Good morning, hockey fans!
Let’s delve into what’s gone in British ice hockey and help ease you into your day wherever you’re going or whatever you’re up to.
Nottingham Panthers took victory in a 4-1 win over Milton Keynes Lightning and Panthers assistant coach Rick Strachan was satisfied without being pleased as he shared his thoughts, while Lightning player-coach Tim Wallace saw positives despite the loss at the Motorpoint Arena:
Reaction from both coaches in Glasgow after Cardiff Devils survived to win 4-3 in the first leg of their quarter final and while Clan coach Pete Russell was pleased by his team’s display, it was a bittersweet feeling for Devils counterpart Andrew Lord:
In Dundee, Belfast Giants coach Adam Keefe was pleased to get the job done in Dundee as his team took an impressive 8-0 away win to set them up nicely in their Challenge Cup quarter final tie:
Dundee Stars coach Omar Pacha couldn’t his disappointment as he witnessed his team blown away by current holders Belfast Giants in the Challenge Cup:
Fife Flyers are gearing up for the festive season as they announce their annual toy appeal, taking place in their forthcoming game against Guildford Flames: (Fife Flyers)
Coventry Blaze are running the latest vote on their Blaze Legends series, this time going back to the first EIHL season in 2003/04: (Coventry Blaze)