Jordan Hedley is no stranger to the world of British Ice Hockey. He’s been playing since he was just a little boy and has already got quite an extensive resume to his name.
Earlier today, we announced that Ryan Lannon had left the Milton Keynes Lightning with the team itself giving no comment as to why.
Toni Aleo knows how to write a compelling hockey romance novel. By now, that’s not in question. However with her 27 novels across 4 series she’s not a newbie to the genre and is showing readers with each new character that she adds that she can only get better.
Her newest novel ‘Juicy Rebound’ is no exception. Chandler Moon is another swoon-worthy man. He shows that love can conquer all and what can’t be fixed by love can be aided along by a kick in the balls and a broken nose from your girlfriend’s no nonsense taking cousin.
“Girl, I don’t run, but I’d power-walk for a guy with tattoos and a beard.”Continue reading Book Review: Juicy Rebound – Toni Aleo
Patrick Killeen has an impressive resume. When he was signed by the MK Lightning fans were wondering just how much he’d live up to the hype that came with him. Now in January and over half way through the season, it’s evidently clear that the Canadian puck stopper is living up to the hype, regardless of the position that the Lightning find themselves in. Currently holding the 11th spot in the EIHL.Continue reading Behind The Mask #13 | Patrick Killeen: Milton Keynes Lighting
I wanted to take some time out of the busy day of celebrating to thank some of the people who have been so instrumental in getting my little dream of a hockey blog to where it is today.
Chasing The Puck have now been holding a weekly vote for the fan chosen EIHL Netminder of the Week vote for a season and a half. We are proud to be showcasing the best goalies in the top flight of British Hockey.
Craig Douglas hasn’t stepped onto the ice for the Fife Flyers yet this season, but what some might not know is that he is on a two-way deal with the team while focusing on getting back to the top flight with the Kirkcaldy Kestrels.