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Ice hockey’s new deal with broadcaster

Fife Flyers could be back on TV after the Elite League unveiled a new deal to broadcast highlights.

It's good to talk on the ice ... but comments post-game could now result in big fines (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Comment: Fines, froth and respect

In the end it comes down to one word. Respect.

Josh Scoon slots home Fife Flyers opener against Belfast Giants. Pic: Steve Gunn

Flyers dig deep for gutsy win over Belfast

Fife Flyers battled through adversity for a gutsy win over Belfast Giants.
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Fife Flyers fined as new social media rules come in

Fife Flyers have fallen foul of a new crackdown on social media criticism.

Kyle Haines celebrates his goal against Braehead on Saturday. Pic: Steve Gunn

Haines feeling at home after return to Fife Flyers

It took a month in France for Kyle Haines to realise that he had unfinished business at Fife Flyers.

Fife Flyers celebrate a goal against Braehead Clan on Saturday (Pic: Steven Gunn)

Dutiaume keen for positive shake-up at Fife Flyers

‘Changes are not out of the question’.

Fife Flyers celebrate a goal against Braehead Clan (Pic: Steven Gunn)

Comment: Fife Flyers - time for decisive changes

If Todd Dutiaume had £1 for every time he has been asked about changes to his team, he’d be able to draft in two new imports without so much as making a dent in the playing budgets.

Fife Flyers v Braehead Clan, Chase Schaber nets against Gary Russell (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Fife Flyers suffer a self-inflicted defeat

Fife Flyers shot themselves in the foot so often last night they ran out of toes to aim at rather than bullets. As defeats go, this was horribly self-inflicted.

Jay Rosehill (Braehead Clan) checks James Isaacs (Fife Flyers) in one of several flashpoints the last time the sides met in Kirkcaldy. Pic: Steve Gunn

Flyers ready to go to war against Braehead

Fife Flyers head coach Todd Dutiaume has told his players to be ready to go to war this weekend when they face bitter rivals Braehead Clan in Kirkcaldy.

Phil Paquet celebrates his rare double short-handed goal against Coventry Blaze on Saturday. Pic: Steve Gunn

Stitches and broken teeth but Paquet soldiers on for Flyers

Phil Paquet emerges from the Fife Flyers dressing room carrying the look of a man who has been in a car crash.

Manchester hit the net against Fife. Pic: Manchester Storm

Disappointing night as Flyers shut-out in Manchester

Flyers travelled to Manchester on Sunday hoping to increase their mini winning run to three games with a win over the Storm in a vital conference game.

Ric Jackman lies on the ice after the hit from Garrett Klotz took him out of the game (PIc: Steve Gunn)

Flyers win but switch off too early against Blaze

Fife Flyers made it three wins in a row over Coventry Blaze this season, but they switched off far too soon. Better opposition would have punished them.

Ric Jackman, Fife Flyers. Pic: Steve Gunn

Stanley Cup winner hoping for more silverware in Fife

Ric Jackman has won ice hockey’s biggest prize, but he insists that an Elite League championship with Fife Flyers would mean every bit as much.

Fife Flyers celebrate Ryan Dingle's empty netter. Fife Flyers 4 Edinburgh Capitals 2, November 12, 2016. Pic: Martin Watterston

Finances will dictate Fife Flyers next move

Fife Flyers head coach Todd Dutiaume is still hoping to make improvements to his squad but admits club finances will dictate his next move.

Brendan Brooks celebrates after firing Fife Flyers into the lead against Edinburgh Capitals on Saturday. Pic: Martin Watterston

Flyers need empty netter to see off stubborn Capitals

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Flyers celebrate Brendan Brooks opener against Cardiff on Sunday. Pic: Steve Gunn

Flyers keen to maintain momentum – but winning team not immune to changes

Fife Flyers head coach Todd Dutiaume has called on his players to keep their foot on the gas after three consecutive wins took the club to second spot in the Elite League.

Chase Schaber watches as his shots finds the back of the net against Cardiff Devils last Sunday. Pic: Martin Watterston

Thrill of the Chase as Schaber comes to life on Flyers third line

By his own admission, Chase Schaber got off to a ‘mediocre’ start at Fife Flyers.

Alan Craig, (Pic: Al Goold)

Q&A panel complete for Ice Guardians Scottish premiere

Ice hockey fans have been urged to add a splash of colour to the Scottish premiere of a film in Kirkcaldy later this month.

Fife Flyers v Cardiff Devils (PIc: Steve Gunn)

Flyers go second top with shut out of Devils

A fine 4-0 win over a tired Cardiff Devils saw Fife Flyers move into second position in the league on Sunday night.

Todd Dutiaume, head coach Fife Flyers. Pic: Steve Gunn

Hard line approach pays off for Fife Flyers coach

Fife Flyers head coach Todd Dutiaume says he will continue to take a hard line with his players after a strict week of training resulted in a four-point weekend.

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