Bombers Bring Back Big E

by Bombers Staff

The Long Beach Bombers are proud to announce the return of veteran forward, Erik Ehrmantraut. The 6’2, 192lb left shot forward hails from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and was born December 16, 1999. Last season, Ehrmantraut compiled a stat line of 37GP-9G-6A-15PTS-72PIMs.

Ehrmantraut started his 2017-2018 season in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League, before moving to the PJHL, then down to Long Beach and the WSHL. In 23 Games Played for Long Beach, Ehrmantraut recorded 6 Goals and 3 Assists, with 40 Penalty Minutes. The Bombers traded Ehrmantraut to the Valencia Flyers, in the deal that added Spencer Kozlowski, Matthew Reyes, Lukas Moravsky, and Melwin Thorsson.

Long Beach Bombers Head Coach & General Manager, Chris White, commented, “Big E has the potential to be a very good power forward. He possesses a heavy shot, and has the ability to be a physical presence. I really liked the style of game he was playing towards the end of last season, and we expect him to continue that progression. He’ll have the opportunity to earn a prominent role, within our forward group, and play some important minutes. We’re excited he has decided to return.”

Erik’s Player Profile:

Q & A with Erik Ehrmantraut:

With a season of WSHL hockey under your belt, what are your expectations for the 2018-2019 campaign? 

To win another division title and make it to the Thorne Cup. Also, to have a great locker room and win a championship together.

What has your off-season focus been, to improve your production level, this year?

My offseason has been lots of skating and trying to get on the puck faster.

What are some of the reasons you chose to come back to Long Beach?

It’s a great place to play, with great coaches.

What are some of your best memories from last season, both on and off the ice? 

Some of the top memories are going on a road trip to Lake Tahoe, and our Chipotle Sunday’s.