The Belfast Giants execute a Halloween-style revenge in 6-1 victory over The Nottingham Panthers, making it 6 goals, 6 different scorers and 6 consecutive wins! Continue reading 6-6-6: The Number of The Giants
Yesterday’s Western-conference face off in Winnipeg saw NHL returnee, Ilya Kovalchuk net his first goal as an LA King.
Fans get worried when their team signs a goaltender from another team in the league that ended the season worse than their own. It’s additionally concerning to see that the new signing also played for potentially the worst team in the elite league era… But Travis Fullerton is much more of a goaltender than his EIHL stats suggest.
The Guildford Flames welcome former Dundee Stars goaltender Travis Fullerton for the upcoming 2018-19 season.
Fullerton is the first to be announced of a planned trio of netminders for the Flames. Dixon looks to share Fullerton’s starting load with an import netminder.
This will be Fullerton’s fourth season in the EIHL after spells with the Braehead Clan and Edinburgh Capitals as well as the stars.
Playing in Dundee last season, Fullerton posted a saves percentage of .882 across 54 games with a GAA of 3.89.
I may be a little late to the party with the award ceremony being tomorrow, but here are my picks and reasonings for the 2018 NHL Awards:
S.L. Price, a Senior Writer at Sports Illustrated, once said, “All great athletes carry the seed of cruelty; it’s their job and their passion to beat the other guy, to undress his weaknesses and to reveal him as a loser in public.”
This weekend the news broke that Ben O’Connor’s contract with KHL club Barys Astana had been abandoned by newly appointed management with a desire to take the club in a “new direction”. Ben and his family now look to rearrange plans already in place for their move to Kazakhstan.