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Steve King Brian Parker Craig Shostak Kelly Hughes

General manager Todd Kelman

Head coach Andrew Lord

Captain Jake Morrisette

Affiliates Cardiff
Cardiff
Fire

Championships

Regular season titles 1989–90, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1996–97, 2016-17, 2017-18

Autumn Cups 1993–94

Challenge Cups 2005–06, 2014–15, 2016-17

Playoff championships 1989–90, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1998–99,

The Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils are a Welsh ice hockey team who play in the British Elite Ice Hockey League. The team currently plays out of the Ice Arena Wales
Wales
in Cardiff
Cardiff
Bay. The team moved from the Cardiff
Cardiff
Arena (also known as the Big Blue Tent) in March 2016 after playing their last game in the arena on 27 February against the Coventry
Coventry
Blaze. The Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils opened the Ice Arena Wales
Ice Arena Wales
with a double home header fixture on 12 and 13 March against the Belfast Giants. They won both games, 5-2 and 4-3(OT) respectively. The Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils are the reigning champions of the Elite Ice Hockey League, winning the 2016/17 season on 12 March 2017 with a 6-2 Away win against the Sheffield Steelers. They have also sealed consecutive EIHL league championships in the 2017/18 season for a back to back champions tile away against Belfast Giants. Just 1 week after a challenge cup defeat to Belfast on their home ice, Cardiff
Cardiff
one the league title on Belfast fast ice winning 3-2 in the third period with a great Hotham Goal in the last 20 seconds whilst on the power play. Cardiff
Cardiff
wins in 2017/18 season include the EIHL League Champions, The Ernhardt Champions and Aladdin Cup Winners.

Contents

1 History

1.1 1986–87 1.2 1987–88 1.3 1988–89 1.4 1989–90 1.5 1990–91 1.6 1997 – 07/08 1.7 2008/09 Season 1.8 2009/10 Season 1.9 2010/2011 season

