Hope Monday wasn’t too bad for you. Have a catch up of the day’s headlines and find out what’s been going on in Ice Hockey Today
It was a mixed weekend of results for Milton Keynes Lightning as they encountered Scottish opposition in their two games, with the MK Citizen casting a reflective eye over what happened.
Speaking of the Steelers, O’Connor, Robert Dowd and Jonathan Phillips among others are raising money for former Steelers legend Mark Thomas’ wife, Vicki, who is undergoing breast cancer treatment. Information can be found on the Steelers website.
Our very own Craig Anderson cast his eye over what’s been happening and spoke of what happens when players have to call time on their careers immediately. His Monday After blog is now up on the British Ice Hockey website.
GB Under 18’s Women’s coach Cheryl Smith announced her squad for the World Championships in Dumfries next month. See who made the cut at British Ice Hockey.
Looking ahead to the Challenge Cup, Nottingham Panthers’ headline suggests they’ve already got their last four place when they meet Manchester Storm again this week. Sure, they’re 6-1 ahead, but nothing’s been confirmed yet. Info on the game at the Nottingham Panthers site.
The Peterborough Telegraph reviews the Phantoms’ game with Swindon Wildcats on Sunday, complete with dramatic finale for good measure.
And, finally, all hail our Player of the Week…
🗳VOTE FOR BIH’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK🗳
Our fab four are lined up for this week’s award, with all four playing a part in their team’s successes this weekend. But who will get your vote?
Voting closes at 4pm tomorrow. #BIHPOTW
— British Ice Hockey 🏒 (@BritIceHockey) December 9, 2018