This Morning’s 6 am announcement is that former Edinburgh capitals forward Mike Cazzola has joined the Fife Flyers for the 2018-19 season.
Sheffield Steelers completed their roster for the season ahead when they signed Canadian winger Stefan Della Rovere and such will ice a full complement of imports. Della Rovere’s signing had been much mooted around the hockey grapevine recently and comes as no surprise to many.
Soon time will be upon us when our weekends are filled with the joy of watching our beloved teams hit the ice for 8 months of rough and tumble, goals and fights plus the odd trophy along the way (hopefully).
Throughout their 50+ years of existence, the Flyers have iced some pretty considerable talents, some of which have been worthy enough to make the NHL hall of fame. Since it is still the middle of the offseason, and hockey news is generally slow, I have decided to have a little fun and devise a theoretical team made up of the greatest Flyers to ever lace up the skates.
The second day of the UK Charity All Stars took place at Ice Sheffield yesterday; Sunday. Last year’s winners Dreams Come True were leading the pack at the conclusion of day one with a 100 per cent record from their opening 4 games. Could they maintain it and keep their title? Or would one of the challengers come out of the pack and take it from them?
What a weekend it has been for Giant’s fans across the country- three signings announced across three days… and what a trio we have been given! Let’s take a look at who we will be welcoming to Belfast for the first time, and who we will be welcoming back…
It’s time for our journey into the Elite Ice Hockey League’s history files. We now head back into the 2009-10 season which was the seventh season of the EIHL, and equally episode seven of this series of articles. The Steelers had the best of the 2008-09 campaign, could they enjoy an equally good season in 09-10? Time to find out…