Ice Hockey Today – Wednesday 28th November


Good evening, hockey fans!

From today and every week day, we’ll round up the headlines from up and down the country throughout the day to assist you on your way home or wherever you’re going to.

So let’s not mess about and see what’s happening in Ice Hockey Today.

Belfast has awarded the hosting rights to the IIHF Continental Cup Final when the Giants take part in the Super Final, taking place in January

Belfast Live

Manchester Storm have boosted their ranks with the signing of Chance Braid, but it means Dylan Anderson has left the club

Manchester Storm

Storm head coach Ryan Finnerty spoke to Storm TV about his new signing

Milton Keynes Lightning also made a signing with the addition of defenceman Ivan Sijan and could feature against Nottingham Panthers tonight

MK Lightning

Nottingham Panthers are hosting Milton Keynes Lightning in Elite League action tonight and have updated on their current injury situation

Nottingham Panthers

Sheffield Steelers coach Tom Barrasso has defended Davey Phillips over his controversial hit on Manchester Storm’s Ciaran Long in Sunday’s meeting between the teams

Sheffield Star

An application from a possible Leeds based team would be considered says Elite League chairman

Yorkshire Post

Ahead of tonight’s Challenge Cup tie, Glasgow Clan coach Pete Russell has called on his team’s fans to make some noise when Cardiff Devils come to town

British Ice Hockey

Murrayfield Racers also strengthened as they snapped up experienced forward Sean Donaldson

 Murrayfield Racers

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