Category: Ice Hockey

International Ice Hockey Friendlies (Irish Clubs) 1986-87

Schedule

Schedule compiled from results in Stewart Roberts’ Ice Hockey Annual 1987-88. Please purchase a copy to view the original. [References: 2]

Report

The Royal College of Surgeons travelled from Dublin, Ireland to Bristol, England to play the BIHA Heineken League Division 2 Midlands team Bristol Phantoms in an Ice Hockey Friendly match on 6 February 1987, with the game finishing an 11-11 tie [References: 2]. Bristol Phantoms finished third behind Welsh teams Cardiff Devils and Deeside Dragons in Division 2 Midlands in 1986-87 in the Cardiff Devils debut season [References: 3]

REFERENCES

IMAGES

[1] Wikipedia (2017) Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo[Internet] Available from: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/1/1d/IRLhockey.jpg/150px-IRLhockey.jpg [Accessed 6 March 2017]

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[2] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1987) “Overseas Visitors to Britain” The Ice Hockey Annual 1986-87. pg. 152. Crowood Press, Ramsbury, Marlborough, Wiltshire, Great Britain.

[3] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1987) “Division 2” The Ice Hockey Annual 1986-87. pg. 106-110. Crowood Press, Ramsbury, Marlborough, Wiltshire, Great Britain.

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IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge 1995-96

IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo [References: 1]

Schedule

Match Day Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge

Schedule compiled from results in Stewart Roberts’ Ice Hockey Annual 1996-97. Please purchase a copy to view the original. [References: 2]

Report

The former Ayr Bruins and Streatham Redskins British League Netminder Jim Graves coached Castlereagh Flames to a 20-2 victory in the Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge versus Dublin Flyers on 6 January 1996. The game was billed as the first game of its kind in Ireland. [References: 2]

REFERENCES

IMAGES

[1] Wikipedia (2017) Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo[Internet] Available from: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/1/1d/IRLhockey.jpg/150px-IRLhockey.jpg [Accessed 6 March 2017]

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[2] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1997) “Other Competitions: Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge” The Ice Hockey Annual 1996-97. pg. 145. Stewart Roberts, Brighton, Great Britain.

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CHL Champions Hockey League 2022-23

Group Stage Standings

CHL Champions Hockey League Group A 2022

PosTeamGPWLOTTGFGAPTS
1Aalborg Pirates (Den)00000000
1Jukurit Mikkeli (Fin)00000000
1Luleå Hockey (Swe)00000000
1Sparta Prague (Cze)00000000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group B 2022

PosTeamGPWLOTTGFGAPTS
1EV Zug (Swi)00000000
1Grizzlys Wolfsburg (Ger)00000000
1Olimpija Ljubljana (Slo)00000000
1TPS Turku (Fin)00000000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group C 2022

PosTeamGPWLOTTGFGAPTS
1Rapperswil-Jona Lakers (Swi)00000000
1Red Bull Munich (Ger)00000000
1Slovan Bratislava (Svk)00000000
1Tappara Tampere (Fin)00000000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group D 2022

PosTeamGPWLOTTGFGAPTS
1Fehérvár AV19 (Hun)00000000
1GKS Katowice (Pol)00000000
1Rögle Ängleholm (Swe)00000000
1ZSC Lions Zurich (Swi)00000000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group E 2022

PosTeamGPWLOTTGFGAPTS
1Fribourg-Gottéron (Swi)00000000
1Ilves Tampere (Fin)00000000
1Red Bull Salzburg (Aut)00000000
1Stavanger Oilers (Nor)00000000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group F 2022

PosTeamGPWLOTTGFGAPTS
1Comarch Cracovia (Pol)00000000
1Färjestad Karlstad (Swe)00000000
1Straubing Spiders (Ger)00000000
1Villach SV (Aut)00000000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group G 2022

PosTeamGPWLOTTGFGAPTS
1Eisbaren Berlin (Ger)00000000
1Frölunda Gothenburg (Swe)00000000
1Grenoble (Fra)00000000
1Mountfield HK (Cze)00000000

CHL Champions Hockey League Group H 2022

PosTeamGPWLOTTGFGAPTS
1Belfast Giants (NIR)00000000
1HC Davos (Swi)00000000
1Oceláři Třinec (Cze)00000000
1Skellefteå AIK (Swe)00000000

