Thursday May 23, 2019

    2019/20 Season

    Fife Ice Arena 
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    2019/20 Season

    Fife Ice Arena 
    Face-off: TBC
    Buy Tickets Now



    2019/20 Season

    Fife Ice Arena 
    Face-off: TBC
    Buy Tickets Now



    2019/20 Season

    Fife Ice Arena 
    Face-off: TBC
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Ice Hockey UK

The official launch for the World Championship Division II Group A has taken place in Dumfries.

The Dumfries Ice Bowl will play host to Great Britain, Estonia, Japan, Korea, Netherlands and Romania.

The six-team IIHF tournament runs from Sunday 10th to Saturday 16th December.

The tournament, jointly organised by Ice Hockey UK and Dumfries & Galloway Council, represents yet another coup for the region as it welcomes back international ice hockey for a sixth consecutive year.

Councillor Adam Wilson, who leads on the council’s events strategy which has delivered a number of major occasions to the region, said: “World Championship ice hockey is a wonderful tournament to bring to Dumfries, and an exciting prospect for all sports fans.

"We have an enviable recent tradition of hosting IIHF World Championship tournaments and are proud to be able to bring the Great Britain national team at Under-20s level back to South West Scotland.

“Ice hockey is alive and well in Dumfries and past tournaments have really boosted the profile and participation numbers in the sport – I’m sure this Under-20s World Championship will be no different.”

Tickets for the tournament are on sale and range from just £5 for a single match ticket to £25 for the full week championship pass.

There are group discounts available and up to two under-16s can go free with every ticket-purchasing adult.

Tickets are available from the Midsteeple Box Office and the Ice Bowl, as well as online at this link 


Fife Flyers vs Edinburgh Capitals post game summary 

Fife Flyers, sponsored by Arnold Clark Mercedes-Benz, welcomed back their oldest rivals to the Fife Ice Arena on Saturday as they hosted the Edinburgh Capitals in the sides first league encounter of the season.

Fife Flyers top goal scorer Evan Bloodoff returned to the line-up after he did not ice in Flyers 4-3 overtime victory in Nottingham last Sunday.

Opening period action saw Flyers dominant the majority of the action and got the opening goal of the game as Carlo Finucci at 7:12 when he convereted from close range after a terrific play from linemate James Isaacs to force a Capitals turnover.

Edinburgh almost got themselves back in the game agains the run of play only for captain Russ Moyer to make goal line clearance. Moments later netminder Andy Iles pulled off a magnificent save to deny Pavel Voroboyev.

Flyers doubled their lead at 17:35 when Danick Gauthier scored his 10th league goal of the season beating Pavel Shegalo. Following the goal, Capitals netminder Shegalo received a 10 minute abuse of the official following his argument for a man in the crease.

Flyers extended their lead in the second period when Shayne Stockton fired a shot beyond Shegalo in the Capitals net to make it 3-0 at 28:32. 

Edinburgh got back in the game when Nikita Kolesnikovs scored on the powerplay at 32:01, however, just over 3 minutes later Shayne Stockton scored his 2nd goal of the game with a shorthanded effort at 35:35.

Flyers 3 goal lead didn't last long as Edinburgh scored immediately after as Kolesnikovs got his 2nd powerplay goal of the game at 35:55.

A dominant 3rd period from the Flyers saw them restrict their opponent to just 3 shots in the final 20 minutes.

Flyers extended their lead at 48:59 when Danick Gauthier got his 2nd goal of the game, before Evan Bloodoff wrapped up the scoring at 52:40 to ensure Flyers continued their 100% record against the Capitals this season.

FINAL SCORE: Fife Flyers 6 Edinburgh Capitals 2

Fife Flyers Scoring:

Danick Gauthier (2+1), Shayne Stockton (2+0), Carlo Finucci (1+1), Evan Bloodoff (1+0), Liam Heelis (0+2), James Isaacs (0+1), Chase Schaber (0+1), Peter LeBlanc (0+1)

Fife Flyers Man of the Match:

78: Danick Gauthier

Edinburgh Capitals Scoring:

Nikita Kolesnikovs (2+0), Juris Upitis (0+2), Konstantin Teslyukevich (0+1)

Edinburgh Capitals Man of the Match:

52: Nikita Kolesnikovs

Shots on Goal:

Andy Iles: P1 - 6, P2 - 15, P3 - 3 Total = 24

Paevl Shegalo: P1 - 10, P2 - 7, P3 - 14 Total = 31

Attendance: 1550



Fife Flyers were delighted in the summer to announce that Kettle Produce Ltd would be returning as the club's official community sponsors for season 2017/18.

This renewed partnership has this year seen Fife Flyers build on the successful school visits programme, which last season saw us reach out to 25 Fife primary schools and to an estimated 4,160 pupils!

Senior staff from Kettle Produce, who last year celebrated their 40th anniversary, appeared on a number of school visits to educate children on how vegetables are sourced, packed and distributed to their customers across the UK. Children received a Kettle goody-bag including coloured pencils. A special Kettle Produce poster competition was also run throughout last season with winners picked every month to receive a club shop voucher on the ice from their favourite Flyers player!

