Around the Rinks – Fri 18 Jan 19

Good morning, hockey fans!

Just another load of headlines from around the country to set you up for the day and we start with a new arrival who was announced first thing…

Sheffield Steelers added to their ranks with the signing of Tom Zanoski, formerly of Medvescak Zagreb (Sheffield Steelers)

Team-mate John Armstrong is backing Zanoski to be hit for the Steelers after they were reunited at the club (Yorkshire Post)

We send best wishes to Nottingham Panthers General Manager Gary Moran after he came through major surgery in good form, beginning his road to recovery (Nottingham Panthers)

Panthers defenceman Tim Billingsley looks ahead to the weekend trip to Scotland that sees them play all three teams north of the border, starting tonight (Nottingham Panthers)

Great Britain’s Men’s Under 20’s team are still in with a shout of a medal after defeating the previously unbeaten Romanian side 4-2 in the penultimate game (Ice Hockey UK, British Ice Hockey)

The Elite League have announced their information relating to the play-off finals weekend at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham in April (Elite League)

Dundee Stars are going back to the 80’s when they host Nottingham Panthers tonight in a Retro Night, with information about what’s going on (Dundee Stars)

Bracknell Bees coach Doug Sheppard wasn’t happy with former club, Basingstoke Bison, according to Bracknell News

Cardiff Devils’ Gleason Fournier is having a fantastic season this year (Dai Sport)

And to finish off today, here’s a story about the time Fife Flyers beat a Canadian Winter Olympic gold medal winning team (Fife Today)

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