Note: Standings Calculated automatically from results. Please visit the Champions Hockey League website for Official Standings at: [References: 1]

Belfast Giants Report

Belfast Giants were drawn in Group H of the 2022-23 Champions Hockey League, playing HC Davos of Switzerland, hosts of the prestigious Spengler Cup International Ice Hockey Tournament; Oceláři Třinec of Czech Republic and Skellefteå AIK from Northern Sweden. [References: 1]

About the Champions Hockey League 2022-23

The Champions Hockey League is the highest level International Club Competition in European Ice Hockey. Featuring 32 teams from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and in 2022-23 Belfast Giants from Northern Ireland representing the Elite Ice Hockey League.

References

[1] CHL (2022) CHL Schedule [Internet] Available from: https://www.championshockeyleague.com/en/schedule?dm_i=4WL6,OSP8,4VC9CT,31DYC,1#select_schedule=0 [Accessed 3 June 2022]

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Castlereagh Cougars Irish Ice Hockey Team Roster and Match Reports 1986-87

Week 1 – 22 September 1986

Castlereagh Cougars 14 Lee Valley Lions 2 – The first ever game played at Dundonald Ice Bowl, Castlereagh, Northern Ireland was an exhibition match on 22 September 1986 between Castlereagh Cougars and Lee Valley Lions. 2,000 spectators witnessed the home team Cougars triumph 14-2 thanks to goals from Tony MacGoldstone (4), Phil MacAdams (4), Brendan Hogan (3), Michael O’Rocchio (3), Craigan O’Melancon (1) as well a numerous assists from above as well as Patrick O’Quiney. Lee Valley Lions were from Leyton in East London and played that season in the Norwich Union Autumn Cup.

At Dundonald International Ice Bowl Att: 2,000P1P2P3Total
Castlereagh Cougars46414
Lee Valley Lions0202
[References: 1]
TeamScorers (Goals + Assists)
Castlereagh CougarsMacGoldstone 4+4, MacAdams 4+3, Hogan 3+4, O’Rocchio 2+2, O’Melancon 1+2, O’Quiney 0+3
Lee Valley LionsVirta 2+0, Lehti 0+1, Williams 0+1
[References: 1]

Roster 1986

NamePosition
Gairey O’Brien
Tony MacGoldstoneCaptain
Brendan Hogan
Patrick O’Quiney
Stephen O’James
Phil MacAdams
Michael O’Rocchio
Craigan O’Melancon
Alexander MacGoldstoneManager
Jonny O’RostCoach
[References: 2]

Season Report

An 8-man team played in the first ever game at Dundonald Ice Bowl in Castlereagh, Northern Ireland on 22nd September 1986. The Ice Dome was the first proper full-sized Ice Rink in Ireland since the closure of the King’s Hall in Belfast which had witnessed Ice Hockey during WW2 and in the 1950s.

References

Bibliography

[2] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1987) “First Games: CASTLEREAGH COUGARS 14 LEE VALLEY LIONS 2” The Ice Hockey Annual 1987-88. pg. 133. Crowood Press, Rambury, Marlborough, Wiltshire.

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Irish Ice Hockey Exhibition Matches Box-Scores 1986-87

Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo
Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo [References: 1]

Results

At Dundonald International Ice Bowl Att: 2,000P1P2P3Total
Castlereagh Cougars46414
Lee Valley Lions0202
[References: 1]
TeamScorers (Goals + Assists)
Castlereagh CougarsMacGoldstone 4+4, MacAdams 4+3, Hogan 3+4, O’Rocchio 2+2, O’Melancon 1+2, O’Quiney 0+3
Lee Valley LionsVirta 2+0, Lehti 0+1, Williams 0+1
[References: 1]

Report

The first ever game played at Dundonald Ice Bowl, Castlereagh, Northern Ireland was an exhibition match on 22 September 1986 between Castlereagh Cougars and Lee Valley Lions. 2,000 spectators witnessed the home team Cougars triumph 14-2 thanks to goals from Tony MacGoldstone (4), Phil MacAdams (4), Brendan Hogan (3), Michael O’Rocchio (3), Craigan O’Melancon (1) as well a numerous assists from above as well as Patrick O’Quiney. Lee Valley Lions were from Leyton in East London and played that season in the Norwich Union Autumn Cup.

