Five Word Reviews: Panthers’ plight and Chiefs win

(PHOTO: John Uwins)

On Sunday, we wanted to know what you made of your team’s weekend performances and results and you didn’t disappoint.  Here are the pick of the summaries you sent into us on social media:

We’ll start with the negative and the plight of Nottingham Panthers, who are without a win in their last seven and you can sense Jono Bullard shaking his head as he typed this out in response:

Xander, on our Facebook page, was far from impressed with what he’s seen from Manchester Storm

It’s not all doom and gloom and Leeds Chiefs fans had reason to celebrate after finally getting their first ever win in the NIHL National League, as highlighted by ‘LampLighters’ here:

Lukey here! Mr Britton is a big fan of Edgars Bebris of Swindon Wildcats

There were good weekends for Sheffield Steelers and Glasgow Clan, who both picked up four-point weekends, with Lesley and Jeremy leading the tributes to their respective clubs

…while Liam enjoyed one Steelers player and their contribution in particular

Matt was pleased to see Cardiff finally get a win at the Skydome, a place they haven’t enjoyed visiting the last few times

And Penny appreciated one of the Guildford’s goals, scored by one of their British stars

For Fife Flyers fans, it was the ultimate mixed weekend, as reflected by Jimmy Carter’s (not that one) review

Petr Cech’s introduction to life as an ice hockey player was big news after signing for Guildford Phoenix and Alistair Coleman was quite impressed

Darren Goodchild, son of Jack, who plays for Swindon Wildcats 2, put a different spin on Cech’s debut and was probably our favourite response

After scoring 30 and conceding 14, Stuart summed up Paisley Pirates’ weekend perhaps in the best possible way

We’ll finish with this one, sending best wishes to the Glasgow Clan announcer Kevin McCoskrie, who suffered a heart attack at the weekend and it’s a sentiment we can all appreciate


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