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Gospel not returning to Tigers.

Young netminder Sam Gospel will not be returning to Telford Tigers next season. Gospel, 23, was a key part of the Tigers side that won the EPL twice over the last three years, following his arrival from Nottingham Lions in 2013. His performances for Telfo

Club statement: Tigers apply to play in NIHL.

Telford Tigers have made an application to play in the English National League (north) next season. The club’s application will be heard during a league meeting to be held on Sunday, May 14th, 2017. No further comment regarding the application will be m

Tigers Learn to Play returns.

Telford Tigers will relaunch the club’s popular Learn to Play scheme tomorrow evening – and places are still up for grabs. A revamp of the ice pad at Telford Ice Rink means students will be some of the first young players to skate out onto the new s

Adam Jones – Player profile.

At the start of the 2016/17 season, we sat down with Adam Jones and discussed his life in – and out – of ice hockey for our match night programme. This is what he had to say…  What has been the high point of your career so far? Coming here. It’s

Corey McEwen – player profile.

At the start of the 2016/17 season, we sat down with Corey McEwen and discussed his life in – and out – of ice hockey for our match night programme. This is what he had to say…  1) What has been your high point in playing ice hockey? Fo

Simon’s trip from Barons to Tigers.

Reproduced from a series of programme articles, where Telford Tigers fans tell how they became a supporter of the club they now love. This week, Simon Walters – he DID go to Belfast, New York, Basingstoke, Hull, etc, this season… Back in 1981

Watkins tells of “amazing” gold success.

Telford Tigers coach Tom Watkins has described the “amazing experience” of winning a gold medal with Great Britain at the World Championships. Watkins was assistant to coach Pete Russell at the tournament in Belfast, which saw GB win promotion to Divi

GB seal promotion with historic win.

Great Britain secured promotion to the World Championship Division 1 Group A with a 4-0 victory over Japan in the SSE Arena in Belfast. Matthew Myers scored twice as GB, who will  play in the second tier of the World Championship structure next year, sec