As the sun sets, the world of ice hockey continues to revolve so settle in for your journey home and catch what you may have missed in Ice Hockey Today:
There’s been a departure today as Tyler Biggs has made the decision to leave Nottingham Panthers and return to Kalamazoo as he starts to plot his life outside of the sport. Full story on the Nottingham Panthers website.
Sheffield Steelers goalie Jackson Whistle says the jeers of the fans of his old team, Belfast Giants, helped to spur him on as Steelers ended Giants’ unbeaten away record on Sunday (Sheffield Star)
Another win for Milton Keynes Lightning sees a hat-trick come from an unlikely source in Nelson Armstrong, as MK took a 5-2 win over Manchester Storm on Saturday (MK Citizen)
GB head coach Pete Russell looks ahead to the warm-up games coming up in 2019 before his team take on the cream of the crop in the World Championships in May (Ice Hockey UK)
Belfast Telegraph reports on the Giants’ defeat to Sheffield Steelers on Sunday, citing the long road run had finally taken its toll on Adam Keefe’s men in the end (Belfast Telegraph)
Peterborough Phantoms warmed up for the first leg of their NIHL Autumn Cup final with Sheffield Steeldogs with two wins over Swindon Wildcats and Bracknell Bees (Peterborough Telegraph)
We here at BIH Towers have cast our eye over the weekend’s action and came up with five things we learned from the weekend, including how Dundee Stars have turned it around and why, as this weekend has shown, there are more important things than ice hockey (British Ice Hockey)
Glasgow Clan captain Zack Fitzgerald talks life, love and the NHL in a feature on him by The Herald magazine
And we leave you with the revelation of who our Player of the Week is, after our poll closed at 4pm. Barring any issues, look out for an interview with the lucky winner tomorrow morning on the BIH website:
🗳VOTE FOR BIH’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK🗳
Another four contenders lined up for this week’s crown, with all four playing a part in their team’s successes this weekend. But who will you go for?
Voting closes at 4pm and we hope to bring an interview with the winner tomorrow. #BIHPOTW
— British Ice Hockey 🏒 (@BritIceHockey) December 3, 2018