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Mosey is our modern day Monteith

Comparisons really don’t come any higher.

Chase Schaber is enjoying the bond between Flyers players this season. Pic: Steve Gunn

Schaber hails ‘big difference’ in Flyers team togetherness

Chase Schaber believes Fife Flyers are heading in the right direction after revealing that the dressing room camaraderie has improved from last season.

MK Lightning have made a great start to life in the EIHL (Pic: Tony Sargent)

EIHL: New kids on the block call the shots

They may be EIHL newcomers, but Guildford Flames and MK Lightning are refusing to stick to the traditional script.

Fife Flyers v Braehead Clan, Chase Schaber goal (Pic: Martin Watterston)

Flyers cruise to easy win over Clan

Two games head to head between Fife Flyers and Braehead Clan, and the stats paint a striking picture.

Brendan Brooks with Fife Flyers last season (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Brooks relishes return to Fife

Brendan Brooks is preparing himself for a hot reception as he returns to Kirkcaldy for the first time since leaving Fife Flyers.

Fife Flyers' new US import, Jim Jorgensen (picture by Steve Gunn)

Great to be back in the UK

Experienced defenceman Jim Jorgensen is relishing his return to the EIHL – and confident of making a contribution for Fife Flyers.

Action from the Flyers' match with Guildford Flames oin Sunday (picture by Steve Gunn).

We could be capable of winning every evening

Fife Flyers coach Tod Dutiaume believes the Kirkclady squad could be good enough, with the right encouragment, to win every weekend.

Plenty to celebrate in the EIHL this weekend (Pic: Steve Gunn)

EIHL: Eyecatching wins and losses

Full houses, a rout in Renfrew, a broken down bus, and more results to raise eyebrows. Welcome to another weekend of EIHL hockey.

Fife Flyers v Guildford Flames

Flyers beaten as old rivals Guildfords return

Fife Flyers’ hopes of a four-point weekend were thwarted by smart thinking Guildford Flames tonight.

Evan Bloodoff (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Flyers on fire as they hit Clan for seven

Fife Flyers savoured a stunning 7-1 win over rivals Braehead Clan to silence a capacity crowd in Renfrew last night.

Jim Jorgensen will make his Fife Flyers debut against Braehead Clan this weekend. Pic: Scott Wiggins

Flyers ready to face Clan with full roster

Fife Flyers will head to Braehead Arena this Saturday with a spring in their step after adding a new import defenceman to their roster.

Fife Flyers v Guildford Flames, 1998, Mark Morrison, and netminder Jamie Organ (Pic: Peter Jones)

Flyers, Flames renew an old rivalry

For almost a decade, Fife Flyers and Guildford Flames were great rivals competing for titles and silverware, and setting the bar across the sport’s BNL era.

Evan Bloodoff in action for Fife Flyers. Pic: Steve Gunn

Bloodoff rediscovers the hockey bug in Fife

Evan Bloodoff has credited Fife Flyers with restoring his love for ice hockey after admitting that he considered quitting the sport in the summer.

Jim Jorgensen, signed for Fife Flyers (Pic: Scott Wiggins)

Flyers add Jorgensen to complete import line-up

Fife Flyers will ice new import Jim Jorgensen this weekend.

Comfortable win seals perfect birthday for Fife Flyers

Comfortable win seals perfect birthday for Fife Flyers

Seventy-nine candles on the cake, and four points in the bag – pretty much the perfect birthday for Fife Flyers.

Fife Flyers archive - players Verne Gregor, Pep Young, Andy Napier and Joe McIntosh

Launching Fife Flyers in the shadow of world war

It’s incredible to think Fife Flyers were launched just months before the world went to war.

Fife Flyers programme from 60th anniversary season, 1998

Fife Flyers: Still going strong at 79

Since launching on October 1, 1938, Fife Flyers have played a pivotal role in the development of the sport.

Flyers celebrate a Chase Schaber goal against Dundee. Pic: Fife Flyers

Flyers always a step ahead in win over Stars

Fife Flyers 5 Dundee Stars 1

Flyers celebrate Danick Gauthiers opener against Blaze. Pic: Fife Flyers

Flyers stuck in recruitment waiting game as injuries start to heal

Fife Flyers are no nearer to signing their final import defenceman, but the team could be strengthened with the return of three players from injury this weekend.

Fife Flyers netminder Andy Iles (centre) with grandparents George and Kay.

Fife netminder reveals family inspiration behind Coventry shut-out

Fife Flyers netminder Andy Iles revealed that his grandparents were the inspiration behind his shut-out performance in the 2-0 win over Coventry Blaze on Saturday.

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