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Flyers v Steelers | An Interview with Brendan Brooks

Last week saw the Flyers play one match and get the Win to put themselves in 2nd place in the league.

This weekend saw Fife play the Glasgow Clan on Friday night in the Challenge Cup and tonight, the Sheffield Steelers in the league.

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What are the Cardiff Devils and Team GB player ratings in NHL 19?

By the time some of you read this, this post might be completely irrelevant. But after playing a couple of hours of NHL 19 as part of the early access before the game launches in full on Friday, I noticed that the Champions Hockey League is still in the game, which I didn’t think it was this year, and I honestly don’t know if it will be when the full game launches.

But let’s hope it still is, because if the CHL remains in the final game, it means one Elite League team will be included in this year’s edition of the EA Sports game.

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Great Britain find out schedule ahead of next years World Championships


When Great Britain entered last years World Championships in Division 1A, it was expected they wouldn’t remain in the same group once the tournament is done.

What wasn’t expected would be the reason they were no longer a Division 1A team was because they managed to get promoted and return to the top flight for the first time since the early 90s, but that’s exactly what Neil Russell and his GB side managed to do.

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GB success and moves for Kirk and O’Connor represent bigger picture for British Hockey

The UK Hockey scene has almost unanimously celebrated success and congratulated individuals over the last few weeks, and quite rightly so.

Just a year after Great Britain earned promotion from Division 1B of the IIHF World Championships and moved up to Division 1A, even the biggest optimist couldn’t have predicted what happened next.

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