The 26-year-old was drafted by the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes in 2009 and has gone on to play in the AHL and ECHL.
He spent last season with Florida Everblades and Reading Royals.
Bloodoff said: “I’m ready to start a new chapter in my career with the Fife Flyers.
“I am really excited to get the season started and help Flyers win a championship this year.”
Assistant coach Jeff Hutchins added: “All the reports we got back on Evan comment on how fast he is.
“I think that is a trait that we have been looking for with all our signings, we want to play a fast responsible 200-foot game.
“Evan has twice scored over 20 goals in the ECHL and has the ability to go beyond that for the coming season.
“We look forward to getting him and the other guys in for training camp.”