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Ice hockey team Peterborough Phantoms launched an attack on a National League opponent to sign a defensive star


Tom Barry. Photo: Courtesy of Sheffield Steeldogs.

The 24-year-old is a product of Sheffield’s junior system and has played most of his career so far in the city. He represented Greyhounds, Rapiers, Steelhawks, Spartants, Scimitars and Sheffield Steeldogs, while his short spells took him to Widnes, Sutton and even Edinburgh, for one Elite League appearance.

At Sheffield, Barry helped the team win the 2017/18 NIHL 1 North race.

Barry is now ready for a new challenge and is thrilled to come to Peterborough for the next step in his career.

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“I can’t wait to get started,” Barry said. “It’s been such a long wait, but I’m grateful to have the opportunity to come to Peterborough and be part of such a strong and challenging team for titles. I already know quite a few guys and I’ve heard it’s a great team to be a part of. The fans. In Peterborough they are among the best in the league and I can’t wait to show what I can do.”

And the Phantom Trainer Slava Kulikov It was a pleasure to see Barry arrive at Ice Planet.

“Tom is a reliable defensive man, he stays at home and will balance our ‘D’ attacking core,” Kulikov said. “He is a real team player and I am sure the fans will love him. I am very happy to have him join our group and can’t wait to start working with him.”


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