2 Team roster 2017–18 3 Retired numbers 4 Honours and awards 5 References 6 External links

History[edit] Founded in 1986, the club became the dominant force in the sport in the late 1980s and early 1990s, winning a total of 7 league titles. The Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils were formed during the summer of 1986 when Sports Nationwide built the Wales National Ice Rink
Wales National Ice Rink
in the centre of Cardiff. John Lawless, a 25-year-old Canadian, was given the responsibility of setting up a brand new team, having been a trainee assistant manager at Peterborough who were owned by the same company. 1986–87[edit] The club entered the British Ice Hockey League Structure at the bottom in Division 2 (Midland Section) at a time when each team was only allowed a maximum of three import players. With Lawless deciding to play himself, he brought over fellow Canadians Perry Olivier and Bill Taylor to join him on the roster, with the remaining places going to British players, one of whom, Paul Morganti, a student at Cardiff University, had been raised in Canada
Canada
and had significant high school hockey experience. With the WNIR not ready for the start of the season, the team played several games away from home to begin with. The Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils' first ever game was a Challenge match away to the Oxford City Stars
Oxford City Stars
on 12 October 1986. Despite Oxford playing in the division above, the Devils won the game 9–8. Cardiff
Cardiff
finally got to play their first ever game at the WNIR on 30 November 1986 where a crowd of 2500 saw their new heroes humiliate Ashfield Islanders 32–0. Devils finished the league season unbeaten with 13 wins and 1 draw from 14 games to finish top of Division 2 (Midlands), 2 points clear of Welsh rivals Deeside Dragons. Promotion to Division 1 though was dependent on them winning the Division 1 Play-off Champions, which the club hosted at the WNIR. Their semi-final against Northern winners Grimsby Buffaloes was surrounded in controversy when the game was abandoned after a 34-player bench clearance with Cardiff
Cardiff
leading 10–4. The BIHA officials though ruled that it had been provoked by the English side and hence the score should stand as a final result. In the other semi-final Scottish League Champions Aviemore Blackhawks beat Southern Winners Streatham Bruins(13–4) to set up an all Celtic final the following day. Unfortunately for the Devils, despite a final period comeback after being 4 goals behind, Aviemore were able to hang on for a 10–9 win and promotion to Division 1 at the expense of Cardiff. But in a strange twist of fate the result proved to be irrelevant. The BIHA decided the league structure needed re-organising, and as a result the Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils were moved into Division 1 (South) for the following season. 1987–88[edit] Following promotion to Division 1 (South) and a new Sponsorship deal, Lawless was able to strengthen his team. Key signings included netminder Jeff Smith, coach Brian Kanewischer and Canadian defenceman Shannon Hope as a replacement for Bill Taylor who was injured midway through the previous season. The season proved to be successful with the Devils winning the Autumn Trophy in November with an 11–10 aggregrate win over the Trafford Metros. In the league the side finished a very respectable 3rd place, although 10 points behind winners Telford Tigers. The two teams had created a fierce rivalry during the season due to several controversial and violent games. During a game on 16 January in Telford, the Devils players were subjected to constant sticking offences resulted in Shannon Hope receiving a serious injury just below his eye. With the referee not calling any penalty, coach Kanewischer took his team off the ice in protest midway through the 2nd period. After a league investigation Cardiff
Cardiff
were eventually fined £1000 for their actions and Kanewisher banned for the rest of the season. 1988–89[edit] Lawless and Cardiff
Cardiff
shocked the whole of British Ice Hockey by signing 3 of the top players from the Premier Division over the summer. Canadian import Steve Moria was signed from the Fife Flyers, and then the Cooper brothers Ian and Steve joined from Heineken Champions Durham Wasps. It was the first time top British players were being offered good money to sign for other clubs and it led to claims that Cardiff
Cardiff
and their "Cheque Book Hockey" would ruin the game. The signings were crucial as the Devils finished first 1st in Division 1, just a single point ahead of Medway Bears. They also retained the Autumn Trophy they had won the previous season, beating Medway 15–8 on aggregate. To gain promotion though they had to beat the Premier Division's bottom club – the Streatham Redskins. Cardiff
Cardiff
destroyed their Premier Division rivals 12–1 in the first leg, and a 9–5 victory in Streatham the following weekend secured an easy aggregrate victory and a place in the Heineken Premier Division for the following season. 1989–90[edit] With the Devils finally reaching the promised land of the Premier Division, John Lawless was able to strengthen his team with the addition of an extra import now that he himself had received his British Passport. Paul Castron was signed but pulled out just before the start of the season, but fortunately for the club Doug McEwen had been released by Peterborough at the same time and so signed for the Devils instead. Victory in the pre-season Trafford Tournament gave an indication of the success to come, although the Devils did get knocked out of the Autumn Cup at the semi-final stage to Durham Wasps. In the league though they were unbeaten until December, by which time they had built up a healthy lead at the top of the table. A 14–7 victory at home to the Peterborough Pirate on 4 March 1990 clinched their first ever Premier Division League title. Unbeaten in the Playoffs Qualifying group, the Devils travelled to Wembley where they beat Fife Flyers 5–1 in the semi-final. In the final they faced the Murrayfield Racers who quickly went 3–0 up. Cardiff
Cardiff
fought back though and a Steven Cooper goal 95 seconds from the end tied the game at 6–6 and sent the game into Overtime and then a Penalty Shootout. After Doug McEwen had scored the 23rd shot, Jeff Smith saved Tony Hand's attempt and the Devils had won the Playoff Championship in one of the greatest Finals of all time, live on BBC Grandstand. 1990–91[edit] After the previous years success, the British players were in great demand. Ian and Stephen Cooper both returned to Durham, whilst Brian Dickson and Robbie Morris also left. In came Derek King (Fife Flyers), Neil Browne (Slough Jets), Paul Heavey and Peter Smith (both Peterborough Pirates). Despite a record breaking Europa Cup tournament which included an 11–8 victory over Rodovre and a 3rd placed group finish, the team struggled for consistency domestically. Knocked out once again at the semi-final stage of the Autumn Cup by Durham Wasps, they finished second to the Wasps in the league and were knocked out in the Playoff Semi-finals by Peterborough Pirates as Durham completed the Grand Slam.

