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09
Mar

 Fife Flyers vs Dundee Stars game summary

The Gardiner Conference champions Fife Flyers, sponsored by Arnold Clark Mercedes-Benz, hosted the Dundee Stars in Friday night at Fife Ice Arena for the first time after securing the Gardiner Conferenc title following their dramatic 7-6 overtime victory in Dundee last month.

Flyers welcomed back netminder Andy Iles and forward Liam Heelis into the line-up, with a three game weekend Jordan Marr started for Flyers ahead of Andy Iles who returns following injury.

It took almost 10 minutes for the first goal but it came for the Flyers at 9:08 when Carlo Finucci fired the puck from behind the Dundee net, going in off the skate of Dundee Stars netminder Travis Fullerton.

Thirty seconds later Dundee Stars captain Chris Lawrence saw himself eject from the game following a cross checking incident on Flyers defenceman James Isaacs, and despite a 5 minute poweplay, Flyers were unable to capitalise on the man advantage, and Dundee saw the period out with Flyers taking a 1 goal lead into the second period.

Dundee got themselves back into the game at 27:09 when Anthony Mastrodicasa's shot from the point found it's way through traffic and into Jordan Marr's net to tie the game.

As it looked as though the teams would head into the dressing Dundee took the lead at 38:31 when Jimmy Jensen fired a shot in to the top of Jordan Marr's net.

Gabriel Levesque put Dundee 3-1 up when his shot sneaked through Jordan Marr at 45:09. Malcolm Gould made it 4-1 shortly after when he fired his shot into the top corner at 49:01.

Despite Flyers best effort the score remainded 4-1 to the visitors and Dundee secured two points in the push for a PredictorBet play-off spot.

FINAL SCORE: Fife Flyers 1 Dundee Stars 4

Fife Flyers Scoring:

Carlo Finucci (1+0), Josh Scoon (0+1)

Fife Flyers Man of the Match:

33: Jordan Marr

Dundee Stars Scoring:

Gabriel Levesque (1+2), Anthony Mastrodicasa (1+0), Jimmy Jensen (1+0), Malcolm Gould (1+0), Riley Stadel (0+1), Cody Carlson (0+1), Marc-Olivier Mimar (0+1), Omar Pacha (0+1)

Dundee Stars Man of the Match:

42: Anthony Mastrodicasa

Shots on Goal:

Jordan Marr: P1 - 6, P2 - 11, P3 - 9 Total = 26

Travis Fullerton: P1 - 11, P2 - 10, P3 - 10 Total = 31

Attendance: 1783

07
Mar

 Fife Flyers vs Dundee Stars game preview

Doors Open 5:30pm, Face-off 7:30pm

This Friday night your 2017/18 Gardiner Conference champions the Fife Flyers, sponsored by Arnold Clark Mercedes-Benz, host the Dundee Stars, the firs time both teams have met since Flyers clinched the conference title in dramatic fashion in Dundee last month thanks to Charlie Mosey's game tying goal with 16 seconds remaining in the third period..

With only 3 home regular season games left this season, Friday night is sure to be a busy game with Flyers looking to welcome back a number of players back from injury ahead of the 2017/18 PredictorBet play-offs

Flyers and Dundee have split this season's head to head so far this season with both teams recording 4 wins apiece, 3 regular season game wins and 1 challenge cup win each. 

Dundee are currently in 10th place in the league standings, with the top 8 teams progessing to the PredictorBet play-offs, however Dundee are only 1 point out of the play-off hunt with games in hand over both Braehead Clan and Coventry Blaze who are also battling for a PredictorBet play-off place.

Speaking ahead of this Friday's Gardiner Conference game against the Dundee Stars, head coach Todd Dutiaume said "This Dundee Stars team are competing in a three way dog fight for the last play-off spot,they Dundee are hungry and on a bit of a roll, and have gone down to Nottingham and come away with a win this week.

"The last time we played them it was a bit of a crazy game, it had just about everything in it. We are expecting the rest of the games this season to be played at a high tempo."

