So the game didn’t quite go our way… It’s been the best performance by the Steelers against the Blaze all season. I mean, I know I wasn’t the only one sat in the away end hoping for a small reprieve. If only, for one more goal from the Steelers. The men who made us proud to wear our jerseys.
It started out as just another game, a clean slate after last weekends 4 point loss to the Blaze. The Steelers came out of the blocks looking a little… Loose? Bear with me here, this isn’t by any means a post to tell the world I’ve jumped ship. Far from it in fact.
Me, my sister Elana and my little shorty (that’s Sophia, she’s nearly 3 and Scorch’s biggest fan girl) are heading up to the Skydome in Coventry for the 4th collision between the Steelers and Blaze this year.
Here’s hoping we don’t see them lose again, since the Blaze seem to have our damn number… (Who handed that over??) and so far the boys in Orange just don’t seem to be able to extinguish the fire. Ever the optimist that I am, I don’t know that the Steelers will lose every single game to the Blaze.
With the new addition to the Coventry side in the form of ex-Braehead Clan player Chris Bruton and with Guillaume Desbiens returning to the Steelers with a strong showing last night in Sheffield, I continue to have faith that the Steel City will come out victorious.
Come say hi! We don’t bite, we’re sat in the away end amongst the Orange Army.
Photo Source: The National Scot
BREAKING NEWS: Coventry Blaze have just announced a trade between them and EIHL rivals Braehead Clan with Neil Trimm heading for the Glasgow side in return for the Clan’s Chris Bruton.
Following the game last night at the Coventry Skydome, I managed to catch up with Sheffield Steelers enforcer and all round great guy, Zack Fitzgerald for a quick chat before they headed off home.
With the loss last night still fresh in the mind of the Sheffield Steelers they come to the Skydome tonight seeking retribution and two vital points.
Photo: @washcaps on Twitter
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See now, I’m a beanie addict. Since I got my dreadlocks back in August of 2014. So caps, just don’t work for me. Beanies though? I live in beanies.
This weekend sees the Coventry Blaze and Sheffield Steelers face off in two consecutive games. On Saturday in Sheffield and Sunday in Coventry at the Skydome.
With Coventry coming off a loss to the Belfast Giants, they have everything to prove against their conference rivals. With Cale Tanaka’s suspension being reduced from 3 games to just 1, it might appear that the Blaze are onto a winner with Tanaka rejoining his line mates for the game on Saturday.
Second place Steelers are looking to continue in their winning ways. Even with goaltender Marek Pinc sidelined for the foreseeable future with an injury sustained in Cardiff. Brad Day has proved himself as a more than capable replacement and it appears the team has a lot of faith in him moving into this weekends double header. They’ll also be attempting to fend of current third place team Braehead Clan, who could go ahead of them if they are successful against the Fife Flyers tonight in Braehead.
I’ll be at the game on Sunday and will give be writing my own review on the weekend’s action. This weekend is shaping up to be a fantastic one for the Elite League and I for one cannot wait!
Also coming up, a new instalment in the “two minutes with…” series!
Tickets for Saturday’s game can be purchased from here.
Tickets for Sunday’s match-up can be bought here.
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