1997 – 07/08[edit] In 1997 the club won the Superleague championship. Hardship followed and the club was declared bankrupt in 2001 but a new team was soon formed which competed in the British National League. The new owners massively reduced spending and effectively disbanded the old Cardiff Devils, with the entire Superleague team departing. The then-owner, Bob Phillips was the subject of much scorn amongst fans due to the perceived mismanagement and effective destruction of what was then one of Britain's most established and stable teams. The new team was formed from a handful of quickly drafted players, as well scavenging the Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils youth teams to make up the numbers under the lower budget. Attendances at games dropped heavily, going from full arenas to typically less than fifty. During the first two seasons under Phillips, large protests and demonstrations were commonplace outside games, with initially hundreds of supporters club members appearing outside the arena. While eventually the supporters club would reconcile with Bob Phillips and some of the old players would make goodwill appearances, the team's best years were clearly behind them. In 2003, the Devils became founder members of the Elite League, finishing the first season in 5th place. They were semi finalists in the end of season playoffs, losing to champions Sheffield Steelers. During the 2004–05 NHL
NHL
lock-out, Rob Davison
Rob Davison
of the San Jose Sharks played for the Devils. The 2004–5 season did not finish well for the Devils. As in the 03–04 season, they reached the playoff semi-finals, but were once again defeated, this time by the Nottingham Panthers. During 2005, serious questions over the future of the Devils began to emerge. The Wales National Ice Rink
Wales National Ice Rink
was due for demolition in 2006 to make way for a John Lewis store and plans for a new ice arena at Sophia Gardens were progressing at an extremely slow pace. There was a very real threat that 2005–06 could have been the last season of the Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils. The Save Our Rink Action Committee (SORAC) formed to lead calls from the city's ice hockey clubs and fans for a temporary facility to be constructed while a more permanent building was finally built. SORAC successfully campaigned for a temporary rink in the Cardiff
Cardiff
Bay area of the city. Planning permission was given in January 2006 and the structure was expected to be completed in time for the 2006–07 ice hockey season. However this proved not to be the case, with construction problems delaying the opening of the Cardiff
Cardiff
Arena until December 2006. The Devils won their first silverware of the EIHL era in 2006. The Devils faced arch rivals Coventry Blaze
Coventry Blaze
in a repeat of the previous year's Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
final but were beaten 3–0 in the first leg of the final in Coventry. The Devils however managed an incredible turn around in the second leg, defeating the Blaze 4–1 to tie the game on aggregate and won the cup 1–0 in the following penalty shoot-out. "Man of the Match" Nathan Rempel scored a memorable hat-trick, whilst Rejean Stringer scored the winning goal in the penalty shoot-out. In January 2007 player-coach Ed Patterson was released by the Devils in a cost-cutting move. [1] Patterson was replaced as player / coach by Gerad Adams, with Brad Voth taking over from Adams as captain. After several games during which injured players carried out the duties of bench coach, former Devils player Brent Pope was appointed to the position. Despite off-ice difficulties throughout the 2006–07 season, the Devils finished 3rd in the league. The Devils also won the British Knockout Cup, beating rivals Coventry Blaze
Coventry Blaze
