Earlier today, Bees’ netminder, Adam Goss, announced his retirement from hockey.

It’s come time for me to say goodbye to hockey. The journey has been incredible. I have met some truly outstanding people, traveled the world, and it’s been a privilege playing this great game. Thank you to all the teammates, coaches, and fans I’ve met along the way. Love you all and wish you all the best. A special mention to those who have supported my journey; my dad for his outstanding commitment and strong vocals at games, my mum for putting up with him, and my wonderful wife for putting up with me. My priories have shifted in recent months and it’s time to move onto a new chapter in my life. Gossy, out

Adam Goss

Adam made his senior debut in 2011/2012 with the Coventry Blaze where he spent time between the pipes for both the ENL Blaze and with the EIHL Blaze squad. His performances in Coventry saw him receive a call up for Great Britain at both U18 and U20 levels – Gossy backstopping the team to gold in 2014/2015.

The 2014/2015 season saw him move stateside to Mercyhurst University where he would spend 4 years before returning to the UK with another EIHL team in the MK Lightning.

Adam joined the Bees at the start of the 2019/2020 season and went on to make 118 appearances (114 starts) over three seasons in the black, white and gold. He would register 38 wins in his time with 3 shutouts, a .886% SVP and a GAA of 3.96.

Everyone at the club would like to place on record their thanks to Adam for his time and professionalism both on and off the ice during his time at the Bees and wish him all the best in the next chapter of his life.