Vic­to­ries on the Ir­ish Sea

Evening Telegraph (First Edition) - - Uk World Today -

Chris Lawrence, Pa­trick Lee and Marc-Oliver Mi­mar had barely set foot in the coun­try when they were pitched right into the ac­tion with­out any ice time with their new team-mates.

They have now had one full week of prac­tice and Pasha is con­fi­dent it will be a dif­fer­ent out­come when the teams meet on Sun­day.

One of the new ar­rivals, Chris Lawrence, added: ‘It was nice to get out there and stretch the legs af­ter not be­ing on the ice for al­most a month. I don’t pay much mind to pre-sea­son games but it’s been very nice to get to know my team-mates.

“I’m ex­cited for this year be­cause coach Pacha has signed good play­ers.

“How­ever, more im­por­tantly, they are good peo­ple and I am ex­cited to work with him and the rest of the team and to have some suc­cess.”

Stars wel­come back Emer­son Hrynyk af­ter ill­ness.

How­ever, they will be with­out Mal­colm Gould against Giants as he re­ceived a one-match ban fol­low­ing his match penalty last week­end. Gould will, how­ever, re­turn for the Fly­ers game on Sun­day.

Be­fore their trip to Dundee on Sun­day, Fife Fly­ers face Ed­in­burgh Cap­i­tals in Kirk­caldy to­mor­row (7.15pm). Fly­ers have ex­tended the con­tract of Char­lie Mosey un­til the sea­son’s end.

AT Dundee to­mor­row (7.30pm), Dundee Comets host Dundee Tigers.

Scot­tish Cup last week­end. How­ever, Stars have an op­por­tu­nity for revenge this Sun­day. Pic by Ian Coyle Pho­tog­ra­phy.

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