Good morning, hockey fans!
We’ve reached Thursday, so firstly well done everyone. Let’s see what’s been happening around the rinks this morning
Ahead of their trip to Sheffield Steelers, Cardiff Devils can expect a hot reception when they head to the Fly DSA Arena this weekend (Sheffield Star)
Belfast Giants reveal they’ll take to the ice on Saturday in their game against Coventry Blaze sporting their St Patrick’s Day jerseys (Belfast Giants)
The Giants have also provided the information you need to know about the double header with Coventry when they play on Friday and Saturday (Belfast Giants)
Peterborough Phantoms claimed the NIHL South Cup with a 6-5 aggregate win over Basingstoke Bison, drawing 4-4 on the night and taking the title. Congratulations Phantoms!
🏆🏆 PETERBOROUGH PHANTOMS – SOUTH CUP WINNERS!!!! 🏆🏆 pic.twitter.com/KYKlq5Zbt7
— Peterborough Phantoms (@GoPhantoms) March 13, 2019
Glasgow Clan are welcoming back former forward Stefan Meyer on Friday night as he is inducted on to the club’s Wall of Fame when they take on Dundee Stars and his banner is up already (Glasgow Clan)
Nottingham Panthers’ Jaynen Rissling looks ahead to the club’s home double header this weekend when they take on Manchester Storm and Dundee Stars (Nottingham Panthers)
All the information you need for Coventry Blaze’s home game with Fife Flyers on Sunday, some of which is worth checking out for anyone looking to go (Coventry Blaze)
Ahead of Sam Bullas’ testimonial next month, Swindon Wildcats have announced that all commemorative jerseys will be Own & Loan (Swindon Wildcats)
In case you’ve missed anything, all the highlights from the weekend’s Elite League action is right here in one handy place, including extended highlights of the Challenge Cup Final on Sunday (British Ice Hockey)
And finally, we’ll just leave this here to give you a little smile this morning. Well done, Luke!
1 week after being diagnosed type 1 diabetic & being hospitalised for 4 days, my boy is back on the ice playing the best game on the planet! Taking the injections and life changes in his stride. #ThatsMyBoy @IceHockeyUK @DiabetesUK @Mcr_Storm pic.twitter.com/VmrPBI43Xr
— Luke Royle (@lukeroyle41) March 12, 2019