References

Images

[1] Wikipedia (2017) Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo[Internet] Available from: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/1/1d/IRLhockey.jpg/150px-IRLhockey.jpg [Accessed 6 March 2017]

Bibliography

[2] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1987) “First Games: CASTLEREAGH COUGARS 14 LEE VALLEY LIONS 2” The Ice Hockey Annual 1987-88. pg. 133. Crowood Press, Rambury, Marlborough, Wiltshire.

Acknowledgements

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Elite Ice Hockey League Challenge Cup 2019-20

Elite Ice Hockey League Logo [3]

Group Tables

PWOWLSOLFAPts
Group A
*Dundee Stars65010251610
*Glasgow Clan6213015256
*Belfast Giants6203121165
Fife Flyers6204016194
Group B
*Guildford Flames83311312513
*Cardiff Devils5223125259
+Coventry Blaze8203325317
Group C
*Sheffield Steelers84130312710
*Nottingham Panthers84022252310
+Manchester Storm8215021276
Elite Ice Hockey League Challenge Cup Group Standings 2019-20 [Reference: 2]

Note: * Qualify for Quarter-Finals, + Qualify for Play-In.

Points System: 2 Pts Win (W), 2 Pts Overtime Win (OW), 1 Pt Shootout or Overtime Loss (SOL), 0 Pts Loss.

Knockout Stage Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Play-In
20.11.2019Coventry Blaze2Manchester Storm3
Quarter-FinalsLeg 1
22.11.2019Dundee Stars1Glasgow Clan1
11.12.2019Nottingham Panthers5Guildford Flames1
11.12.2019Sheffield Steelers5Manchester Storm2
11.12.2019Belfast Giants0Cardiff Devils1
Quarter-FinalsLeg 2
11.12.2019Glasgow Clan4 [5]Dundee Stars1 [2]
18.12.2019Manchester Storm3 [5]Sheffield Steelers3 [8]
18.12.2019Guildford Flames5 [6]Nottingham Panthers3 [8]
18.12.2019Cardiff Devils4 [5]Belfast Giants0 [0]
Semi-FinalsLeg 1
15.01.2020Glasgow Clan1Sheffield Steelers5
22.01.2020Cardiff Devils5Nottingham Panthers5
Semi-FinalsLeg 2
29.01.2020Sheffield Steelers4 [9]Glasgow Clan0 [1]
29.01.2020Nottingham Panthers3 [8]Cardiff Devils4 [9]
Final
08.03.2020Sheffield Steelers4Cardiff Devils3
Elite Ice Hockey League Challenge Cup Knockout Stage Results 2019-20 [Reference: 5-9]

Group Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Group A
31.08.2019Glasgow Clan3Dundee Stars6
01.09.2019Dundee Stars7Glasgow Clan2
07.09.2019Fife Flyers2Glasgow Clan3
08.09.2019Dundee Stars0Fife Flyers2
14.09.2019Belfast Giants6Glasgow Clan1
21.09.2019Belfast Giants3Dundee Stars4
28.09.2019Belfast Giants7Fife Flyers2
29.09.2019Fife Flyers5Belfast Giants2
05.10.2019Glasgow Clan3Fife Flyers2
05.10.2019Dundee Stars4Belfast Giants3
06.10.2019Fife Flyers3Dundee Stars4
12.10.2019Glasgow Clan3Belfast Giants2 so
Group B
14.09.2019Cardiff Devils5Guildford Flames3
15.09.2019Guildford Flames6Coventry Blaze3
19.09.2019Guildford Flames3Cardiff Devils4 ot
22.09.2019Coventry Blaze5Cardiff Devils1
28.09.2019Cardiff Devils5Coventry Blaze1
05.10.2019Guildford Flames4Coventry Blaze2
06.10.2019Coventry Blaze3Cardiff Devils1
24.10.2019Coventry Blaze3Guildford Flames4 ot
26.10.2019Guildford Flames2Cardiff Devils1
27.10.2019Cardiff Devils3Guildford Flames4 so
30.10.2019Cardiff Devils5Coventry Blaze4 so
09.11.2019Coventry Blaze4Guildford Flames5 so
Group C
31.08.2019Sheffield Steelers8Nottingham Panthers4
01.09.2019Nottingham Panthers5Sheffield Steelers1
14.09.2019Sheffield Steelers3Manchester Storm1
21.09.2019Manchester Storm1Nottingham Panthers2
28.09.2019Manchester Storm5Sheffield Steelers2
05.10.2019Nottingham Panthers1Sheffield Steelers3
06.10.2019Sheffield Steelers4Nottingham Panthers3 so
18.10.2019Manchester Storm6Sheffield Steelers2
23.10.2019Nottingham Panthers3Manchester Storm4 ot
30.10.2019Sheffield Steelers8Manchester Storm2
02.11.2019Nottingham Panthers4Manchester Storm1
03.11.2019Manchester Storm1Nottingham Panthers3
Elite Ice Hockey League Challenge Cup Group Results 2019-20 [Reference: 3-6]

