Nottingham Panthers defenceman Josh Tetlow is set to gain valuable ice time with NIHL side Peterborough Phantoms this weekend.
Tetlow, 21, came through the youth ranks at Bracknell and has dressed 17 times for the Panthers in the EIHL this season, but has found minutes on the ice hard to come by.
Panthers Director of Hockey, Gui Doucet, told the club’s official website: “We decided to loan Josh to Peterborough for Saturday as we don’t play and with us having a healthy defence core he’s had limited minutes so far this season.
We think it’s best for his development as a hockey player to get ice time so he’s going to go to Peterborough and play some real minutes on Saturday.”
Ironically, Tetlow’s first showing for the Phantoms will come against his former club Bracknell on Saturday night.