3–0 at Coventry's Skydome. A cup double was snatched from the Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils' grasp when they lost 1–0 on penalties to the Nottingham Panthers
Nottingham Panthers
in the 2006–07 Playoff Final, after the game finished 1–1 after overtime. The 2007–08 season saw the Devils finish the league in 6th place. After a string of losses at the beginning of the season, they rose to an unbeaten run of games which propelled them to the top of the Elite League. However this was soon ended as a huge injury crisis hit the club leading to many of the first team having to watch from the sidelines. The Devils managed to qualify for the playoff weekend by beating the Nottingham Panthers
Nottingham Panthers
at the Trent FM Arena, and holding them to a 3–3 draw the following evening. The Devils were defeated at the playoff weekend by the eventual winners, the Sheffield Steelers, going down 2–1. The loss capped a disappointing season. 2008/09 Season[edit] The Devils season was mixed. The team struggled again with injuries and suspensions – notably the highly controversial 11 game suspension of club captain Brad Voth (which was cut to 7 on review). Two summer signings, defenceman Likit Andersson and forward Rod Hinks, were cut from the squad due to injury and performance respectively. Returning defenceman Tyson Teplitsky filled the gap left by Andersson and contributed greatly in points. Canadian Marc Fulton was drafted in to replace Hinks, however after a promising start, was sidelined by injury and did not play for the club again. Joining Fulton on the injury list were centre Lee Cowmeadow and then top scorer Mike Prpich. On 26 January 2009, the Devils announced the signing of Matt Elich, a former NHL
NHL
player with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Elich, brought in to replace the injured Derek Campbell, scored 1+1 in his debut game and continued to contribute points consistently. The Devils, although eliminated from the Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
got through to the British Knockout Cup final, a trophy won during the 06–07 season, after demolishing a dwindling Basingstoke Bison
Basingstoke Bison
squad 17–1 over two legs [8–0, 9–1]. They faced and eventually lost out to the Belfast Giants Devils captain Brad Voth was given the honour of being named captain for the South team for the 'All-Star Spectacular'. The Devils scraped through to the playoff semi-finals in Nottingham after beating the Belfast Giants
Belfast Giants
with an overtime goal in the Cardiff Arena from Captain Brad Voth, ending the series 6–5. The Devils then lost to the Sheffield Steelers
Sheffield Steelers
5–2 in the Playoff semi-finals. Sheffield went on to win the playoffs, defeating the Nottingham Panthers
Nottingham Panthers
by 2–0 in the final, completing their league and playoff double. 2009/10 Season[edit] The Devils started their season fairly well with big imports such as Mark Smith and Max Birbraer returning and newly signed forward Tylor Michel becoming a fan favourite quickly. The Devils buried their Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
voodoo from the new arena and progressed to the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
for the first time in 3 years by beating the Coventry Blaze
Coventry Blaze
3–2 on 28 October 2009 On 7 December 2009 it was announced that forward Ryan Finnerty, formerly of the rival Sheffield Steelers
Sheffield Steelers
had signed for Cardiff. Shortly afterward, import defenceman Scott Romfo was released, with coach Gerad Adams citing salary costs as the main reason. This move left many fans feeling disappointed, due to Scott's impressive performance over the preceding weeks. Romfo surprisingly returned to the club on 12 January 2010, following the announcement that he was being resigned to the team to provide injury cover.