2017/18 HEAD TO HEAD

  • 9th September 2017 - Dundee Stars 2 Fife Flyers 6 (Scottish Elite Cup)
  • 17th September 2017 - Dundee Stars 7 Fife Flyers 5 (CC)
  • 30th September 2017 - Fife Flyers 5 Dundee Stars 1 (CC)
  • 11th November 2017 - Fife Flyers 5 Dundee Stars 1 (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)
  • 22nd December 2017 - Dundee Stars 4 Fife Flyers 2 (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)
  • 20th January 2018 - Fife Flyers 6 Dundee Stars 7 OT (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)
  • 27th January 2018 - Dundee Stars 4 Fife Flyers 3 OT (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)
  • 17th February 2018 - Fife Flyers 7 Dundee Stars 0 (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)
  • 18th February 2018 - Dundee Stars 6 Fife Flyers 7 OT (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)

PLAYERS TO WATCH

GABRIEL LEVESQUE, FORWARD

The 27-year-old is a native of Montreal and has spent most his professional career in the ECHL where he totalled 62 points in 116 games. He is known for his versatility on the ice having played both in defence and as a forward. Last season Levesque played his first season in Europe when he iced with Anglet in France, playing in 23 games, scoring 12 goals and 24 assists. Levesque currently leads Dundee in points with 12 goals and 40 assists across 48 games this season.

MALCOLM GOULD, FORWARD

25 year old Gould is in his second pro year having made his professional debut last season in France with Strasbourg. During his first pro year Gould tallied 28 points, 13 goals and 15 assists, in 33 games. Gould spent 4 seasons playing university hockey with Michigan Tech in the NCAA, icing in 123 games and scoring 32 goals and 43 assists. This season Gould is 3rd in Dundee's scoring with 12 goals and 21 assists across 48 games.

BRIAN HART, FORWARD

Hart is a name Dundee fans are familiar with as Brian's older brother Kevn having played for Dundee for the previous 2 seasons. Brian joins the club from the Kalamazoo Wings where he iced for half of last season, with the remainder being spent in the AHL with Syracuse Crunch. Brian was drafted second round (#53 overall) by Tampa Bay Lightning in 2012. Hart has 58 AHL games and 9 points, as well as 69 ECHL games and 26 points to his name and is a highly regarded signing by Omar Pacha. So far this season Brian has totalled 18 goals and 14 assists in 44 games, including a 2 goal game against the Nottingham Panthers on Tuesday.

Ticket Information

Tickets on sale NOW for the following HOME games.

  • Fri 9th March - Fife Flyers vs Dundee Stars (EIHL/Conference), 7:30pm
  • Wed 14th March - Fife Flyers vs Belfast Giants (EIHL), 7:30pm
  • Wed 21st March - Fife Flyers vs Sheffield Steelers (EIHL), 7:30pm

Buy online via the website www.fifeflyers.co.uk

Adult £16.50 (age 16 +)

OAP/Student £11.50 (Please ensure you have valid ID when ordering/presenting Concession tickets)

Child £9.50 (age 3 – 15 years)
N.B. UNDER 14's MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT

Terms and Conditions apply

Fife Ice Arena Box Office Opening Hours

  • Monday - 2pm to 6pm
  • Tuesday - 2pm to 6pm
  • Wednesday - 2pm to 6pm
  • Thursday - 2pm to 8pm
  • Friday - 2pm to 6pm
  • Saturday - 12pm to 4pm and from doors open on game day. 
  • Sunday - CLOSED (Unless there is a Flyers home game, in which case tickets on sale 12 to 4pm and from doors open).
  • Doors open 2 hours prior to face-off.
06
Mar

 Fife Flyers vs Edinburgh Capitals game summary

The Gardiner Conference champions Fife Flyers, sponsored by Arnold Clark Mercedes-Benz, hosted the Edinburgh Capitals in the re-arranged fixture following last week's postponed game due to the adverse weather on Tuesday night at Fife Ice Arena.

Flyers welcomed back Danick Gauthier into the line-up, however they went into the game without Reece Cochrane, Ian Young, Evan Bloodoff, Brady Ramsay, Liam Heelis and netminder Andy Iles.

Chase Schaber put the Flyers 1-0 up at 4:18 when he connected with a Charlie Mosey pass at Jordan McLaughlin's back post in the Edinburgh net.

