Good morning, hockey fans!
Another day begins and we’ve got another batch of headlines to bring you from around the world of UK ice hockey. So let’s get stuck in…
The NIHL have engaged in a consultation of the future structure of the league, releasing this statement yesterday (EIHA)
Belfast Giants have announced a Sunday Funday at the SSE Arena in early March. Details can be found on the Giants website
Glasgow Clan’s Matt Haywood is expected to make his 500th appearance with his club when they take on Milton Keynes Lightning tonight and he says the club have given him a life (British Ice Hockey)
Dundee Stars’ Jordan Kelsall recalls last weekend when a plea from coach Omar Pacha meant a quick trip back from Tallinn (British Ice Hockey)
The Challenge Cup Semi Finals began last night and we looked at the four teams left standing (British Ice Hockey)
Swindon Wildcats look ahead to their charity night this Saturday when they take on Peterborough Phantoms (Swindon Wildcats)
Nottingham Panthers owner Neil Black discusses the recent change in coach at the club and the coaching position going into next season (BBC Nottingham Sport)
Fife Free Press recalls the 1970’s Fife Flyers team that gave their local talent a chance to shine for the club
Saturday Night Showdown is coming as Nottingham Panthers prepare to stream their game with Cardiff Devils live. Info on the Nottingham Panthers website.