Cardiff
Cardiff
Arena prior to the 2010 Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
Final first leg.

On 16 February 2010, leader Brad Voth was relieved of the captaincy, after over 3 years, by head coach Gerad Adams. The reason being that Coach Adams felt Voth was being unfairly targeted by officials because of the image he had built up over the years as a hard-hitting enforcer, and that by releasing him of his duties, he could re-focus on his game. Also, if Voth had been ejected from one more game as captain, he would face a lengthy ban. Therefore, by relinquishing the armband he could carry on playing the enforcer role. British Defenceman Mark Richardson was named new team captain in his place. On 9 March 2010, the Devils lost 8–7 on aggregate in the final of the Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
to the Nottingham Panthers. The Devils in fact won the game 5–4 on the night but it was not enough to overturn the 4–2 loss suffered in the 1st leg in Cardiff
Cardiff
the previous week. The Devils defeated the reigning Playoff champions the Sheffield Steelers in the quarter-final match up over two nights. The first leg in Cardiff
Cardiff
saw the Devils win 4–2. The following night in Sheffield saw the Devils win again 5–3, ending the series with an aggregate score of 9–5. On 3 April, the Devils defeated the newly crowned league champions Coventry Blaze
Coventry Blaze
in the playoff semi-final in Nottingham by 6 goals to 3 to advance to the final. Meanwhile, on the same day, the Belfast Giants
Belfast Giants
defeated the Nottingham Panthers
Nottingham Panthers
after a penalty shootout to also advance. The final was played in Nottingham on 4 April. Belfast and Cardiff
Cardiff
were tied 2–2 after regulation time. A scoreless OT period meant the final would go to a penalty shootout. Evan Cheverie for the Belfast Giants
Belfast Giants
shot past Stevie Lyle in the second round of penalties and won the playoff title for Belfast. 2010/2011 season[edit] The Devils embarked on the season with an average start, with critics citing an underperforming defence. With enforcer Justin Sawyer leaving the club for personal reasons in October 2010, and with iconic power forward Brad Voth out with a hand injury, things were looking bleak. On 1 November, the club announced the signing of Sawyer's replacement, ex- NHL
NHL
defenceman Craig Weller. With Weller on board and Voth back in the line-up, the club embarked on a record breaking winning streak, which ended after a penalty shootout loss in Dundee on 16 January. The club did not lose a game between 28 October 2010 and 16 January 2011. On 9 January, the Devils went to the top of the Elite Ice Hockey League table with a 7–1 home win over Dundee Stars. The victory also saw first line winger Jon Pelle beat the league record for goals in a season (35), previously held by former Devils player Mike Prpich. As of 15 January 2011, the club now hold the UK record for games unbeaten in all competitions (22) and most consecutive league games unbeaten (21). The Devils management have had discussions with the IIHF and Guinness World Records
Guinness World Records
who have verified that this is in fact a World Record. Team roster 2017–18[edit]

Two-way players with Cardiff
Cardiff
Fire of the NIHL and Swindon
Swindon
Wildcats[1]

Goaltenders

No. Nat. Player Pos. Catches Acquired Place of birth Joined from

33

Ben Bowns G L 2014 Rotherham, England Hull Stingrays, EIHL

30

Thomas Murdy G L 2016 Whitley Bay, England Telford Tigers, EPIHL

Defencemen

No. Nat. Player Pos. Shoots Acquired Place of birth Joined from

20

Gleason Fournier D L 2016 Rimouski, Quebec, Canada Alaska Aces, ECHL

17

Mark Richardson A D R 2012 Swindon, England Arlan Kokshetau, Kazakhstan Hockey Championship

24

Andrew Hotham D L 2014 Barrie, Ontario, Canada Düsseldorfer EG, DEL

41

Josh Batch D L 2011 Chelmsford, England Bay State Breakers, USPHL

4

Mark Louis D R 2016 Ponoka, Alberta, Canada Orlando Solar Bears, ECHL

29

Craig Moore D/F R 2017 Kirkcaldy, Scotland Dundee Stars, EIHL

6

Drew Paris D R 2017 Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada Dornbirner EC, EBEL

91

Bryce Reddick D R 2017 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Aalborg Pirates, Metal Ligaen

25

Tyson Strachan D R 2017 Melfort, Saskatchewan, Canada Rochester Americans, AHL

52

Callum Buglass D L 2017 Cardiff, Wales Cardiff
Cardiff
Fire, NIHL

Forwards

No. Nat. Player Pos Shoots Acquired Place of birth Joined from

18

Layne Ulmer A C L 2016 North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada HC Asiago, Serie A

8

Matthew Myers A C R 2016 Cardiff, Wales Nottingham Panthers, EIHL

23

Patrick Asselin LW L 2016 Peterborough, Ontario, Canada SønderjyskE, Metal Ligaen

