Around the Rinks: Bowers appeal grows and EIHA circulate structural proposal

Good morning, hockey fans!

Another busy ahead so let’s bring you up to speed with the news and headlines from around the country as we take a trip Around the Rinks.

The appeal to help MK Thunder forward Ross Bowers after his eye injury has been all over social media, with clubs and fans pledging and donating their support (MK Citizen, British Ice Hockey)

A proposed structure for the NIHL has been circulated to all clubs ahead of a meeting to decide the way forward in 2019-20 (EIHA)

The first meeting about governance in UK ice hockey has yielded positive responses after a meeting in Sheffield at the weekend (EIHA)

Sheffield Steelers forward Tom Zanoski says victory over Fife Flyers will keep them ahead in the race of the play-offs (Sheffield Star)

The EIHA have ruled on outstanding fixtures to be played in the NIHL (EIHA)

We had a look at the four clubs heavily involved in the Elite League play-off race and weighed up their remaining fixtures (British Ice Hockey)

Milton Keynes Lightning coach Tim Wallace says he’s learned a lot in a ‘crazy’ season (MK Lightning)

Nottingham Panthers netminder Patrick Munson spoke to Panthers Radio about Sunday’s win over Fife Flyers (Nottingham Panthers)

Ahead of a busy few months for the GB national team, BBC Sport have published this handy list of fixtures in the run up to the World Championships

Hot off the presses, we spoke a man who made history in the Elite League recently (British Ice Hockey)

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