Monthly Archives: September 2016

Giants find a way to collect another three points in the Challenge Cup Race

Giants find a way to lift a future three point in Challenge Cup  Giants started the Challenge Cup match against Dundee Stars with three-man advantage on the bench. More important was the fact that Jackson Whistle was dressed and playing … Continue reading

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Braces from Michael Forney and Blair Riley help Giants to another 4 point weekend

Twin Cup victories thanks to Forney and Riley’s braces…  The Edinburgh Capitals had a slow start in the Challenge Cup falling behind to two scored by the Giants’ sharp shooter Michael Forney. However the Scottish team made amends late in … Continue reading

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A four point weekend at the start of the season will do nicely!

  At the SSE Arena, Belfast in Saturday night’s game, the in a tension filled opening period where the Stena Line Belfast Giants had the edge by a large margin. This was thanks to Fife’s Craig Douglas between the pipes … Continue reading

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Giants finally get the help they so sorely need in Quesnele

Michael Quesnele will certainly aid the Giants Blueline for the coming season After losing the Giants opening Challenge Cup game to the Fife Flyers 5-2 and the majority of the preseason games both Steve Thornton and Derrick Walser now know … Continue reading

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Rutherford’s brace could not stop the 5-2 deafeat to Fife

Rutherford brace not enough to defeat Fife losing 2-5 The Stena Line Belfast Giants avoided their bump start to open the season against Fife in the Challenge Cup opener in the Fife Ice Arena on Saturday evening with a 5-2 … Continue reading

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