andrew Fyten returns to the Everblades for a third season. Fyten was injured during the game against the South Carolina Stingrays on March 16th and could not return to the lineup. He had four goals, five assists, and 21 penalties in the 21 games he did play for Florida this season.  

James Slemp

I write for and photograph the Florida Everblades for ITR. I am a retiree that has turned my hobby of photography into a business. I currently live in Sarasota, Florida with my wife, Christy, but I'm originally from California. My previous career has taken me all over the US and the world and I definitely enjoy traveling. I've played hockey for over 30 years, learning as an adult, and love the game.

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