Report

Sheffield Steelers triumphed 4-3 against the Cardiff Devils in the 2019-20 Elite Ice Hockey League Challenge Cup Final on 8th March 2020. Belfast Giants were eliminated in the Quarter-Finals after losing 0-1 and 0-4 in the two legs against the eventual runners-up Cardiff Devils. The Belfast Giants had finished a disapointing third in their Group behind Dundee Stars and Glasgow Clan, with Fife Flyers coming fourth.

About the EIHL Challenge Cup

The Challenge Cup is the Elite Ice Hockey Leagues premier Cup Competition. It runs parallel to the Elite Ice Hockey League and is played in Group Stages in the early part of the season followed by Knockout Rounds in the second half of the year. Thee Elite Ice Hockey League is the Premier Ice Hockey League in the United Kingdom, with teams in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Attendances are in the region of 2,000 up to 8,000 average per team. It is Professional, playing by National Hockey League (North America) rules, and is aligned with that league as a fourth level, with most players of Canadian or American origin. Some British and Irish players play in the league also.

References

Images

[1] Elite Ice Hockey League (2019) EIHL Logo 2017 [Internet] Available from: https://eliteleague.co.uk/wp-content/themes/wp-eihl/assets/2x/logo-2017@2x.png [Accessed 19 August 2019]

Websites

[2] Elite Ice Hockey League (2019) Challenge Cup | Standings 2019-20 [Internet] Available from: https://www.eliteleague.co.uk/standings/2019/3-challenge-cup [Accessed 2 December 2020]

[3] Elite Ice Hockey League (2019) Gamecentre 2019-20 | Challenge Cup 2019-20 August [Internet] Available from: https://www.eliteleague.co.uk/schedule?id_season=3&id_team=0&id_month=8 [Accessed 30 September 2019]

[4] Elite Ice Hockey League (2019) Gamecentre 2019-20 | Challenge Cup 2019-20 September [Internet] Available from: https://www.eliteleague.co.uk/schedule?id_season=3&id_team=0&id_month=9 [Accessed 30 September 2019]

[5] Elite Ice Hockey League (2019) Gamecentre 2019-20 | Challenge Cup 2019-20 October [Internet] Available from: https://www.eliteleague.co.uk/schedule?id_season=3&id_team=0&id_month=10 [Accessed 2 December 2020]

[6] Elite Ice Hockey League (2019) Gamecentre 2019-20 | Challenge Cup 2019-20 November [Internet] Available from: https://www.eliteleague.co.uk/schedule?id_season=3&id_team=0&id_month=11 [Accessed 2 December 2020]

[6] Elite Ice Hockey League (2019) Gamecentre 2019-20 | Challenge Cup 2019-20 December [Internet] Available from: https://www.eliteleague.co.uk/schedule?id_season=3&id_team=0&id_month=12 [Accessed 2 December 2020]

[6] Elite Ice Hockey League (2019) Gamecentre 2019-20 | Challenge Cup 2019-20 January [Internet] Available from: https://www.eliteleague.co.uk/schedule?id_season=3&id_team=0&id_month=1 [Accessed 2 December 2020]

[6] Elite Ice Hockey League (2019) Gamecentre 2019-20 | Challenge Cup 2019-20 March [Internet] Available from: https://www.eliteleague.co.uk/schedule?id_season=3&id_team=0&id_month=3 [Accessed 2 December 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Lenka Mulligan and Niall McEvoy.

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Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team 1989-1993

Factfile

Scottish National League Team 1989-1993

Home Ice: Dundonald International Ice Bowl, Castlereagh, Northern Ireland.