21

Luke Piggott C/RW R 2011 Calgary, Alberta, Canada Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils (NIHL), NIHL

27

Joey Haddad LW L 2014 Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada Atlanta Gladiators, ECHL

85

Sean Bentivoglio LW L 2016 Thorold, Ontario, Canada HC Asiago, Serie A

47

Jake Morrisette C C/RW R 2013 Fruitvale, British Columbia
Fruitvale, British Columbia
Canada SC Riessersee, DEL2

71

Andrew Lord C/RW R 2013 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada SC Riessersee, DEL2

88

Joey Martin A C L 2014 Thorold, Ontario, Canada Bridgeport Sound Tigers, AHL

81

Justin Faryna RW R 2017 Calgary, Alberta, Canada Dundee Stars, EIHL

42

Matt Pope C/RW R 2017 Langley, British Columbia, Canada Tohoku Free Blades, ALIH

80

Paul Crowder C R 2017 Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Free Agent

37

Toms Rutkis C/LW L 2017 Riga, Latvia Swindon
Swindon
Wildcats, EPIHL

Source:[2]

Retired numbers[edit]

7 Doug McEwen 9 John Lawless 10 Jason Stone 14 Brian Dickson 19 Steve Moria 26 Brad Voth 35 Shannon Hope

Honours and awards[edit] Further information: List of Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils seasons League Championships

1989–90, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1996–97, 2016–17

Play-off Championships

1989–90, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1998–99

Autumn Cups

1993–94

Challenge Cups

2005–06, 2014–15, 2016–17

British Knockout Cups

2006–07

First Team All-Stars

1996–97: Stevie Lyle, Kip Noble, Ivan Matulik, Vezio Sacratini 1998–99: Kip Noble 2004–05: Vezio Sacratini 2006–07: Mark Smith 2009–10: Wes Jarvis 2012–13: Mac Faulkner

Second Team All-Stars

1997–98: Kip Noble, Steve Thornton 1998–99: Ivan Matulik 1999–2000: Steve Thornton 2000–01: Steve Thornton 2003–04: Jeff Burgoyne 2004–05: Jon Cullen 2006–07: Tyson Teplitsky 2013–14: Mac Faulkner 2013–14: Tyson Marsh

References[edit]

^ http://www.cardiffdevils.com/news/devils-confirm-fire-affiliation-and-two-way-players/ ^ " Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils 2014-15 Regular Season". eliteleague.co.uk. Elite Ice Hockey League. Retrieved 24 April 2015. [permanent dead link]

External links[edit]

Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils official web site CDRA – The Official Supporters' Club Cardiff
Cardiff
Junior Hockey official web site The Inferno – Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils Fan Community

Preceded by Durham Wasps Premier League Champions 1989–90 Succeeded by Durham Wasps

Preceded by Nottingham Panthers Playoff Champions 1989–90 Succeeded by Durham Wasps

Preceded by Nottingham Panthers Autumn Cup Winners 1992–93 Succeeded by Murrayfield Racers

Preceded by Durham Wasps Premier League Champions 1992–93, 1993–94 Succeeded by Sheffield Steelers

Preceded by Durham Wasps Playoff Champions 1992–93, 1993–94 Succeeded by Sheffield Steelers

Preceded by Inaugural Champions Superleague Champions 1996–97 Succeeded by Ayr Scottish Eagles

Preceded by Ayr Scottish Eagles Playoff Champions 1998–99 Succeeded by London Knights

Preceded by Nottingham Panthers Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
Winners 2014–15 Succeeded by TBC

Preceded by Sheffield Steelers Knockout Cup Winners 2006–07 Succeeded by Coventry
Coventry
Blaze

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Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils seasons

1986–87 2014–15 2015–16

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Ice hockey
Ice hockey
in the United Kingdom

Elite League

Belfast Giants Braehead Clan Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils Coventry
Coventry
Blaze Dundee Stars Edinburgh Capitals Fife Flyers Guildford Flames Manchester Storm Milton Keynes Lightning Nottingham Panthers Sheffield Steelers

