Manchester Storm are excited to confirm the return of Canadian netminder Evan Weninger for the 2024-25 EIHL campaign. The All-Star shot stopper had a phenomenal rookie campaign in the EIHL and was a hugely influential member of the squad last season.

In 47 starts, Weninger had a remarkable .929 SV%, which set a new franchise record, eclipsing the previous marker of .921 (in 2019-20) set by now former Head Coach, Matt Ginn. Coupled with the save percentage, Weninger only allowed 2.54 GAA, surpassing the previous franchise best of 2.84 by Ginn in the aforementioned campaign.

The Saskatoon native was deservedly hot property within the EIHL, on the continent and across the pond. However, his affinity to the city and Storm were determining factors in the club’s ability to retain one of their star players.

Weninger has turned down multiple substantial offers to remain in a Storm jersey for the 2024/25 EIHL season, and this is definitely a sign of things to come this off-season.

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