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9 roster registrations now completed

Opening squads decided - changes explained

Following Coventry and Guildford, who started competitive fixtures last weekend, seven more teams have now registered their initial rosters for 2021/22.

Belfast Giants have registered 14 non-homegrown players, and are allowed to make an additional 6 changes during the season. In total, 20 players are registered to their squad.

Cardiff Devils have registered 13 non-homegrown players, and are permitted to make an additional 7 changes during the season. In total, 19 players are registered to their squad.

Coventry Blaze have registered 13 non-homegrown players, and are permitted to make an additional 7 changes during the season. In total, 23 players are registered to their squad.

Dundee Stars have registered 14 non-homegrown players, and are allowed to make an additional 6 changes during the season. In total, 20 players are registered to their squad.

Fife Flyers have registered 14 non-homegrown players, and are allowed to make an additional 6 changes during the season. In total, 19 players are registered to their squad.

Guildford Flames have registered 13 non-homegrown players, and are allowed to make an additional 7 changes during the season. In total, 19 players are registered to their squad.

Manchester Storn have registered 13 non-homegrown players, and are allowed to make an additional 7 changes during the season. In total, 20 players are registered to their squad.

Nottingham Panthers have registered 13 non-homegrown players, and are allowed to make an additional 7 changes during the season.

Sheffield Steelers have registered 15 non-homegrown players, and are allowed to make an additional 5 changes during the season. In total, 23 players are registered to their squad.

Note: one change is automatically reserved for an emergency netminder after the IIHF signing deadline.

Teams are permitted to register a total of 28 players during this season. More details about the roster regulations can be found here.

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