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    Team GB Claim Gold With Belfast World Championship Win

    Team GB secured promotion to the World Championship Division 1 Group A with a 4-0 Gold Medal Game victory over Japan in Belfast on Saturday. The tournament set international ice-hockey records for attendances with 21,208 fans packing into The SSE Arena, Belfast to watch the six national teams in action. Team GB, the host nation, rounded off the successful World Championship by securing thei

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    New Elite League Format For 2017/18 Season

    The Elite Ice Hockey League have announced the changes to the league and Challenge Cup format as a result of the addition to Milton Keynes Lightning and Guildford Flames. Changes to the structure were ratified at an EIHL Board Meeting which sees the previous two Conference system of five teams each replaced with three Conferences, containing four teams apiece. The Challenge Cup also has the

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    Season Ticket Deadline Extended to May 10th!

    Due to high demand, the Giants Season Ticket early bird deadline has been extended from Sunday 30th April to Wednesday 10th May to allow you a few extra days to purchase your Season Ticket before the price increases from Thursday 11th May onwards. Your Giants Season Ticket offers unrivalled entertainment and is the best value ticket in the league, covering ALL Elite League and Challenge Cup

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    Odyssey Academy - GB’s Shields talks ‘going for gold’

    Belfast Giants forward Colin Shields has taken time out from his preparations with Team GB to talk to young people from the Odyssey Academy about the side’s chances of winning gold in Belfast. The students spent their morning taking part in a skills workshop, learning how to research and prepare for interviews before getting the long-serving Giants and GB player in front of the camera. And

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    Team GB Claim Gold With Belfast World Championship Win

    Team GB secured promotion to the World Championship Division 1 Group A with a 4-0 Gold Medal Game victory over Japan in Belfast on Saturday. The tournament set international ice-hockey records for attendances with 21,208 fans packing into The SSE Arena, Belfast to watch the six national teams in action. Team GB, the host nation, rounded off the successful World Championship by securing thei