With Flyers dominating the majority of the play they finally doubled their lead at 18:52 when Peter LeBlanc fired a first time shot from a Jim Jorgensen pass from behind the Capitals net to make it 2-0 going into the dressing room at the end of the opening period.

It took Flyers until 31:55 to get their 3rd goal of the game and it came from Peter LeBlanc who plucked the puck out the air in front of the Edinburgh net to redirect the puck beyond Jordan McLauglin.

James Isaacs scored the goal of the night with a fantastic solo effort which saw him skate through the Capitals defence to fire the puck into the net to make it 4-0 at 33:26, before Ričards Birziņš made it 5-0 at 33:45.

Dylan Anderson got the visitors on the scoreboard with a shot that went in off the underside of Jordan Marr's bar at 42:50.

Peter LeBlanc completed his hattrick and sealed the win when he put Flyers 6-1 up at 50:48.

FINAL SCORE: Fife Flyers 6 Edinburgh Capitals 1

Fife Flyers Scoring:

Peter LeBlanc (3+0), Chase Schaber (1+1), James Isaacs (1+0), Ričards Birziņš (1+0), Charlie Mosey (0+2), Jim Jorgensen (0+1), James Isaacs (0+1), Danick Gauthier (0+1), Josh Scoon (0+1), Shayne Stockton (0+1), Russ Moyer (0+1), Chris Wands (0+1), Dan Correale (0+1), Chad Smith (0+1)

Fife Flyers Man of the Match:

5: James Isaacs

Edinburgh Capitals Scoring:

Dylan Anderson (1+0), Mike Cazzola (0+1), Igor Valeyev (0+1)

Edinburgh Capitals Man of the Match:

13: Mike Cazzola

Shots on Goal:

Jordan Marr: P1 - 7, P2 - 8, P3 - 6 Total = 21

Andrew Little: P1 - 0, P2 - 0, P3 - 4 Total = 4

Jordan McLaughlin: P1 - 10, P2 - 8, P3 - 13 Total = 31

Attendance: 1206

04
Mar

Fife Ice Arena

Please note that our postponed game vs Edinburgh Capitals, which was due to take place on Wednesday 28th February, will now take place on Tuesday 6th March.

The game was originally postponed due to the adverse weather conditions which swept across the country.

The March schedule is extremely busy for both the Flyers and Capitals and the only date that both teams have agreed is suitable for both parties, is Tuesday 6th March, 7.30pm Face Off.

Tickets from the 28th February game, will be automatically transferred to the Tuesday 6th March game. We appreciate that some fans have handed back their 28th Feb tickets in return for other March dates, however, if you have not swapped your tickets already, they will be automatically transferred to the new Tuesday 6th March fixture.

Just to confirm, our postponed 28th February game vs Edinburgh Capitals will now take place on:
Tuesday 6th March 2018, 7.30pm at Fife Ice Arena.

04
Mar

Game Preview vs Edinburgh Capitals

Doors Open 5:30pm, Face-Off 7:30pm

This Tuesday your Gardiner Conference champions Fife Flyers, sponsored by Arnold Clark Mercedes-Benz, welcome back old rivals the Edinburgh Capitals to Fife Ice Arena for the final time this season. 

Edinburgh return to Fife Ice Arena as the first Gardiner Conference side to take on the newly crowned Gardiner Conference champions. Tuesday's fixtures sees the teams compete in last week's postponed game due to the adverse weather which brought the country to a standstill.

Going into this Tuesday's fixtures Flyers have won 5 of their last 7 games.

This weekend Flyers went head to head with Manchester Storm with a plague of injuries with Evan Bloodoff, Andy Iles, Danick Gauthier, and Ian Young all out throug injury, with Liam Heelis and Carlo Finucci picking up knocks on Saturday.

Head coach Todd Dutiaume was hopeful that Heelis and Finucci would return to the line up as Flyers made the journey south to take on MK Lightning on Sunday.

This season Flyers currently lead the season head to head with Mike D'Orazio's side with 8 wins from 8 games, scoring 41 goals and conceding only 13 goals. 

