Good morning, hockey fans!
Let us take you into your day with a round-up of the morning’s headlines as we go Around the Rinks
Sheffield Star reports on the Challenge Cup quarter final first leg tie as Steelers and Guildford Flames play out an interesting 4-4 draw at the Fly DSA Arena.
Steelers leave it late to draw level with Guildford in eight-goal Challenge Cup thriller, this from the Yorkshire Post
Guildford Flames report and reaction from their coach, Paul Dixon after the game last night, which can be found on the Guildford Flames website
It’s a charity weekender by Manchester Storm as they take on Cardiff Devils and Belfast Giants at home on consecutive nights. Details on the Storm website.
MK Thunder coach Lewis Clifford spoke to us about the financial issues at the club as they push to reach their target before the weekend (British Ice Hockey)
Nottingham Panthers look ahead to retuning to action on Friday night when Dundee Stars make the trip to the Motorpoint Arena, with this preview (Nottingham Panthers)
Dundee Stars will be auctioning off their Challenge Cup jerseys at their next home game against Nottingham Panthers on December 23 (Dundee Stars)
Belfast Giants are urging groups to get in touch and they could come and see the Friendship Series games in early January (Belfast Giants)
Glasgow Clan have been delivering soft toys to Glasgow’s Children’s Hospitals, to the delight of the kids there:
— Glasgow Children's (@GCH_Charity) December 12, 2018