Around the Rinks – Tue 08 Jan 19

Good morning, hockey fans!

Another busy day to reflect on as we gather the headlines from what’s been happening around the country so settle in and bring yourself up to speed.

Northeastern Huskie’s Kasidy Anderson reflects on her team’s trip to Belfast for the Friendship Series couldn’t have gone any better after they beat Clarkson Golden Knights (Belfast Telegraph)

Milton Keynes Lightning’s play-off hopes are fading fast after taking three points from a possible eight in their last four games, according to MK Citizen

Dundee Stars assistant equipment manager Chris Ward has left the club to move to a new opportunity (Dundee Stars)

Nottingham Panthers have released information regarding tickets for their Challenge Cup Semi Final clash with Guildford Flames including a reduction in price (Nottingham Panthers)

Peterborough Phantoms have delivered a statement of intent after their 7-1 win over Streatham Raiders on Sunday, according to Peterborough Today

It was another defeat for the GB Women’s Under 18 team in Dumfries in day two of the World Championships, but coach Cheryl Smith focussed on the positives (Ice Hockey UK, British Ice Hockey)

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