2017/18 HEAD TO HEAD

  • 16th September 2017 - Fife Flyers 5 Edinburgh Capitals 2 (Challenge Cup)
  • 1st October 2017 - Edinburgh Capitals 3 Fife Flyers 7 (Challenge Cup)
  • 2nd December 2017 - Fife Flyers 6 Edinburgh Capitals 2 (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)
  • 3rd December 2017 - Edinburgh Capitals 1 Fife Flyers 5 (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)
  • 26th December 2017 - Fife Flyers 10 Edinburgh Capitals 1 (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)
  • 31st December 2017 - Edinburgh Capitals 3 Fife Flyers 5 (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)
  • 13th January 2018 - Fife Flyers 6 Edinburgh Capitals 1 (Gardiner Conference/EIHL)
  • 11th February 2018 - Edinburgh Capitals 0 Fife Flyers 3 (Gardiner Conference/EIHL) 

PLAYERS TO WATCH

TYLER BESKOROWANY, NETMINDER

Beslorowany joins the Capitals with a hugely impressive CV having been drafted in the second round of the 2008 NHL Draft by the Dallas Stars. Tyler made the breakthrough in to the AHL in 2010-2011 signing for the Texas Stars. Between 2010-2014 Tyler made 64 appearances in the American Hockey League (he has played 66 times in the league to date) and split his time between the AHL and ECHL during that time. In his first season as a professional in 2010-2011 Tyler made it to the ECHL All Star game. Between 2014 and 2016 Tyler played for Dusseldorfer and Nurnberg in the German DEL. In 2015-2016 he was named the DEL Netminder of the year. 

MIKE D'ORAZIO, DEFENCE

D'Orazio took over as joint head coach with Jock Hay earlier this season following the departure of Dmitri Khristich. D'Orazio is in his second season with the Capitals after making his pro debut with the Murrayfield club in 2016/17. D'Orazio iced in 57 games in his first pro year, scoring 9 goals and 28 assists. This year, despite a troublesome season, D'Orazio has continued to set a high standard for his players. D'Orazio has played in 38 games, scoring 2 goals and 13 assists so far this season. 

MIKE CAZZOLA, FORWARD

The signing of Cazzola made many fans around the league take notice of the Edinburgh Capitals this summer. The forward was the top point scorer for his club the Fort Wayne Komets, and was also the top point scoring rookie in the ECHL with 76 points (30 goals and 46 assists) in just 67 games. Voted on to the ECHL All Rookie All Star team, Cazzola ranked joint 11th overall in the league for point scoring in his first season in the highly competitive league.

Ticket Information

Tickets on sale NOW for the following HOME games.

  • Tues 6th March - Fife Flyers vs Edinburgh Capitals  (EIHL/Conference), 7:30pm
  • Fri 9th March - Fife Flyers vs Dundee Stars (EIHL/Conference), 7:30pm
  • Wed 14th March - Fife Flyers vs Belfast Giants (EIHL), 7:30pm

Buy online via the website www.fifeflyers.co.uk

Adult £16.50 (age 16 +)

OAP/Student £11.50 (Please ensure you have valid ID when ordering/presenting Concession tickets)

Child £9.50 (age 3 – 15 years)
N.B. UNDER 14's MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT

Terms and Conditions apply

Fife Ice Arena Box Office Opening Hours

  • Monday - 2pm to 6pm
  • Tuesday - 2pm to 6pm
  • Wednesday - 2pm to 6pm
  • Thursday - 2pm to 8pm
  • Friday - 2pm to 6pm
  • Saturday - 12pm to 4pm and from doors open on game day. 
  • Sunday - CLOSED (Unless there is a Flyers home game, in which case tickets on sale 12 to 4pm and from doors open).
  • Doors open 2 hours prior to face-off.

 

04
Mar

Fife Flyers 2017/18 Challenge Cup jersey

We’ll be auctioning off our 2017/18 Challenge Cup Game Worn Players Jerseys, post-game, on the ice, on Friday 9th March. Join us following the Fife Flyers vs Dundee Stars game on Friday 9th March  for our on ice Challenge Cup Jersey Auction.

If you would like to be in with a chance of winning one of these popular jerseys, all you have to do is get your tickets for the game, then post game, after the on ice presentations, anyone wishing to take part in the on ice auction should move round to Block B.

