On Thursday, the Belfast Giants announced another exciting signing, but little did we fans know another two were on the way. All three of these signings are exciting ones, so let’s get down to the nitty gritty and take a look at who we are welcoming with open arms…
Under rookie player-coach Ben Simon, the Steelers took the 2010-11 title in one of the closest finishes yet in the EIHL era. Could they retain their crown the following season? Time to strap yourselves into the time machine, it’s the ninth edition of this particular article and a look back at the ninth season of the EIHL. It’s time for 2011-12.
The Mercedes Benz Fife Flyers have made two signings, winger Brett Bulmer and defencemen Rick Pinkston.
It’s been a while hasn’t it? Well that’s because I was working on something very special: this interview!
It’s August and how us hockey fans have longed for this time. It’s just over 4 months since the puck finally dropped on the ice, Cardiff walking away from our den carrying the Playoff trophy aloft.
And just like that another goalie is gone from the EIHL. You might not have been a fan of the Coventry Blaze or the Guildford Flames, but everyone has at some point been entertained by Brian Stewart.
The season is almost here, and pre-season is even closer. Right now the Cardiff Devils have five new players in their line-up for the 2018/19 EIHL season, but rumours of a sixth new face joining the side are still circulating.
But for now, the Devils allowed their fans a quick look at the four new signings and one player on a two-way contract at the open training session on Wednesday night, with defenceman Ben Blood and forwards Stephen Dixon, Mike Hedden and Charles Linglet, all being introduced to the fans for the first time as they all prepare to make their Devils debuts this weekend against the Nottingham Panthers, while prospect goalie Jordan Lawday was also unveiled to the fans on Wednesday.