Good morning, hockey fans!
A massive weekend of ice hockey starts here with so much to play for up and down the country, especially in arguably the most exciting Elite League season in years.
So, let’s see what’s been happening as we take a trip around the rinks
It’s a big weekend of games so Belfast Giants are making sure they get as many people into the SSE Arena as they can for their final regular season games against Scottish pair Fife Flyers and Dundee Stars (Belfast Giants)
Darcy Murphy wants to get to 50 goals after breaking a Belfast Giants club record of goals scored in a season with his empty netter against Coventry Blaze on Wednesday (Belfast Telegraph)
Sheffield Steelers look to find a winning formula as they close out their regular season campaign (Sheffield Star)
Glasgow Clan have confirmed their final home game in the regular season against Fife Flyers is a sell out (Glasgow Clan)
Nottingham Panthers have one game left and they host Guildford Flames at the Motorpoint Arena, with forward Mark Hurtubise looking ahead to the contest (Nottingham Panthers)
Fife Flyers forward Mike Cazzola happy to play more of a supporting role for the team this season ahead of their final three games (Fife Today)
Will the NHL Global Series ever return to the UK? We ponder this in our latest blog on British Ice Hockey
Bracknell Bees are getting ready to face rivals Swindon Wildcats in the latest round of NIHL play-offs this weekend, after getting past Raiders (Bracknell News)
Basingstoke Bison are out for revenge for their recent NIHL South Cup Final loss to Peterborough Phantoms when they meet again in the play-offs this weekend (Basingstoke Gazette)
And finally, Glasgow Clan forward Scott Tanski revealed how he fulfilled a childhood dream in playing for the club this season