GB retain unbeaten run in Belfast.

Great Britain made it three wins from three as they beat Lithuania 5-2 to move level on nine points with Japan at the top of the World Championship Division 1 Group B table. Colin Shields moved to within two goals of Tony Hand’s modern-era total of

GB star with opening win.

Three third-period goals saw Great Britain open their IIHF World Championship Division 1 Group B account with a 4-2 victory over Croatia at the SSE Arena in Belfast. Evan Mosey scored his first international goal on his sixth appearance, while Robert Dowd

Tigers head for half a million on TV.

Telford Tigers were watched by over 400,000 people during their English Premier League title-winning campaign on terrestrial TV channel Made in Birmingham. A dedicated weekly show, called Icing Tonight, is broadcast on the channel, via Sky 117, Virgin Med

Telford Tigers – league statement.

Telford Tigers management have noted this week’s events, regarding the future of the Premier Ice Hockey League, or former EPL. As with other EPL clubs, we received an email from the EIHA earlier this week, advising us to apply to play in the NIHL next s

Watkins joy after GB beat Poland.

Tigers coach Tom Watkins is looking forward to next week’s World Championships with Great Britain after the national side beat Poland 5-4 in their final warm-up game on Saturday. Watkins, who is assistant to GB Head Coach Pete Russell, saw his side snat

Tigers fans hail squad’s achievements.

Fans have given their seal of approval to the Tigers players’ efforts over a gruelling campaign that saw them crowned English Premier League champions. The county men picked up their second EPL title in three years in March, before narrowly losing out i

Watkins: We’re ready for atmosphere.

Tigers coach Tom Watkins will urge his men to revel in the tag of “most disliked team” at this weekend’s play-off finals tournament in Coventry. Telford’s off-ice troubles almost saw them banned from the competition earlier this season, before a l

Tigers target title joy in Coventry.

Telford Tigers will be aiming for their second double success in three years when they take on Basingstoke Bison in the EPL play-off semi-finals tomorrow. The county men travel to the 3,000-seater Coventry Skydome having already won this season’s EPL ti