The Sheffield Steelkings title celebrations are on hold after the Manchester Mayhem came back from two goals down to win at IceSheffield on Sunday. The Steelkings got off to a perfect start with two long-range first period snipes from Matt Clarkson but the warning signs were already showing as Karl Nicholson and Anthony Booth both…
The Peterborough Phantoms traveled to Manchester for their final road trip of the season to face the Mayhem on Sunday evening. The game saw both teams playing with depleted squads with the Mayhem having no subs and the Phantoms just the one.
Sheffield Steelkings edged out the Cardiff Huskies in an eleven goal thriller at IceSheffield on Sunday.
The Steelkings, who won 3-1 in Cardiff last month, found themselves 2-0 down inside four minutes thanks to a brace from Tyler Christopher. The first followed a rare mistake by Matt Clarkson, who coughed up the puck deep in his own zone, but he scored twice as they rallied back to 2-2 at the end of the first period. The second was a spectacular, powerful lob from inside his own half.
Sheffield Steelkings won their first home game of the season to go top of the British Para Ice Hockey league with a resounding 9-2 victory over the Peterborough Phantoms on Sunday.
In front of a crowd of around 300 people at IceSheffield Matt Clarkson tallied a huge six goals and club Chairman Jake Oakley notched a hat-trick of his own.
The IPC have today advised that the 2019 World Para Ice Hockey Championships, Pool B, have been awarded to Germany.
The tournament will take place in Berlin during the last 2 weeks of November 2019.
Hat-tricks from Matt Clarkson and debutant Matt Woollias helped Sheffield Steelkings to a 7-4 triumph over the table topping Manchester Mayhem in Altrincham on Sunday.
Matt Clarkson struck twice and Jake Oakley once as the Sheffield Steelkings Para Ice Hockey club began their league campaign with a 3-1 away win over the Cardiff Huskies on Saturday.
Manchester Mayhem remained top of the British Para Ice Hockey League table with a 5-1 win over the Peterborough Phantoms as a hat trick from Karl Nicholson helped the Mayhem to a gritty and scrappy contest against the home side down at Peterborough Ice rink, as Manchester kept up their good start to the season.
The Peterborough Phantoms traveled to Cardiff for their league opener last Saturday, but came away on the back of a 4-2 defeat.
The Manchester Mayhem opened up their 2019 British Para Ice Hockey League campaign with a ‘smash and grab’ win at home to the Cardiff Huskies last Sunday, as two goals from both Anthony Booth and Captain Karl Nicholson, helped the Mayhem to an opening day win at Planet Ice by a score of 4-1.