Fife Flyers fixtures for new season are announced

Fife Flyers will begin the EIHL 2021/22 season with an away league trip to face Coventry Blaze.

Thursday, 5th August 2021, 6:39 pm
Fife Flyers will open the new season against Coventry Blaze.

24 hours later they will take to the ice at Fife Ice Arena for their first home game against Belfast Giants in the Challenge Cup.

Todd Dutiaume’s side will play at home for the first time in the EIHL when they host Manchester Storm on October 16.

The last scheduled match of the EIHL is a home clash with Sheffield Steelers.

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The full fixtures are;

Challenge Cup:

September 26 – Belfast Giants (H), October 2 – Dundee Stars (H), October 8 – Belfast Giants (H), October 9 – Dundee Stars (A), October 10 – Belfast Giants (A), October 23 – Dundee Stars (A), October 30 – Belfast Giants (A), October 31 – Dundee Stars (H).

EIHL:

September 25 – Coventry Blaze (A), October 3 – Cardiff Devils (A), October 16 – Manchester Storm (A), October 17 – Manchester Storm (H), October 24 – Sheffield Steelers (A), November 3 – Sheffield Steelers (A), November 6 – Glasgow Clan (A), November 7 – Cardiff Devils, November 13 – Coventry Blaze (A), November 14 – Guildford Flames (A), November 21 – Cardiff Devils (A), November 27 – Guildford Flames (H), November 28 – Nottingham Panthers (A), December 4 – Belfast Giants (H), December 5 – Nottingham Panthers, December 11 – Belfast Giants (A), December 12 – Manchester Storm (A), December 18 – Dundee Stars (H), December 19 – Guildford Flames (A), December 22 – Coventry Blaze (A), December 26 – Dundee Stars (A), December 28 – Dundee Stars (H), December 31 – Glasgow Clan (A), January 2 – Glasgow Clan (H), January 3 – Dundee Stars (A), January 8 – Belfast Giants (H), January 9 – Nottingham Panthers (A), January 15 – Nottingham Panthers (H), January 16 – Cardiff Devils (A), January 22 – Guildford Flames (A), January 23 – Coventry Blaze (A), January 28 – Cardiff Devils (A), January 29 – Sheffield Steelers (A), January 30 – Sheffield Steelers (H), February 5 – Guildford Flames (H), February 6 – Nottingham Panthers (A), February 12 – Guildford Flames (A), February 13 – Belfast Giants (H), February 19 – Belfast Giants (A), January 20 – Coventry Blaze (H), January 26 – Glasgow Clan (H), March 1 – Sheffield Steelers (H), March 2 – Nottingham Panthers (H), March 5 – Glasgow Clan (A), March 6 – Coventry Blaze (H), March 12 – Manchester Storm (A), March 13 – Manchester Storm, March 19 – Cardiff Devils (H), March 26 – Manchester Storm (A), March 27 – Glasgow Clan (H), April 3 – Belfast Giants (A), April 9 – Dundee Stars (H), April 10 – Dundee Stars (A), April 12 – Sheffield Steelers (H).