Victories on the Irish Sea
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.