Those wishing to bid should sit in Block B only. Please do not stand at ice pad level or sit in any other block, you must be in Block B, post-game to take part in the live auction.

If you want to watch the auction but do not wish to bid, please sit in blocks A or C, we would ask you to leave Block B free for bidders only.

Please keep the ice pad level clear, if you wish to watch the auction, please sit in Block A or C, we will need clear pathways at ice pad level so that we can take photos and details from the winners and process payments etc.

This will be a fun event and a great chance for you to take part in the auction and hopefully win your favourite players jersey! Starting bids for all jerseys will be £70 and will go up in increments of £10.

If you cannot make the event, but would like to bid, we will accept email bids between Monday 5th March – Thursday 8th March @ 2000hrs. Bids sent out with these dates and times will not be accepted.

Please note: If you bid via email, the starting price for the jersey will be your first bid (and must exceed £70).

Please enter your starting bid amount on the email as well as your maximum bid amount. We will not exceed your maximum bid amount.

Please be aware that live bidders may out bid you on the night If you want to own one of these popular game worn players jerseys, make sure you get your tickets to the game and join us post game for the on ice auction!

Winning bidders will be presented with the jersey, by the player, on the night and a photo will be uploaded to our Facebook page.

Any questions or queries, or online bids, should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

03
Mar

 Fife Flyers vs Manchester Storm post game summary

The Gardiner Conference champions the Fife Flyers, sponsored by Arnold Clark Mercedes-Benz, returned to action on Saturday at Fife Ice Arena as Manchester Storm were the visitors, following Wednesday's mid-week postponement of the Edinburgh Capitals game due to the adverse weather.

There was some doubt as to whether Saturday's game would go ahead as Manchester awaited confirmation that their bus company were OK to travel north, however Manchester confirmed they would travel just prior to 11am.

Flyers went into Saturday's game without starting netminder Andy Iles, defenceman Ian Young and forwards Evan Bloodoff, Danick Gauthier and Brady Ramsay.

Chase Schaber got the home side off to a great start when he picked up a rebound in front of the Manchester Storm net to put Flyers 1-0 up after just 1:34.

Jim Jorgensen doubled the Flyers lead at 8:25 on the powerplay with a shot from the blueline which beat Clemente in the Storm net.

Ciaran Long pulled a goal back for Storm at 14:10, firing the puck beyond Jordan Marr in the Flyers net from a tight angle.

Into the second period and Manchester tied the game up early when Mike Hammond made it 2-2 after 24:24. Declan Balmer put Manchester 3-2 ahead at 34:17 before Dallas Ehrhardt made it 4-2 to the visitors at 35:49.

Despite Flyers best efforts they were unable to get back on the scoresheet. Mike Hammond wrapped up a Manchester win with an empty net goal at 58:25.

FINAL SCORE: Fife Flyers 2 Manchester Storm 5

Fife Flyers Scoring:

Jim Jorgensen (1+1), Chase Schaber (1+0), Peter LeBlanc (0+2), Carlo Finucci (0+1)

Fife Flyers Man of the Match:

40: Carlo Finucci

Manchester Storm Scoring:

Mike Hammond (2+1), Ciaran Long (1+0), Declan Balmer (1+0), Dallas Erhardt (1+0), Scott Pitt (0+3), Ryan Trenz (0+1), Dane Byers (0+1), Linden Springer (0+1), Luke Moffat (0+1), Jay Rosehill (0+1), Matt Beca (0+1)

Manchester Storm Man of the Match:

21: Mike Hammond

Shots on Goal:

Jordan Marr: P1 - 9, P2 - 12, P3 - 8 Total = 29

Mike Clemente: P1 - 9, P2 - 9, P3 - 11 Total = 29

Attendance: 1625

2019/20 EIHL LEAGUE STANDINGS

TeamGPPts
Belfast Giants Belfast 0 0
Cardiff Devils Cardiff 0 0
Coventry Blaze Coventry 0 0
Dundee Stars Dundee 0 0
Fife Flyers Fife 0 0
Glasgow Clan Glasgow 0 0
Guilford Flames Guildford 0 0
Manchester Manchester 0 0
Nottingham Panthers Nottingham 0 0
Sheffield Steelers Sheffield 0 0
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