Enforcers Resign 3 and Add 1

by Jon Kliment

The Enforcers are proud to announce several signings ahead of the 2019-2020 campaign as Nathan Pelligra, Cameron Yarwood, and Kyle Stevens have all made their way back to the Enforcers and a newcomer in Egor Babynin will also join the ranks this season..


Nathan Pelligra joined the team late after being traded from the Danville Dashers and was an outstanding presence on offense scoring 11 points in 20 games and becoming a huge presence in the faceoff circle. Pelligra finished his first professional season with 22 points in a cumulative 40 games in the FHL and SPHL.


Cameron Yarwood spent the entire 2018-2019 campaign with the Enforcers and won Defenseman of the Year from both the Federal Hockey League and the Enforcers. This was Yarwood’s third stint in the FHL where he has made a huge impact defensively for any team he has played on. Cameron had 10 goals, 2 assists, and 24 PIMs last season.


Kyle Stevens had a banner year in 2018-2019 as he came out of camp and stayed with the Enforcers the full season. Stevens put up a career high 55 total points in the regular season before adding 7 more during the Enforcers playoff push. Kyle established himself as a first line talent as well taking the center position of the Ahmed Mahfouz and Stepan Timofeyev line.


The Enforcers are also proud to announce the signing of Egor Babynin. Babynin a left handed defenseman from Vladivostok, RUS, spent the last two seasons in the MHL, a Russian junior league. Babynin came over to the United States and played one game for the Macon Mayhem of the SPHL last season.


Pelligra, Yarwood, Stevens, and Babyin now join Troy Passingham, Marko Novosel, Glen Patterson, Mahfouz, and Timofeyev having signed for the 2019-2020 Elmira Enforcers season.