For the last time this week, we wake you up with the big stories from across British Ice Hockey as we go Around the Rinks and find out what’s been happening.
After finally snapping their six game losing run, Fife Flyers’ Rick Pinkston is looking on the positive side of things as they prepare to host Coventry Blaze on Saturday (Fife Today)
There was an impressive haul of teddies from kind-hearted Milton Keynes Lightning fans at their ‘Air the Bear’ event at last Saturday’s game against Manchester Storm (MK Lightning)
More charitable news from MK, who announced last night they raised just over £2,500 for the Royal British Legion when they commemorated Armistice Day last month (MK Lightning)
Ahead of their meeting on Sunday, Coventry Blaze prepare for the visit of Nottingham Panthers by looking back on moments from previous clashes between them (Coventry Blaze)
Glasgow Clan are reminding fans their home game with Manchester Storm has on Sunday has an earlier face off at Braehead Arena. Details can be found on the Glasgow Clan website.
We caught up with how NHL prospect Liam Kirk got on in his last couple of games for Peterborough Petes last weekend as he looked to build on his five goals the week before (British Ice Hockey)
Peterborough Phantoms are rolling out the red carpet, in a manner of speaking, for two former legends who will be in attendance for their game with Basingstoke Bison on Sunday (Peterborough Phantoms)
Dundee Stars have a home double bill to look forward to when they entertain Milton Keynes Lightning and Sheffield Steelers this weekend. Matt Marquardt spoke to Stars TV about the two games coming up: