August 13, 1964 |
|Height||5 ft 8 in (173 cm)|
|Weight||160 lb (73 kg; 11 st 6 lb)|
Rick Fera (born August 13, 1964) in Keswick, Ontario Canada) is an English/Canadian ice hockey Forward. Rick Fera kept a remarkable scoring record throughout his playing career and is regarded as a hero at Murrayfield Racers as well as other British teams such as Solihull Barons, Basingstoke Bison and Fife Flyers.
Fera spent the majority of his playing career playing in Great Britain, although he played junior ice hockey in his native Ontario. Fera also is a British citizen, which he achieved during his career. Although not well built, Fera was a speedy skater, who was extremely quick across the ice. Fera also played with high skill, was a deadly accurate shooter, and an extremely unselfish player, his points scoring record shows both these skills. His short partnership (#7 Jersey) with Great Britain Hall Of Famer & All-Star Player Tony Hand (#9 Jersey) at Murrayfield bore an uncanny ability to know where each other were on ice, giving rise to highly productive numbers together. He also is highly respected[by whom?] as he is a clean player, and he was a rare visitor to the penalty bin.
|Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds||OHL||83/94||70||63||49|
|Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds||OHL||84/85||1||1||0|
|Trafford Metros||English League||91/92||35||174||50|
|Missed 95/96 season through injuries|
|Great Britain||Ice Hockey World Championships||93/94||13||22||22|
- 1986/87 British Hockey League Champion with Murrayfield Racers
- 1986/87 British Hockey League Most Goals with Murrayfield Racers
- 1986/87 British Hockey League Most Points with Murrayfield Racers
- 1986/87 British Hockey League Best Player with Murrayfield Racers
- 1986/87 British Hockey League All star Team.