Article Archive for November 2017
This was the first League meeting of two teams rooted to the foot of the table. Undoubtedly both teams, struggling for confidence, had targeted this game and the return fixture next weekend. Both teams had also travelled North the previous day and suffered heavy defeats. The importance of the game could not be underestimated.
A noisy Den had an electric atmosphere, filled with tension, in the …
The Dragons had a tough weekend on the road at the hands of two former EPL clubs
On Saturday the Dragons supported by a large and very noisy traveling fan base visited Telford Tigers in the NIHL Moralee League game.The Tigers are riding high toward the top of the league and boast a wealth of experienced talent. The Dragons have continued to struggle and whilst performances …
The Dragons are delighted to welcome Paul Davies back to the roster.
Following a successful spell in Solihull, Davies has been brought in to strengthen both offence and defence.
We would describe Paul as a real “honest” two way player. A fierce competitor, all over the ice.
We spoke to Paul earlier and he had this to say about his return to the Dragons,
“I’m glad to be back! …
A penalty laden 3rd period was costly for the Dragons as the Billingham Stars scored 6 unanswered goals to take the game 9-4 and leave the Dragons at the bottom of the league
full report to follow
The Dragons announce the departure of Louis Morgan from the roster.
We’re disappointed to see Louis leave us, we wish him all the best for the future.
The club would like to place on record their thanks to his shirt sponsors for their continued support.
The Dragons announce the departure of Jonah Armstrong & Shaun Dippnall from the roster.
We’re disappointed to see Jo & Dippy leave us, we wish them all the best for the future.
The club would like to place on record their thanks to their shirt sponsors for their continued support
Dragons -v- Steeldogs – 5th November 2017
Bonfire Night gave a boisterous Den crowd an opportunity to get behind the Dragons as they welcomed top of the table Sheffield Steeldogs to Deeside.
With virtually a full roster the home squad was determined to give the Den faithful something to cheer for. There was a great atmosphere around the rink.
The Dragons high energy attack saw immediate pressure on …
The Dragons are determined not to sit licking their wounds, pondering the departure of their head coach. And with games away to Solway Sharks and home to Sheffield Steeldogs, this coming weekend, the only option was to look forward and get down to work. Team training has been excellent this week and the squad is fully behind the leadership group of Brodin, Parsons and Wainwright. …