National Ice Hockey League

North Division 1:

Billingham Stars Blackburn Hawks Deeside Dragons Hull Pirates Nottingham Lions Sheffield Steeldogs Solihull Barons Solway Sharks Telford Tigers Whitley Warriors

South Division 1:

Basingstoke Bison Bracknell Bees Cardiff
Cardiff
Fire Invicta Dynamos London Raiders Milton Keynes Thunder Peterborough Phantoms Streatham Redhawks Swindon
Swindon
Wildcats

North Division 2:

Altrincham Aces Blackburn Hawks
Blackburn Hawks
2 Bradford Bulldogs Coventry
Coventry
Blaze Deeside Dragons 2 Hull Jets Sheffield Senators Sutton Sting Telford Tigers
Telford Tigers
2 Widnes Wild

South Division 2:

Basingstoke Buffalo Bracknell Hornets Bristol Pitbulls Cardiff
Cardiff
Fire 2 Chelmsford
Chelmsford
Chieftains Haringey Huskies Invicta Mustangs Lee Valley Lions Oxford City Stars Peterborough Phantoms
Peterborough Phantoms
2 Slough Jets Solent Devils Swindon Wildcats 2

Scottish National League

Aberdeen Lynx Dundee Comets Dundee Tigers Edinburgh Capitals
Edinburgh Capitals
(SNL) Kilmarnock Storm Kirkcaldy
Kirkcaldy
Kestrels North Ayr Wild Paisley Pirates Solway Sharks

British University Teams

Anglia Ruskin Rangers Birmingham Eagles Bradford Sabres Bristol Lions Cambridge Blues Cardiff
Cardiff
Redhawks Durham Knights Edinburgh Eagles Huddersfield Ice Hawks Hull Ice Hogs Imperial College Devils Kent Knights Universities Of London Dragons Manchester Metros Newcastle Wildcats Northumbria Flames Nottingham Mavericks Oxford University Ice Hockey Club Sheffield Bears Southampton Spitfires St Andrews Typhoons Surrey Sharks UCL Yetis UEA Avalanche Warwick Panthers

Women's Premier League

Bracknell Queen Bees Guildford Lightning Kingston Diamonds A Milton Keynes Falcons Sheffield Shadows A Slough Phantoms Solihull Vixens Streatham Storm A Swindon
Swindon
TopCats A

Women's Ice Hockey League Division One

Basingstoke Bison
Basingstoke Bison
Ladies Billingham Wildcats Blackburn Thunder Bracknell Fire Bees Cardiff
Cardiff
Comets Chelmsford
Chelmsford
Cobras Coventry
Coventry
Phoenix Ivicta Dynamics Kingston Diamonds B Nottingham Vipers Oxford Stars Peterborough Penguins Sheffield Shadows B Solent and Gosport Amazons Streatham Storm B Telford Wrekin Raiders Whitley Squaws

Governing bodies

English Ice Hockey Association Ice Hockey UK Northern Ireland Ice Hockey Association Scottish Ice Hockey

Competitions

League Championship Playoff Championship Challenge Cup Knockout Cup Northern League Varsity Match

Player awards

Alan Weeks Trophy Best British Forward British Netminder of the Year Coach of the Year Trophy Ice Hockey Annual Trophy Player of the Year Trophy Vic Batchelder Memorial Award

Defunct leagues and competitions

British Ice Hockey Association Ahearne Cup Autumn Cup British Hockey League British National League (1954–1960) British National League (1996–2005) English League English League North English National League English Premier League Ice Hockey Superleague Inter-City League Northern League Scottish National League Scottish Premier Hockey League Southern League

