Frank Mark “The Animal” Bialowas (born September 25, 1969) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player who played in four National Hockey League (NHL) games with the Toronto Maple Leafs during the 1993–94 season. He was known as an enforcer during his eleven-season playing career and was a member of the Philadelphia Phantoms’ 1998 Calder Cup championship team. He was inducted into the Phantoms’ Hall of Fame in 2005.
Frank is known as one of the toughest players to ever play the game of hockey. With his knowledge, Frank is a very valuable asset to the Ice Enforcers Team.
Brad Wingfield is a retired ice hockey player from Gibsons, British Columbia Canada. He played for Canadian teams like Sherbrooke Saint-Francoise, Kelowna Spartans, Penicton Panthers, Royal City Outlaw (1992 – 1996) but made quite a name for himself with the Danbury Traders who were known as a very “aggressive” team.
He also played for some American teams such as Corpus Christi Ice Beams, Central Texas Stampede, New Mexico Scorpions and the Utah Grizzlies (1997 – 2006)
Brad was know as a “hot-headed” player known for causing trouble throughout his career. He was called a “wingnut” during his time in Danbury. His hockey career ended in 2008.
Recently, he made headlines when his career was mentioned in the Netflix series “Untold”. In the show, Danbury Trashers president and team manager A.J. Galante explained how they hired players like Brad to become the “evil empire” of the UHL and wanted that bad-boy image.
Jon “Nasty” Mirasty is from Flying Dust, Saskatchewan Canada and is a retired Cree native Canadian ice hockey player who played in multiple professional leagues including the WHL, KHL, and AHL. He was nicknamed “Nasty” by both teammates and fans and had quite following due to his Mohawk hairstyle and his laughing during fights.
Jon, who weighs in at a stocky 220lbs at 5’10” originally planned on retiring from hockey in 2006 but after playing low-level professional hockey, he was soon given a chance to play for the Syracuse Crunch of the AHL. The Crunch are a minor-league affiliate to the Columbus Blue Jackets. He appeared in a number of exhibition games with Columbus but played mostly with the Crunch during that time. “Nasty” finished his career with the Sorel-Tracy Blackhawks.
Most recently, the Flying Dust First Nation native took his talents from the rink to behind the camera, appearing in the Canadian TV show Shoresy which is a spin-off to the award-winning Letterkenny. The details of his role have not been made public as the show is in the shooting phase of production.
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