After the departure of Mike Clemente in the off season, the Manchester Storm were without a solid shot stopper going into the new season.
It was then that a young Canadian shotstopper from the Atlanta Gladiators of the ECHL arrived, a legit prospect that was one league away from the show in his time with Providence in the AHL, Ginn has always held a very impressive save percentage in the 90% range.
Continue reading Behind the Mask #13 | Matt Ginn: Manchester Storm
Manchester met Nottingham for the first time since the Panthers took back-to-back victories in the opening weekend of the season looking for blood in the Challenge cup.
Continue reading Manchester Storm Vs Nottingham Panthers Challenge Cup Game 3
The Cardiff Devils and Manchester Storm have a rivalry almost a fierce as the one we share with the Sheffield Steelers and anytime you have to travel to Wales to face them on their home turf you know the match is going to be incredibly tough.
Continue reading Manchester Storm Vs Cardiff Devils Game 6
A visit from the Scots is always a fiery affair at the Storm shelter and everyone was itching to get a result after the loss against Cardiff and now back on home ice was the perfect chance.
Continue reading Manchester Storm Vs Glasgow Clan Game 7
With apologies to Yazz and the Plastic Population.
Life is still not fantastic if you’re a Steelers supporter; the team are bottom of the Elite League table and on the receiving end of mirth and derision from everyone else in the EIHL family. However, we have a new head coach in place and between ourselves: have a bit of hope. Read on for my weekly musings.
Continue reading The Only Way Is Up: A weekly Steelers perspective
The Manchester Storm go into their first big match of the season against Milton Keynes as they attempt to defend their Patton Conference title.
Continue reading Manchester Storm Vs MK Lightning Game 5
The Storm make the long trip to Dundee with just one solitary league win in three games, we lost twice to the Nottingham Panthers, 2-1 on the road and 4-1 at the Storm shelter. In our last last game we picked up the extra point in Sheffield against the Steelers after Rob Linsmayer’s winning penalty shot gave us a first victory with a score of 3 to 2.
Continue reading Manchester Storm Vs Dundee Stars Game 4