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Edmonton Impact Signs Timothy “Raney” Stanczak for 2014

Edmonton Impact Signs Timothy “Raney” Stanczak for 2014

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Minutes ago, Social paintball has confirmed with Edmonton Impact that free agent Timothy “Raney” Stanczak has been acquired by the team. Travel restrictions were cited as the impetus for him leaving Tampa Bay Damage after the 2013 PSP World Cup. While he is not expected to start, Stanczak will provide quality depth anywhere on the field for Edmonton.

Dave Bains, back player for Edmonton Impact stated: “We look forward to having Raney on the team. He had a solid year with Tampa Bay and we look forward to seeing what he can accomplish with us in 2014.”

We’ve reached out to Stanczak for comment.

Edmonton Impact recently defeated Toulouse Tontons to win the 2013 ICC (Intercontinental Cup), defending their 2012 ICC PALS World Cup trophy on the beautiful island of Langkawi in Malaysia.

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4 Comments
  • Trev Tard
    November 22, 2013

    Wow. so, why are they still from edmonton? siewers, baines, bornstein, Raney…They should be called Sacremento or Los Angeles Impact now.

  • @Trev
    November 22, 2013

    Trev, half of their team still lives in edmonton lol.

    • trev tard
      November 23, 2013

      and philly. and where ever jrab lives. so that leaves about 3

  • Mike#17
    January 7, 2014

    That and the fact that the owner of the team, Bart Yachimec lives in Alberta the province that edmonton is located in, as does Justin Cornell, the Yachimec brothers, and Josh Ouimet. Make no mistake that is the core of Edmonton Impact and it will be for the foreseeable future. Keep note that until recently the majority of the team was based out of Canada, 2 years ago the team Still had Cole Scott, and Josh Davey.

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