Ice Hockey Today – Three departures lead the way

Another working day ends (for some of you anyway) so what better to unwind than taking a few minutes to catch up with what’s been happening in Ice Hockey Today.

There have been departures announced as two players have left Coventry Blaze, starting with forward Kelin Ainsworth, who has moved to Danish champions Aalborg Pirates (British Ice Hockey)

While the breaking news out of the Skydome in the last few minutes as we write this is the departure of netminder Miika Wiikman from the club (Coventry Blaze)

Meanwhile in Cardiff, the Devils have parted company with Justin Faryna, their forward who has recently returned from injury and their managing director Todd Kelman admits he was surprised by his decision (British Ice Hockey)

Belfast Giants are getting ready for their latest trip on the road when they return to Dundee Stars tomorrow, a week after thumping them 8-0 in the Challenge Cup and head coach Adam Keefe says they’ll face a ‘different’ Stars side (British Ice Hockey)

It’s game today for Manchester Storm and Nottingham Panthers who get together for the first leg of their Challenge Cup quarter final and the Panthers looked ahead to it on their website with an update on their team (Nottingham Panthers)

Sheffield Star are reporting on why the long-term injury to defence man Davey Phillips could be an issue for netminder Matt Climie (Sheffield Star)

We also released our Power Rankings, with the good weekends for Nottingham Panthers and Dundee Stars reflect in this week’s standings (British Ice Hockey)

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