by Rob Lippolis

BINGHAMTON- The Binghamton Black Bears of the Federal Prospect Hockey League announced on Friday morning the signing of Taylor Cutting.  Cutting is the second defenseman to be added this week to the Black Bears roster ahead of their weekend series against the Watertown Wolves.  

Cutting is a native of Royersford, PA, and is your strong, physical presence that the Black Bears staff thought they were missing on the ice.  Cutting has shown toughness and grit at every level of hockey he has played and is eager to join Binghamton's ranks.  Cutting has previously been in the FPHL with the former Elmira Enforcers, and most recently with the Macon Mayhem of the SPHL.

When asked about the addition to the squad, Head coach Gary Gill said, 

"We are trying to toughen up in our own zone, and with the addition of Taylor it adds to our back end and we are excited to have him."

Fans will be able to spot Cutting wearing the #20 starting on Friday night at 7:00P.M. as the Black Bears take on the Watertown Wolves.   

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