Good morning, hockey fans!
Time for the best way to start the day as we take a look Around the Rinks and see what’s going on in the world of British Ice Hockey.
Here we go…
The post game incident at Fife Flyers is still the main talking point from the weekend and Flyers coach Todd Dutiaume didn’t mince his words when giving his thoughts on the incident (British Ice Hockey)
One of the players involved was Storm captain Dane Byers, who released a statement on Monday via the Manchester Storm website.
The process is underway for Sheffield Steelers to begin the recruitment process on bringing in a new coach for next season – and they have current coach Tom Barrasso’s blessing, reports Sheffield Star
Panthers fan set to tackle the London Marathon – in full Panthers kit (Nottingham Panthers)
Glasgow Clan boss praises efforts of coach Pete Russell and his team as they prepare for a busy week – starting tonight against Dundee Stars (Glasgow Clan)
Staying in Glasgow, the Clan just need a point from their game against Dundee tonight to clinch their fifth Gardiner Conference title in seven seasons (Glasgow Clan)
Some reflections after Milton Keynes Lightning ended their 10-game losing streak with victory over Dundee on Saturday (MK Citizen)
After injury curtailed his return to Sheffield Steelers, Eric Neiley is finally getting fit and among the goals again as they push for the play-offs (Sheffield Star)
Cardiff Devils are heading for a sell out on Saturday when they take on Milton Keynes Lightning (Cardiff Devils)
Glasgow Clan’s Matt Beca says the club are heading into a ‘defining’ week after their four point weekend (BBC Sport Scotland)
Belfast Giants’ recent run of wins came to an end when Nottingham Panthers took the points in a 3-2 overtime on Sunday (Belfast Telegraph)
After the success of the first broadcast, Nottingham Panthers’ Saturday Night Showdown is returning with another live and free broadcast when they take on Sheffield Steelers (Nottingham Panthers)
And to end, some goalie love from InGoal Magazine contributor Rob McGregor to Invicta Dynamos after their phenomenal victory on Sunday
Nice little goalie story from the UK for y'all – Conor Morris of @InvictaDynamos stopped 77 of 80 shots faced at Bracknell on Sunday to lead the Dynamos to a 4-3 SO win!
It was just the third win of the season for 'The Mos', with just 11 skaters available for the game.
— Rob McGregor (@RobMcGregor35) February 11, 2019