Charlie Mosey Announces Retirement from Professional Hockey


The following article was posted on on Thursday, August 23 featuring former Dartmouth standout Charlie Mosey.

By Allan Crow

As a new season of ice hockey begins, Charlie Mosey has confirmed his retirement from the game.

He iced with Fife Flyers in season 2017-18, winning the Gardiner Conference and adding his name to them long line of winners of the Fife Free Press’ Mirror of Merit trophy.

For a player who came across on a trial basis, it worked out more than alright – his work rate and strength saw him compared to Fife legend, Russell Monteith, and he quickly became a fans favourite.

Mosey came to Kirkcaldy after consulting fellow Dartmouth College alumni, Matt Reber, who iced with the team from 2013-15, and quickly earned a spot on the roster.

He iced in 49 games, scoring 15 goals and 21 assists, but the stats only tell part of his contribution to the conference-winning team.

Now, at the age of 26, he is leaving his skates in the locker and won’t be lacing up this season.

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