Belfast’s Beskorowany denies a barrage of Blaze goals leading the visitors to a 4-2 victory at the Skydome.
With the announcement of the Philadelphia Flyers new mascot Gritty, something of a debate occurred on the CTP group chat; which EIHL team has the best mascot?
I am unqualified to make this decision. All mascots are valid, and bring joy and entertainment to thousands at each game. However, in the words of hit movie Highlander; “There can only be one!”. Who’s mascot will come out on top? What exactly is Lightening Jack?
And just how many people can I make angry in one post? Let’s go!
September was as mixed as it could be for the Guildford Flames. 8 games, 4 wins, 4 losses. Broken out by competition: 4 league games, 2 wins, 2 losses. Exactly the same record in the Challenge Cup.
The Coventry Blaze welcomed the Glasgow Clan and The Sheffield Steelers to the Skydome on Saturday (29th) and Sunday (30th) in an exciting home ground double header, and walk away as the winners, taking a hard earned 4 points.
Well we have an interesting few days in Steelerland, that is for sure. Life is never a dull one here, there’s always something happening to keep one entertained. I’ll now look back at the weekend just gone in my own unique style, all self-opinionated as always. Enjoy the read..
Following a disappointing loss in Cardiff on Saturday 22nd, there were high expectations for the Blaze who faced a struggling short benched MK Lightning side, at home on the Sunday.
Thanks to sponsors DRP Logistics, the Coventry Blaze have been able to take on Dayle ‘Keeno’ Keen on a full time basis as a Skills and Development coach. In this article we look to find out more about the new face on the bench.