John McGregor of Kettle Produce said: "We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Fife Flyers, promoting healthy eating and lifestyle throughout our Fife community."

Ross Cunningham, Flyers' Media & Community Officer, added: "The Club were delighted that Kettle Produce Ltd came back on board for this season. With their help we were able to reach out to more schools and pupils last season than ever before and we're looking to continue that strong community involvement this season."


Game Preview vs Edinburgh Capitals

This weekend the Fife Flyers, sponsored by Arnold Clark Mercedes-Benz, welcome old rivals the Edinburgh Capitals to Fife Ice Arena on Saturday for the first time since their Challenge Cup encounter back in September.

Flyers go in to this weekend with back to back games against the Capitals, with Sunday's away game at Murrayfield Ice Rink.

The Capitals may be rock bottom of the Elite Ice Hockey League standings but they have welcomed back a number of players from injuries and have recorded recent victories against Coventry Blaze and Dundee Stars.

Edinburgh have gone through a turbulent this season with uncertainty around their future with their management to make a full statement.

This weekend sees Flyers back in Gardiner conference action having only played, and go unbeatehn, in 4 conference games so far this season. In Flyers 4 conference games they have scored an impressive 22 goals whilst only conceding 5.


Grab your Shift of the Back Raffle Tickets this Saturday at our game against the Edinburgh Capitals. 

Just £1 per strip of tickets!

The draw will take place during the 3rd period! GOOD LUCK! 




Sean BeattieDanick GauthierTRAVEL CLUB SIGNING

This Saturday sees the return of our Travel Club signing night. 

This weekend we welcome Sean Beattie & Danick Gauthier to the Travel Club booth directly after the game for approx 20 minutes.

Be sure to pop down to grab a quick selfie or get that new jersey signed.






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)



Pavel started his professional career signing with MHK Kylia Sovetov in season 2010-2011 posting a regular season save percentage of .908 and a goals against average of 2.66 in the 25 games played. Shegalo was part of the Russian under 18 team in the World Championship and having played in four games he was part of a Russia squad that won the Bronze Medal. Pavel joins the Capitals having played last season in Belarus with Metallurg Zhlobin but also has VHL experience and was called up to KHL side Sibir Novosibirsk during the 2016/17 season.


Teslyukevich played in the 2nd tier of Russian ice hockey between 2001-2015 and in total iced 701 times in the highly competitive league. Having started his career at HK Lipetsk in 2001-2002, Teslyukevich went on to ice for 7 different teams in the VHL/2nd tier scoring 212 points. Teslyukevich plays the game with an edge and in the 701 games played at VHL level picked up 752 penalty minutes. The past two seasons have seen him ice in the Kazakhstan top division with Arlan Kokshetau and in 108 games he scored 48 points and picked up 86 penalty minutes. In 2015-16 Teslyukevich was the highest goal scoring defenceman in the Kazakh league with 10 goals, and the leagues highest plus/minus with +35. Last season playing as part of a strong side he again finished with an impressive +31 plus/minus rating.


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.

  • Sat 2nd December - Fife Flyers vs Edinburgh Capitals (EIHL), 7:15pm
  • Sun 10th December - Fife Flyers vs MK Lightning (EIHL), 6:30pm
  • Sat 16th December - Fife Flyers vs Belfast Giants (EIHL), 7:15pm
  • Tues 26th December - Fife Flyers vs Edinburgh Capitals (EIHL), 6:00pm

Buy online via the website

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)

Terms and Conditions apply

Fife Ice Arena Box Office 

  • 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.


The line-up for the quarter finals of the 2017/18 Elite League Challenge Cup has been confirmed.

Using the ‘pick your opponent’ format for the first time, the top three seeds – the group winners – were given the chance to pick who they’ll face in the last eight and their home leg preference.

Sheffield Steelers, the top seeds, after finishing Group A with the best record chose eighth seeds Dundee Stars to be their quarter final rivals.

Milton Keynes Lightning, competing in the tournament for the first time, were the second seeds after winning Group C and have picked Nottingham Panthers to be their opponents in the quarter final.

Then Belfast Giants, Group B winners, chose Fife Flyers as their opposition with Cardiff Devils and Guildford Flames paired together to complete the line-up.

Sheffield Steelers owner Tony Smith gave his reasons for choosing the Stars and said: “We’ve got a good record against Dundee Stars and we think it will give us the best route towards the final.

“It’s a potential banana skin of course and by picking Dundee, the other teams will see that Steelers fancy their chances. There were five choices and they were ours.”

Milton Keynes Lightning owner Graham Moody discussed his team’s decision to take up a two-legged date with Nottingham Panthers

He said: “All the teams are as hard as each other and there are no easy games.

“We’ve had a couple of good games against Nottingham so far and we think these will give us a couple more, plus it’s only an hour up the M1 and we think it’s the right fixture for us.”

Belfast Giants general manager Steve Thornton added: “Graham surprised me by picking Nottingham and they weren’t the three we expected to pick from.

“Every game is a tough one and we felt Fife would give us the best match-up. We’ve had a couple of good games against them and we’re looking forward to more.”

