Football · Ice Hockey

Twenty Four in a Row

Sheffield kept up any slim chance of triple Elite League Championships with a four point weekend over the Manchester Storm. Following the departure of defenseman Christoffer Bjorklund a day prior to transfer deadline day, Paul Thompson went about filling the spare import slot with former d-man Rod Sarich. Despite not icing for the battle of… Continue reading Twenty Four in a Row

Feature · Ice Hockey

Are Dual Nationals The Answer For GB Ice Hockey?

Ice Hockey remains one of England’s hidden treasures in the sporting world and is just waiting for the right opportunity to be unearthed by the masses. Finishing in a silver medal spot at the two previous World Championships, Team GB are still looking for the final piece to a winning puzzle. International Ice Hockey Federation… Continue reading Are Dual Nationals The Answer For GB Ice Hockey?

Baseball · Canada Trip · Football · Ice Hockey

World Cup of Hockey; Day 18

Now, the end is near and so we draw the final curtain.  It’s Monday morning, I saved writing this for the morning as I was just simply too tired. It’s a little emotional, I don’t like ending memories, especially ones like this. So here it goes.  Sunday signalled the end of our time in Toronto.… Continue reading World Cup of Hockey; Day 18