Around the Rinks: Pacha rallies the Stars troops and national chance for 11-year-old

Good morning, hockey fans!

We’re sliding gracefully towards another weekend and there’s lots to look forward to.  However, in Scotland, there’s a call to arms…

Dundee Stars coach and general manager Omar Pacha has issued a rallying call to the fans as the club head into their final nine games of the regular season, with a play-off spot at stake (Dundee Stars)

There’s an England chance for 11-year-old Meeyah Forbes as she’s picked to represent her country (Hull Daily Mail)

It’s the Challenge Cup Final on Sunday between Belfast Giants and Guildford Flames in Cardiff and Ice Time TV are bringing you the action from the Viola Arena.  All information can be found here on the Cardiff Devils website

Captain Phillips leads by example in golden patch for Sheffield Steelers (Sheffield Star)

Yesterday, we brought you the story of how the NIHL had disseminated their new structure proposal for 2019/20, with a vote to come.  Clubs have already made public on how they want to proceed (Peterborough Phantoms, Yorkshire Post)

Sam Bullas Testimonial latest news announces six players for his big night and a race night as part of the celebrations (Swindon Wildcats)

Nottingham Panthers are looking forward to visit of Dundee Stars as we heard from two of their players in lead up to the game, Alex Bolduc and Dylan Olsen spoke to Panthers Media

Manchester Storm are holding an open practice session on Saturday ahead of their trip to Dundee Stars on Sunday (Manchester Storm)

Sunday sees Milton Keynes Lightning head to Coventry to take on the Blaze at the Skydome and the home side have provided the necessary information for the game (Coventry Blaze)

Cardiff Devils are getting in the mood for Red Nose Day, with Evan Mosey and Sam Duggan

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