Defunct teams

Ayr Bruins Ayr Scottish Eagles Brighton Tigers Castlereagh Knights Dundee Rockets Durham Wasps Earls Court Rangers Fylde Flyers Grimsby Red Wings Harringay Greyhounds Harringay Racers Hull Stingrays Hull Thunder Humberside Seahawks Lancashire Raptors London Canadians London Lions London Knights London Racers Manchester Phoenix Medway Bears Milton Keynes Kings Murrayfield Racers Newcastle Jesters Newcastle Vipers Niagara Ice Hockey Club Oxford Blades Peterborough Pirates Princes Ice Hockey Club Richmond Flyers Sheffield Lancers Sheffield Scimitars Southampton Vikings Sunderland Chiefs Swindon
Swindon
TopCats B TDC Northern Stars Telford Tigers
Telford Tigers
ENL Telford Titans Wembley Lions Wembley Monarchs Wightlink Raiders Wightlink Tigers Wightlink Buccaneers

Miscellaneous

Great Britain men's national ice hockey team Great Britain women's national ice hockey team British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame Ice Hockey Journalists UK IHSAUK

Related IIHF IIHF Continental Cup IIHF European Champions Cup

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Sport in Cardiff

Active sporting venues

Millennium Stadium Cardiff
Cardiff
Arms Park Sophia Gardens Cardiff
Cardiff
International Sports Stadium Cardiff
Cardiff
International Arena Cardiff
Cardiff
City Stadium National Indoor Athletics Centre Cardiff
Cardiff
International Pool Ice Arena Wales Maindy Stadium Sport Wales
Wales
National Centre Cardiff
Cardiff
Athletic Club Cardiff
Cardiff
International White Water Leisure centres in Cardiff

Defunct sporting venues

Ely Racecourse White City Stadium Cardiff
Cardiff
Athletics Stadium Cardiff
Cardiff
Arena National Stadium Ninian Park Wales
Wales
National Ice Rink

Sport teams

Caerau (football) Cardiff
Cardiff
Amateur Athletic Club Cardiff
Cardiff
Athletic Bowls Club Cardiff
Cardiff
Blues (rugby union) Cardiff
Cardiff
Celts (basketball) Cardiff
Cardiff
Corinthians (Welsh football league) Cardiff
Cardiff
Demons (rugby league) Cardiff
Cardiff
Devils (ice hockey) Cardiff
Cardiff
City Blue Dragons (rugby league) Cardiff
Cardiff
City F.C. (football) Cardiff
Cardiff
City F.C. (women's football) Cardiff
Cardiff
City Ladies F.C. (women's football) Cardiff
Cardiff
Cricket Club Cardiff
Cardiff
Bay Harlequins (football) Cardiff
Cardiff
& Met Hockey Club (field hockey) Cardiff
Cardiff
Metropolitan University F.C. (football) Cardiff
Cardiff
Metropolitan University (rugby union) Cardiff
Cardiff
Met. Ladies F.C. (women's football) Cardiff
Cardiff
Redhawks (ice hockey) Cardiff
Cardiff
Rugby Club Cardiff
Cardiff
Roller Collective (roller sports) Ely Rangers (football) Glamorgan County Cricket Club Glamorgan Wanderers (rugby union) Lisvane (CAC) Tennis Club Tiger Bay Brawlers
Tiger Bay Brawlers
(roller derby)

Sport events

Six Nations (rugby union) Heineken Cup
Heineken Cup
(rugby union) EDF Energy Cup (rugby union) The Ashes
The Ashes
(cricket) Cardiff
Cardiff
Half Marathon (running) Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain (motor racing) Wales
Wales
Rally GB (motor racing) Extreme Sailing Series 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games 1991 Rugby World Cup 1999 Rugby World Cup 2007 Rugby World Cup 2015 Rugby World Cup 2008 IRB Junior World Championship (rugby union) FA Cup finals, 2001–2006 (football) EFL Cup finals, 2001–2007 (football) FA Cup Semi-finals, 2005 (football) 2012 London Olympics 2014 UEFA Super Cup 2016 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships 2017 UEFA Women's Champions League Final 2017 UEFA Cham

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