Good morning hockey fans!
It’s that time again where we bring you the best of the stories and headlines from all over the country, with a couple of games to look forward to in the Elite League.
Let’s get started…
Cardiff Devils are on the road as they take a midweek trip to Glasgow to take on the Clan as they continue the hunt for a third straight title (Dai Sport)
Craig Peacock is back in action for Glasgow Clan tonight when they host Cardiff Devils and the forward is hoping an early goal for his team can set the tone (British Ice Hockey)
Nottingham Panthers have announced their tickets for the play-off quarter final will go on sale, but have yet to confirm the exact date (Nottingham Panthers)
Staying with the Panthers, forward Luke Pither looks ahead to their weekend road trip to Glasgow where third place is at stake (Nottingham Panthers)
Milton Keynes Lightning have made a statement clarifying points made regarding the employment of former coach Doug McKay in response to an article (MK Lightning)
The play-offs begin in the NIHL Division One in the North and South this weekend and Swindon Wildcats have provided a handy guide of how their post season competition works.
Wildcats’ GM says he never doubted that his side would cross the finish line and take the Division One South title at the weekend (Swindon Advertiser)
Sheffield Steeldogs are putting their title near miss behind them and are gunning for the play-offs after missing out on Division One North at the weekend (Yorkshire Post)
Hull Pirates’ commercial manager Andre Payette has warned the job isn’t over yet as they being their play-off campaign this weekend (Hull Daily Mail)
Congratulations to Coventry Blaze media manager Craig Summerton, who has expanded his role and became a full-time member of the team at the Skydome (Coventry Blaze)
Fife Flyers say Chase Schaber will miss the remainder of the season through injury:
UPDATE: It’s unlikely that Flyers Forward, Chase Schaber, will return to the ice this season following a boarding incident on Mar 10th. Head Coach Todd Dutiaume: “It’s frustrating to lose a key player in such a manner as we try secure a play-off spot” https://t.co/rCVPnbcg2g
— Fife Flyers (@FifeFlyers) March 19, 2019
And finally, Aaron, Paul and Chris are heading to Glasgow in the latest FreeSports television offering
LIVE @officialEIHL tomorrow evening on FreeSports!
— FreeSports 📺 (@FreeSports_TV) March 19, 2019