The Huntsville Havoc announced this week that the team will retire the jersey number of longtime defenseman Nolan Kaiser. Kaiser played seven seasons for the Havoc — 281 games, as a matter of fact.
The team will honor him and retire his no. 10 at a ceremony at the end of the month,Read more
Nolan Kaiser’s career
A native of Calgary, Kaiser played his college hockey at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks before joining the Havoc in 2015. He played a key role in the Havoc’s back-to-back championships in 2018 and 2019.
Here are some more notable stats in Kaiser’s career:
- Played in a total of 281 games for Huntsville
- Recorded 50 goals and 138 assists for a total of 187 points
- Had 555 penalty minutes while playing for the Havoc
- Was twice named to the First Team All-SPHL.
Kaiser will be honored prior to the game on March 31 as a part of Championship Reunion weekend. Tickets can be purchased from Ticketmaster, the VBC Box Office, or over the phone from the Havoc office (256-518-6160).
“I am humbled and honored to have my jersey retired by the Havoc. I have created lifelong memories and friends throughout my 7 years playing in Huntsville. I can’t wait to share this moment with my wife, family, friends, former teammates, and fans that supported me throughout my career.”Huntsville Havoc veteran Nolan Kaiser
Kaiser’s number is the fifth jersey retired by the Havoc. His no. 10 joins Chris George (no. 17), Mike Degurse (no. 33), John Gibson (no. 23) and Stuart Stefan (no. 7) in the rafters as retired numbers.
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