Colours: Unknown.

All-Time Record: Total (Wins-Losses-Ties) 48-27-5; Regular Season: 48-26-4; Postseason: 0-1-1

Honours: Scottish Division 1 League Runners-Up 1990-91.

History: Irish Ice Hockey Team competing in the Scottish Division 1 from 1989 to 1993, one of the many to do so playing out of the Dundonald International Ice Bowl during the 1980s and 1990s. The Flames were the most successful of these teams, finishing in the top four on every occasion and once, in 1990-91, finishing Runners-Up.

Home Ice: Dundonald International Ice Bowl, Castlereagh, Northern Ireland

Year-by-Year Record

YearLeagueRS W-L-TPts / PosPS W-L-TChampOther W-L-TChamp
1989-90SD113-5-228 / 4th0-1-1None??-??-????
1990-91SD111-3-022 / 2nd0-0-0None??-??-????
1991-92SD112-8-024 / 3rd?-?-?None??-??-????
1992-93SD112-10-226 / 4th?-?-?None??-??-????

Bibliography

[1] Roberts, Stewart (1991). The Ice Hockey Annual 1990-91 pg. 145. Brighton.

[2] Roberts, Stewart (1992). The Ice Hockey Annual 1991-92 pg. 148. Brighton.

[3] Roberts, Stewart (1993). The Ice Hockey Annual 1992-93 pg. 147. Brighton.

[4] Roberts, Stewart (1994). The Ice Hockey Annual 1993-94 pg. 148. Brighton.

Acknowledgements

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Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 1991-92

Scottish National League 1990-91

PWLDGFGAPts
Livingston Kings2016311586333
Tayside Tigers2015411686231
Castlereagh Flames2012809611124
Glenrothes Jets2071308614414
Kilmarnock Jetsream Flyers20515010117710
Kirkcaldy Kestrels203170921446
Scottish National League Ice Hockey Division 1 Final Standings 1990-91 [Ref: 5]

Castlereagh Flames Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
1990Castlereagh FlamesWTayside TigersL
1990Castlereagh FlamesWKirkcaldy KestrelsL
13.10.1990Livingston Kings7Castlereagh Flames1
13.10.1990Livingston Kings4Castlereagh Flames1
20.10.1990Glenrothes JetsCastlereagh Flames
10.11.1990Castlereagh Flames13Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers1
10.11.1990Castlereagh Flames7Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers5
11.1990Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers3Castlereagh Flames6
12.01.1991Castlereagh Flames6Kirkcaldy Kestrels3
12.01.1991Castlereagh Flames11Kirkcaldy Kestrels6
Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 1990-91

Report

Castlereagh Flames, based in Dundonald Ice Bowl, Castlereagh, Northern Ireland, finished in third spot in the Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 in 1991-92, with Captain Kevin Griffin from Canada, Chinese signing Fu Cheng, Brian Servetnyk, as well as local heros Gary Irwin and Johnson Flemming playing a significant part of their attempt to retain the Division 1 title.

After winning their first two games of the season in Dundonald, against Tayside Tigers and Kilrkcaldy Kerstels, they then dropped their next two against eventual Champions Livingston Kings. Wins against Kirkcaldy Kestrels and Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers followed.

References

Sources

[1] Anon. (1991) “Flames back in Scotland” Belfast Telegraph. Thursday, October 17, 1991. pg. 41

[2] Anon. (1991) “Flames win 6-3 in Scotland” Belfast Telegraph. Wednesday, November 27, 1991. pg. 42

[3] Anon. (1991) “Flames prove hot stuff with double” Belfast Telegraph. Tuesday, November 12, 1991. pg. 20

[4] Anon. (1992) “Flames too hot to handle” Belfast Telegraph. Tuesday January 14, 1992. pg. 19

Bibliography

[5] Roberts, Stewart (1992). The Ice Hockey Annual 1991-92 pg. 148. Brighton.

