Good morning, hockey fans!
We’re at hump day so check out what’s been happening around the country as we bring you the headlines this morning
It was a rest day in Tallinn for the World Championships Division II Group A, but GB coach Slava Koulikov was praising his team for the attitude they showed in Monday’s 13-1 victory over Korea (Ice Hockey UK, British Ice Hockey)
This week’s Monday After column, although a little late, talks of how the big year for British ice hockey has started well (British Ice Hockey)
Basingstoke Bison’s Zizzi Night to raise funds for Ark Cancer Centre charity is coming soon, for anyone wishing to go and lend their support (Basingstoke Bison)
It was a big night for legend David Longstaff, Whitley Warriors’ player-coach, as his footballer son, Sean, scored his first goal for Newcastle United in their FA Cup tie at Blackburn Rovers last night
Congrats to Sean Longstaff on his first senior goal for Newcastle Utd! https://t.co/lMkgj7OiBY
— Whitley Warriors (@WhitleyWarriors) January 15, 2019
Sheffield Steelers’ Dave Simms has revealed on Twitter reinforcements are coming for the Steelers after they released three players
There will, of course, be replacements. One has agreed & we hope to have him here for the weekend. Talks continued throughout the day & will throughout tonight with agents & players for reinforcements that will help us.
— David Simms (@Simmsey) January 15, 2019
Finally, a special message from FreeSports commentator Aaron Murphy:
— Aaron Murphy 🎙 (@MurphOnIce) January 15, 2019