We asked our fans to suggest their favourite moments from Week 18’s Elite Ice Hockey League action. Here’s our Top 5 from their suggestions!
Some of our favourite snaps from the Elite League’s excellent photographers around the rinks last week!
Coventry Blaze were one of three teams to take a four-point weekend in Week 18, and Swedish forward Thom Flodqvist was instrumental in helping them get there. He is our Player of the Week! “It’s always nice to score some Read
Guildford Flames 3-2 OT MK Lightning Guildford ended their run of three straight defeats, but were made to work hard for it by MK who picked up a useful road point. Owen Griffiths gave the visitors the lead early on Read
Coventry Blaze 6-5 SO Glasgow Clan Three goals in under a minute helped Coventry Blaze tied the game late in the third and then won a shootout to steal two points at the SkyDome tonight. Tom Flodqvist put Coventry ahead Read
Manchester Storm 4-3 OT Nottingham Panthers A penalty shot in overtime gave the Storm the extra point against Nottingham at the Storm Shelter. Manchester ‘s Ciaran Long gave him side the lead at 9:26 which they held into the break, before Read
The cliché that there are no easy games in the Elite Ice Hockey League this season was certainly proved last night, and today looks to be another evening of battles that are important all over the league table. 1600 Belfast Read
Three of the league’s strongest home teams are on their own ice on Saturday night as Belfast, Cardiff and Nottingham all welcome teams to their buildings. Milton Keynes and Glasgow will look to better their records in their own buildings. Read
Dundee Stars 3-4 MK Lightning After losing in the last minute last night in Fife, MK Lightning responded with a battling win in Dundee which saw them take the extra point in overtime. Fabrizio Ricci opened the scoring for the Read
Following their gutting last-minute loss to a shorthanded goal in Fife last night, MK Lightning complete their midweek tour of Scotland this evening in Fife. It’s a game that both sides really need to win. The Stars went down to Read