Good morning, hockey fans!
We’re straight into another week and as normality is pretty much back after the festive season, it’s time for us to bring you the headlines from up and down the country after another busy weekend.
Belfast Giants completed a weekend double over Sheffield Steelers as they kept the push on league leaders Cardiff Devils. ITV, Belfast Telegraph, Belfast Live, Yorkshire Post, Sheffield Star
Post match reaction from Giants head coach Adam Keefe
In Fife, Cardiff Devils kept their spot at the top of the table with a 6-0 thrashing of Fife Flyers (BBC Sport Wales, Dai Sport, Cardiff Devils, Fife Today Sport)
Post match reaction from Fife Flyers coach Todd Dutiaume and Cardiff counterpart Andrew Lord here.
There’s some post match reaction from the game in Coventry that saw the Blaze turned a three-goal deficit with three minutes to go to beating Glasgow Clan on penalty shots. Hear from Blaze assistant coach Dayle Keen and Clan coach Pete Russell
Guildford Flames report on their overtime win over Milton Keynes Lightning as they picked up their first victory in four games, needing overtime to take the points.
Nottingham Panthers coach Rich Chernomaz and Manchester Storm coach Ryan Finnerty gave their reactions to Storm beating Panthers 4-3 after OT. (Nottingham Panthers, Storm TV)
Day one reports from Dumfries as the Women’s Under 18 World Championships got underway with GB suffering a narrow loss (Ice Hockey UK, British Ice Hockey)
Congratulations to Sheffield Steelers captain Jonathan Phillips, who made his 800th appearance in orange in Sunday’s game at Belfast (Sheffield Steelers)