All ties are to be played by 10th January 2018.

QUARTER FINAL TIES (Dates to be confirmed))

Sheffield Steelers vs Dundee Stars (QF1)
Milton Keynes Lightning vs Nottingham Panthers (QF2)
Belfast Giants vs Fife Flyers (QF3)
Cardiff Devils vs Guildford Flames (QF4)


SEMI FINAL TIES (Dates to be confirmed)

Sheffield Steelers or Dundee Stars vs Cardiff Devils or Guildford Flames
Milton Keynes Lightning or Nottingham Panthers vs Belfast Giants or Fife Flyers


CHARITY | Fife Flyers Annual CHAS Fundraising Event

Fife Flyers are holding our annual CHAS fund raising evening to raise money for our adopted charity Children’s Hospices Across Scotland on Saturday 25 November. The players will be wearing specially designed limited edition CHAS jerseys, for the game v’s Cardiff Devils.

We’ll be raising money for CHAS on the night, by holding a shirt off the back raffle to win Josh Scoon’s special CHAS jersey together with a bucket collection and a raffle for various other prizes!

For your chance to own one of the remaining game worn limited edition CHAS jerseys, they will be uploaded on to our eBay auction site which will go live through a link on the Flyers website as from Monday 27 November at 7pm.

Starting bids for all jerseys will be £60 and normal eBay auction rules will apply.

So far, in the 20 years that we have worked with CHAS, we have helped raise nearly £50,000!!!!

We are delighted to be working with the charity again this year.

CHAS is the only charity in Scotland that provides vital hospice services for children and young people with life-shortening conditions.

Hannah Gell from CHAS said “We are so grateful to the Fife Flyers players, staff, fans and organisation for the amazing support they have shown us, and for their continued support."

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

Fife Flyers game worn CHAS jerseys will be available to bid via the following the link - 


 Fife Flyers vs Cardiff Devils post game summary

Fife Flyers, sponsored by Arnold Clark Mercedes-Benz, welcomed back the defending Elite Ice Hockey League champions the Cardiff Devils to Fife Ice Arena for the 2nd time this season, one week on from Flyers incredible 8-6 win in Ice Arena Wales.

Flyers went into the game having won 5 of their previous 8 fixtures, whilst Devils have lost their last 3 games. Flyers welcomed back Charlie Mosey to the line up who had missed the previous 2 weekends through injury.

It was a perfect start for Todd Dutiaume's side as Peter LeBlanc put the home side in front after just 58 seconds when he fired the puck beyond Ben Bowns. Evan Bloodoff doubled the Flyers lead at the half way point in the period as he made it 2-0 at 10:38.

Cardiff pulled a goal back at 11:40 when Layne Ulmer scored Cardiff's opening goal of game, then just over a minute later Joey Martin tied the game at 12:43 sending the teams into the dressing rooms tied a 2-2 at the end of the opening period.

Cardiff Devils took an early lead in the second period when defenceman Gleason Fournier put Andrew Lord's men ahead for the first time in the game at 24:21.

Despite dominating the second period, the Devils were unable to get themselves back on the scoreboard and went into the dressing room at the end of the period with a narrow 3-2 lead.

Flyers looked to get themselves back in the game in the 3rd period and applied most of the pressure, however it was Andrew Lord who got Cardiff's 4th goal of the night when he made it 4-2 at 50:58.

With just over 3 minutes remaining in the final period, Todd Dutiaume pulled netminder Andy Iles as his side looked to claw 2 goals back, and at 59:05 Danick Gauthier brought it back to a 1 goal game when he got Flyers 3rd goal, but it was not enough as Cardiff held on in the end to seal a 4-3 win.

FINAL SCORE: Fife Flyers 3 Cardiff Devils 4

Fife Flyers Scoring:

Evan Bloodoff (1+1), Peter LeBlanc (1+0), Danick Gauthier (1+0), Jim Jorgensen (0+1), Russ Moyer (0+1), Chase Schaber (0+1), Shayne Stockton (0+1)

Fife Flyers Man of the Match:

32: Peter LeBlanc

Cardiff Devils Scoring:

Gleason Fournier (1+1), Layne Ulmer (1+0), Joey Martin (1+0), Andrew Lord (1+0), Jake Morissette (0+1), Sean Bentivoglio (0+1)

Cardiff Devils Man of the Match:

20: Gleason Fournier

Shots on Goal:

Andy Iles: P1 - 7, P2 - 13, P3 - 5 Total = 25

Ben Bowns: P1 - 10, P2 - 4, P3 - 8 Total = 22x

Attendance: 1724



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
  Full Standings  



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Elite Ice Hockey League

The Elite Ice Hockey League (EIHL) is a professional ice hockey league in the United Kingdom formed in 2003. The league currently consists of 11 teams, with Belfast (NIR), Cardiff (WAL), Coventry (ENG), Dundee (SCO), Fife (SCO), Glasgow (SCO), Guildford (ENG), Manchester (ENG), Milton Keynes (ENG), Nottingham (ENG) and Sheffield (ENG).

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