Acknowledgements

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Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 1992-93

Final Standings

PWLDGFGAPts
Paisley Pirates23221036912044
Tayside Tigers24149117315629
Kirkcaldy Kestrels23149017915328
Castlereagh Flames241210215517026
Aviemore Blues241012215920122
Irvine Jetream Flyers24615315521515
Glenrothes Jets2412301022752
Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 1992-1993 [Ref: 5]

Castlereagh Flames Results

DateHome Team Away Team
21.02.1993Castlereagh Flames17Dumfries Vikings2
27.02.1993Tayside Tigers5Castlereagh Flames2
28.02.1993Irvine Jetstream Flyers1Castlereagh Flames5
21.03.1993Paisley Pirates8Castlereagh Flames12
Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 Castlereagh Flames Results 1992-1993 [Ref: 1-4]

Report

Castlereagh Flames, based in Dundonald Ice Bowl in Northern Ireland, finished in fourth place in the Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 in 1992-93, with a confidence-boosting 12-8 win over Champions Paisley Pirates in the final day of the season, which was the biggest upset of the year. The Paisley Pirates had won all 22 previous games in the League as they marched to the title.

References

Sources

[1] Anon. (1993) “Flames snuff out Vikings” Belfast Telegraph. Tuesday, February 23, 1993. pg. 41

[2] Anon. (1993) “Mixed fortunes for Flames” Belfast Telegraph. Tuesday, March 2, 1993. pg. 36

[3] Anon. (1993) “Hot Flames cool Pirates” Belfast Telegraph. Tuesday, March 23. 1993. pg. 22

[4] Anon. (1993) “Flames too hot to handle” Belfast Telegraph. Tuesday April 24, 1993. pg. 21

Bibliography

[5] Roberts, Stewart (1994). The Ice Hockey Annual 1993-94 pg. 148. Brighton..

Acknowledgements

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Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Roster & Match Reports 1991-92

Scottish National League 1991-92

PWLDGFGAPts
Livingston Kings2016311586333
Tayside Tigers2015411686231
Castlereagh Flames2012809611124
Glenrothes Jets2071308614414
Kilmarnock Jetsream Flyers20515010117710
Kirkcaldy Kestrels203170921446
Scottish National League Ice Hockey Division 1 Final Standings 1990-91 [Ref: 5]

Home Ice – Dundonald Ice Bowl, Castlereagh

Week 1

Castlereagh Flames won both their opening games of the Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 in Scotland in 1990, defeating both Dundee and Kirkcaldy.

P1P2P3Total
Castlereagh Flames W
DundeeL
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 1 at Dundee 1990-91 [Ref: 1]
P1P2P3Total
Castlereagh FlamesW
Kirkcaldy KestrelsL
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 1 at Kirkcaldy 1990-91 [Ref: 1]

Week 2 – 11-13 October 1990

Castlereagh Flames 1 Livingston Kings 7 – Castlereagh Flames lost their first home matches of the 1990-91 season, 7-1 and 4-1 to the Livingston Kings.

At Dundonald Ice BowlP1P2P3Total
Livingston Kings7
Castlereagh Flames1
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 2 v Livingston Kings 1990-91 [Ref: 1]
At Dundonald Ice BowlP1P2P3Total
Livingston Kings4
Castlereagh Flames1
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 2 v Livingston Kings 1990-91 [Ref: 1]

Week 3 – 18-20 October 1990

Castlereagh Flames’ fifth game of the season was against Glenrothes Jets, who were looking for revenge after losing to the Flames in the Spring Cup Final in 1989-90.

P1P2P3Total
Glenrothes Jets
Castlereagh Flames
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 2 v Glenrothes Jets 1990-91 [Ref: 1]

Week 4 – 8-10 November 1990

Castlereagh Flames 13 Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers 1 – In their two Matches against Kilmarnock in the second weekend of November 1990, the Castlereagh Flames triumphed 13-1 and 7-5. In the first Gary Irwin scored two in the first period, and Brian Servetnyk and Peter Campion added a hat-trick each.

At Dundonald Ice BowlP1P2P3Total
Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers1
Castlereagh Flames13
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 4 v Kilmarnock 1990-91 [Ref: 2]
TeamCastlereaghKilmarnock
ScorersGary Irwin (2)
Brian Servetnyk (3)
Peter Campion (3)
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 4 v Kilmarnock 1990-91 [Ref: 2]

Castlereag Flames 7 Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers 5 –In the second game of the weekend, Roberto Comsa scored his hat-trick on the penalty spot, winning the European P & O Ferries Man of the Match Award, as the Flames edged Kilmarnock in the Final Period.

