Where are the final set of Monarchs now?

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The ECHL will open its season on Friday, but it will do so without the Manchester Monarchs after the team folded in May.

Here’s who was on the team during their final home game in Exeter and where they ended up this season.

The Indy Fuel signed Sam Kurker (pictured) on Oct. 4, 2019 – screenshot

Head Coach

Doug Christiansen – Indy Fuel (ECHL)


Cole Kehler – Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL)

Charles Williams – Indy Fuel (ECHL)


Chris Carlisle -MAC Újbuda (Slovakia)

Stephan Falkovsky – Allen Americans (ECHL)

David Kolomatis – Retired (Account Executive at Core Medical Group – Bedford, N.H.)

Brenden Miller – Brampton Beast (ECHL)

Danil Miromanov – SKA-Neva St. Petersburg (VHL, Russia)

Craig Wyszomirski – Indy Fuel (ECHL)


Tony Cameranesi – Storhamar (GET-Ligaen, Norway)

Michael Doherty – Indy Fuel (ECHL)

Kevin Dufour – Dundee (Scotland) Stars (EIHL)

Bokondji Imama – Ontario Reign (AHL)

Sam Kurker – Indy Fuel (ECHL)

Pavel Jenys – HC Kometa Brno (Czech Extraliga)

Pierre-Luc Mercier – Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL)

Jack Nevins – Florida Everblades (ECHL)

Joe Pendenza – Milwakee Admirals (AHL)

Nic Pierog – Worcester Railers (ECHL)

Cory Ward – Cincinnati Cyclones (ECHL)

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