Back in 2015, whilst running the Frozen Steel Blog, I had the idea of interviewing one of the officials that control the game which we all adore. Tom Darnell had been interviewed previously, so I thought I would approach one of the others. I dropped Alan “Toby” Craig […]
Credit: Oliver Hampson When you talk about legends of UK Ice Hockey, we all have players that come to mind. Most of the time they’re players you grew up watching in their prime, or it’s someone like Tony Hand who’s impact on the game in the UK is […]
Liam Heelis talks with us about his thoughts on the upcoming season with the Glasgow Clan, the Playoff weekend in Nottingham and his education.
I must start this article by being completely honest with every single one of you. I had no idea that a para ice hockey league existed and I hadn’t even thought of looking into it even for a second, for me para ice hockey was something that you […]
Five days after winning the Stanley Cup, it touched down in New York City. Still attached to captain Alex Ovechkin and with Braden Holtby keeping a watch out.
Jordan Marr talks exclusively to Chasing The Puck about his time with Fife, the mental toll on being a back up goalie and his move to the NIHL Peterborough Phantoms.
We caught up with center man Peter Leblanc during his off season to talk about his career from his NHL draft up until his most successful season with the Fife Flyers.
It appears the British winger can’t wait for the new season to start and so is spending the summer 11,000 miles away, in another hemispheres winter! Ross Venus of the Coventry Blaze is competing with the Canterbury Devils in the New Zealand Ice Hockey League. I was lucky […]
David Clements is a Coventry boy, born and bred. He’s been a part of the Coventry Blaze for most of his adult playing carer with just a short stint with the MK Lightning before they rose to play in the Elite League.
With a week to go before Craig Anderson takes to the route of the Glasgow Kilt Walk I sat down to talk to him about the motivations behind his choice of charity and what exactly motivated him to pull on a kilt and walk the 23 mile route.