Yesterday saw the opening day of the annual UK Charity All-Star weekend, where fans from around the country gather to raise money for charity. After being spent at Ice Arena Wales for the last two years, the tournament headed north and back to the Bauer Arena at Ice Sheffield. Here’s the report from day one. Continue reading Charity All Stars – Day 1 Report
In the over 100 year history of the National Hockey League, only 20 players have ever reached 600 goals in their career, and of those 20 players, 17 of those have been forever enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The three that haven’t? Alex Ovechkin who’s probably still a few years away from calling time on his future Hall of Fame career, Jaromir Jagr who’s probably never going to retire as he’s back home playing in the Czech Republic, and Jarome Iginla who’s set to announce his decision to hang up the skates next Monday.
Welcome to the history files as we continue to chronicle the history of the Elite Ice Hockey League. In this latest edition, number six, we go back to the 2008-09 season. Coventry Blaze had won the title for the previous two seasons, the first time a team had done that, but could they make more history and make it a three-peat? Find out below…
The Sheffield Steelers defence corps is complete. This morning the 2015-16 league champions announced the signing of experienced defenceman Aaron Johnson to the new look blue line.
Welcome back to the second episode of my NHL18 career game on the Xbox One (gamertag – hockeybhoy71 should anyone be interested) which I am going to share with you. What will happen next for our new to the professional ranks player? Only one way to find out. Continue reading My NHL 18 Career Game: Episode Two – Draft Time
This weekend sees the annual UK charity forum All-Star weekend hit the main pad at Ice Sheffield after spending the last two years at Ice Arena Wales. Chasing the Puck sat down with one of the eight team captains, Nic Vidler, to talk about the event and what it means to her. Continue reading Forum All Stars 2018: An interview with Nic Vidler
The Mercedes Benz Fife Flyers have are now spoiling the fans with yet another signing announcement this morning, that of the Re-signing of 28 year old 6 foot 1 defence come forward James Isaacs has returned to the club for his third season.