Categories Archives: Match Reports

NIHC Supports Anit-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week happens in schools across England each November. This year’s Anti-Bullying Week has the theme Change Starts With Us and is happening from Monday 11th November – Friday 15th November 2019. Nottingham Ice Hockey Club unde

Become a coach!

Our rapidly expanding membership is bringing a need to get more people involved in the coaching of ice hockey at our Club. Interested in becoming a qualified Ice Hockey Coach? The first step is an informal chat with our Head Coach, Paul Glossop and Develo


Since last year, the number of female players at Nottingham Ice Hockey Club has seen a rise of over 50%. Girls and ladies now account for more than 15% of the Club’s total membership. Membership Secretary, Chris Keal, explained “There is still work to

A Christmas Miracle….nearly!

A Christmas Miracle….nearly! Sunday 9th December 2018   Sutton U20s 4 Nottingham U20s 3   A host of fixture clashes resulted in a very young Nottingham U20s side travelling to high-flying Sutton, whose roster featured a glut of players alr

Life with the Lions: 11/11/18

The Lions travelled short staffed on Sunday with six senior players unavailable for the Whitley Warriors game. Missing captain Elliott Perrin, Marc Levers, Alan Levers, Paul Stanley, Ben Wood, and import Jakub Klima meant a real uphill battle against a Wa

U15’s 2 vs. Deeside

Saturday 10th of November saw the Ice Cats travel to Deeside for their third away trip of the season. With both teams having won all of their previous games, the Nottingham side were looking forward to this fixture and not sure what to expect from th

Life with the Lions

The Nottingham Lions provided stiff opposition for the Blackburn Hawks Sunday night 4/11 with the result hanging in the balance to the final hooter. The fourth and game winning goal appeared to come from a bad bounce off the boards that found it’s way t

And the winner is…… hockey.

Vipers ran out comfortable 11-2 victors in this game, but the real winner of the day was the sport itself. Both teams consistently ran four lines and gave valuable game experience to their full rosters.   Widnes have attracted many new faces since la