With the regular season games now concluded, the line-up and fixtures for the Elite Series have been confirmed by the Elite League.
Sheffield Steelers and Manchester Storm will meet over two legs, after playing out a 5-3 Steelers win on Sunday, while Coventry Blaze and Nottingham Panthers will contest the other semi final, with the winners, decided by aggregate score, meeting the best of three play-off final.
Semi-Final First Legs – Tuesday 27 April
- Coventry Blaze vs. Nottingham Panthers (5pm)
- Manchester Storm vs. Sheffield Steelers (8.30pm)
Semi-Final Second Leg – Wednesday 28 April
- Nottingham Panthers vs. Coventry Blaze (7pm)
Semi-Final Second Leg – Thursday 29 April
- Sheffield Steelers vs. Manchester Storm (7pm)
How do the Semi-Finals work?
- Each Semi-Final is a two-leg, aggregate-scoring series
- Overtime is played if the aggregate score is tied after 60 minutes in the second leg (i.e. tied after 120 minutes of the series), and played 3-on-3 for 10 minutes
- If the aggregate score is still tied after overtime, a shootout follows to decide the winner
Like the regular season games, all play-off games will be streamed via Elite League TV. Information on packages here:
This package covers up to seven games: four Semi-Final matches, plus the ‘Best of three’ final:
- £49 Playoffs Package
- £42.80 Playoffs Package for those who previously bought the 24-game package
One-off individual game passed remain unchanged at £13.