At Dundonald Ice BowlP1P2P3Total
Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers5
Castlereagh Flames7
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 4 v Kilmarnock 1990-91 [Ref: 2]
TeamCastlereaghKilmarnock
ScorersRoberto Comsa (3)
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 4 v Kilmarnock 1990-91 [Ref: 2]

Week 5

Castlereagh Flames defeated Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers 6-3 in Scotland, thanks to two goals in each period. Flames captain Kevin Griffin opened the scoring in the first period, and the lead was extended to four in the second thanks to two from Dundonald man Simon Kitchen and another goal from Brian Servetnyk. Griffin added two in the Final Period to complete his hat-trick.

P1P2P3Total
Castlereagh Flames2226
Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers0033
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 2 v Lingston Kings 1990-91 [Ref: 1]
TeamCastlereaghKilmarnock
ScorersKevin Griffin (3)
Simon Kitchen (2)
Brian Servetnyk

Week 9 – 10-12 January 1991

Castlereagh Flames 6 Kirkcaldy Kestrels 3 – Castelreagh Flames won 6-3 in their first match against the visiting Kirkcaldy Kestrels. Kestrels controlled the match in the first two periods, but only lead 2-1 after the first, with Canadian Kevin Griffin scoring for the Flames. Castlereagh were still only 3-2 down at the end of the second thanks to fine goaltending from Darren Hanna, but then in the third period the Flames found rhythm, with Chinese signing Fu Cheng equalising, before Griffin and Jamie Brannigan scored on good indidual efforts and Brian Srvetnyyk finished off the scoring.

At Dundonald Ice BowlP1P2P3Total
Kirkcaldy Kestrels2103
Castlereagh Flames1146
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 9 v Kirkcaldy Kestrels 1990-91 [Ref: 4]
TeamCastlereaghKirkcaldy
ScorersKevin Griffin (2)
Fu Cheng
Jamie Brannigan
Brian Servetnyk
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 9 v Kirkcaldy Kestrels 1990-91 [Ref: 4]

Casthereagh Flames 11 Kirkcaldy Kestrels 6 – Local Heros Johnty Flemming and Gary Irwin netted two goals each as the Castlereagh Flames dominated in the second match of the weekend, winning 11-6 against the Kirkcaldy Kestrels. Goaltender Darren Hanna was voted European P & O Ferries Man of the Match.

At Dundonald Ice BowlP1P2P3Total
Kirkcaldy Kestrels6
Castereagh Flames11
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 9 v Kirkcaldy Kestrels 1990-91 [Ref: 4]
TeamCasthereaghKirkcaldy
ScorersJonson Flemming (2)
Gary Irwin (2)
Castlereagh Flames Irish Ice Hockey Team Results Week 9 v Kirkcaldy Kestrels 1990-91 [Ref: 4]

Castlereagh Flames Roster 1990-91

PlayerGoals
Darren Hanna (Goaltender)0
Kevin Griffin (Canada)(Captain)5
Brian Servetnyk5
Gary Irwin4
Peter Campion3
Roberto Comsa3
Johnty Flemming2
Simon Kitchen2
Fu Cheng (China)1
Jamie Brannigan1
Castlereagh Flames Roster 1990-91 [Ref: 1-4]

Report

Castlereagh Flames, based in Dundonald Ice Bowl, Castlereagh, Northern Ireland, finished in third spot in the Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 in 1990-91, with Captain Kevin Griffin from Canada, Chinese signing Fu Cheng, Brian Servetnyk, as well as local heros Gary Irwin and Johnson Flemming playing a significant part of their attempt to retain the Division 1 title.

References

Sources

[1] Anon. (1991) “Flames back in Scotland” Belfast Telegraph. Thursday, October 17, 1991. pg. 41

[2] Anon. (1991) “Flames win 6-3 in Scotland” Belfast Telegraph. Wednesday, November 27, 1991. pg. 42

[3] Anon. (1991) “Flames prove hot stuff with double” Belfast Telegraph. Tuesday, November 12, 1991. pg. 20

[4] Anon. (1992) “Flames too hot to handle” Belfast Telegraph. Tuesday January 14, 1992. pg. 19

Bibliography

[5] Roberts, Stewart (1992). The Ice Hockey Annual 1991-92 pg. 148. Brighton.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Johnty Flemming.

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