Ice Hockey Today – Friday 30th November

Good evening, hockey fans!

We’ve reached Friday so get yourself in the mood for the weekend ahead by catching some of the stories to set you up nicely ahead of what will be a busy couple of days of action

The Great Britain senior men’s national team have lined up five warm-up games, including a three-team tournament and visits from two KHL team to build them up to the World Championships in Slovakia in May (Ice Hockey UK)

There’s one game in the Elite League tonight as Glasgow Clan play host to Coventry Blaze.  Clan have previewed the game and have picked out Blaze’s key men for the game ahead (Glasgow Clan)

They’ve lost their last five games so Fife Flyers coach Todd Dutiaume is demanding plenty of hard work to turnaround their slump in form as they prepare to face Cardiff Devils on Saturday (Fife Today)

Nottingham Panthers coach Rich Chernomaz talks about his new signing Dylan Richard and what he’ll bring to his team as they prepare for another busy weekend where they head to Guildford Flames on Saturday before hosting Glasgow Clan on Sunday (Nottingham Panthers)

Make a date as Coventry Blaze release information about their 2019 calendars and how you can purchase them (Coventry Blaze)

Speaking of the Blaze, head coach Danny Stewart joined us to undergo the 2+10 treatment, including who would play him in a film of his life (British Ice Hockey)

In the NIHL, the EIHA posted results of their recent disciplinary matters, with Hull Pirates and Altrincham Aces both affected by the outcomes (EIHA)

Swindon Wildcasts veteran Max Birbraer is keen to see his team put on for glory as they sit top of the NIHL South 1 Division with Peterborough Phantoms coming to see them this weekend (Swindon Advertiser)

Sam Bullas takes us inside the Swindon locker room ahead of the Wildcats weekend of action (Swindon Advertiser)

Still with the Wildcats, here’s how the NIHL side helped restore a little boy’s smile after he suffered a seizure two years ago (Swindon Advertiser)

Basingstoke Bison preview their two games against Bracknell Bees and Milton Keynes Thunder as they look to grab full points from those two contests (Basingstoke Bison)


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