Around the Rinks: Haddad set for Devils return and how Fife snared Smail

Good morning, hockey fans!

It’s the start of another day and a chance to cast your eye over some of the stories that have caught our eye since we last saw you.

Cardiff Devils’ Joey Haddad is set to return for Andrew Lord’s side when they head to Kirkcaldy to take on Fife Flyers on Thursday (Dai Sport)

Belfast Giants back on title track with win over Manchester Storm as they get over Sheffield Steelers loss (Belfast Telegraph, BBC NI Sport)

Fife Free Press tell the story of how former NHL star Doug Smail ended up in Kirkcaldy and the impact he had on the club (Fife Today)

Dundee Stars player-assistant coach Matt Marquardt tells BBC Sport Scotland it was unacceptable to lose three goals to Coventry Blaze in their victory on Sunday.

Sheffield Star brought us a rare insight into the mind of Sheffield Steelers coach Tom Barrasso and what makes him tick.

In this week’s Monday After, in case you missed it, we looked at the possible new routes Nottingham Panthers and Sheffield Steelers after the end of the season (British Ice Hockey)

Sheffield Steelers have announced they’ve sold 4,000 tickets, all priced at £5 for the visit of Fife Flyers on Saturday (Sheffield Steelers)

We’re a little late to the party, but massive congratulations to Cardiff Devils on qualifying for the Champions Hockey League for a third straight year


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