Tetlow Returns

Former Nottingham Panthers defenceman, Joshua Tetlow, has returned to the Motorpoint Arena, ahead of the 2023/24 season; he is the first signing of new coach, Jonathan Paredes

Tetlow, who played for the Panthers between 2017 and 2022, left Nottingham to play for RoKi, in the Finnish league, making 55 appearances for them, whilst also representing Great Britain, at the 2021 (in Latvia) and 2022 IHF World Championships (Finland).

Born in Frimley, Surrey, the now, 25-year-old, spent the early part of his career on the ice, in the Bracknell set-up, eventually turning out for Bees over a couple of seasons; a loan spell in Peterborough (2019), was followed by a sojourn to Finland and the JHT outfit (2020), whilst also donning the GB jersey at U20, and full international level.

Soon to add to his 200+ appearances for the Panthers, Tetlow, who was part of the GB side that won Gold at the Arena, at the recent World Championship Division I Group A tournament, said of his return: “I am really excited to be coming back to Nottingham. This is my home and I love playing here.

“I had a really enjoyable season in Finland and it has improved my game. I certainly learned a lot last season.

“I can’t wait to get back on the ice in-front of the Panthers supporters again.”

Watch the full interview with Tetlow, courtesy of Panthers TV, here.

Meanwhile, the new Head Coach at the Panthers, Jonathan Paredes, who replaced Corey Neilson following the end of last seasons’ play-offs, added of the new arrival, the first of a new era at the Arena: “Josh is a big strong defenceman and will make our blue-line better next season.

“He knows the club and knows what it means to be a Panther – and that’s really important.

“We are excited to have him back in Nottingham.”

Season tickets for the 2023/24 season are now on sale, with Bronze, Silver, and Gold, available to Panthers fans; you can get more information on those here.

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*Article provided by Peter Mann (Senior Correspondent).

*Main image @PanthersImages Josh Tetlow returns to Nottingham.

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