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Nottingham Panthers

  • Nickname: Panthers
  • Year of foundation: 1946
  • Colours: Black, Gold, Silver
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Unit 1
    First Floor
    4 Stoney Street
    Lace Market
    Nottingham
    NG1 1LG
  • Phone: +44 0115 941 3103
  • Email: info@panthers.co.uk
  • WWW: http://www.panthers.co.uk/
 

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Season 2017-2018

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Recent gamesseason 2017-2018
Nov. 04 17 | 19:00Milton Keynes Lightning - Nottingham Panthers3-5
Nov. 15 17 | 19:00Belfast Giants - Nottingham Panthers4-5 OT
Nov. 19 17 | 16:00Nottingham Panthers - Cardiff Devils7-4
Nov. 26 17 | 16:00Nottingham Panthers - Fife Flyers-
Dec. 02 17 | 19:00Nottingham Panthers - Sheffield Steelers-
Current rosterseason 2017-2018
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GPatrick Galbraith11.03.1986183 cm76 kgleft
GMichael Garnett25.11.1982188 cm94 kgleft
GSam Gospel27.03.1994178 cm71 kgleft
DTim Billingsley17.01.1990188 cm90 kgright
DMathieu Brisebois17.04.1992180 cm82 kgright
DMathieu Gagnon29.10.1992183 cm87 kgleft
DJoseph Hazeldine07.03.2001181 cm67 kgleft
DStephen Lee01.10.1990183 cm90 kgright
DEvan Mosey17.03.1989182 cm84 kgright
DYann Sauve18.02.1990190 cm100 kgleft
RDDan Spang16.08.1983182 cm93 kgleft
DJoshua Tetlow12.01.1998198 cm88 kgleft
D/FErik Lindhagen02.10.1987177 cm78 kgleft
FOliver Betteridge16.01.1996180 cm78 kgleft
RWJeff Brown02.06.1990185 cm92 kgright
LWRaphael Bussières05.11.1993183 cm80 kgleft
FDavid Clarke05.08.1981185 cm86 kgleft
LWMark Derlago17.01.1986180 cm89 kgleft
FRobert Farmer21.03.1991190 cm94 kgleft
FJordan Kelsall12.08.1999176 cm73 kgright
FRobert Lachowicz08.02.1990178 cm76 kgleft
FAlexander Mokshantsev17.02.1995186 cm79 kgleft
FBrett Perlini14.06.1990188 cm82 kgleft
CZack Phillips28.10.1992185 cm82 kgright
LWJosh Shalla25.09.1991188 cm92 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Corey Neilson22.08.1976Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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The club was founded in 1946 after earlier attempts to establish a team were postponed due to World War II. During their first eight seasons the Panthers played in the English National League. They joined the newly-formed British National League in 1954, which they competed in until its disbandment in 1960. With no league to play in the club also ceased operations. In 1980, players and officials from the Sheffield Lancers relocated to Nottingham and reformed the Panthers. Both the original and modern Nottingham Panthers played their home games at the Ice Stadium until 2000 when the team moved into the National Ice Centre.

The Panthers have one of the largest fanbases in British ice hockey. Their supporters have shared a number of rivalries with other teams during their history. Currently the Panthers have a fierce rivalry with the Sheffield Steelers. The two sides have played over 160 games, including ten major finals, since 1992.

They are the only team to have played in every season where a British league championship has been contested and are the only founding member of the Premier Division in 1983 who continue to participate in the top flight league. The Panthers have 16 members enshrined in the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame and have had 34 players represent Great Britain at the World Championships and in Olympic qualifying.

Notable players:

Regular season titles 1950-51, 1953-54, 1955-56
Autumn Cups 1955-56, 1986-87, 1991-92, 1994-95, 1996-97, 1998-99
Challenge Cups 2003-04, 2007-08, 2009-10
Playoff championships 1988-89, 2006-07

Retired Numbers:
3 Gary Rippingale
10 Randall Weber
11 Greg Hadden
22 Paul Adey

League winners:
 

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Eihl challenge cup finalists are now known

The Eihl Challenge Cup final will be between the Cardiff Devils and seven times winners - four in a row - Nottingham Panthers.
Cardiff progressed courtesy of a two leg victory over Belfast Giants and Nottingham did the same by defeating Sheffield Steelers.
The final will be a showpiece event at the Sheffield Arena on March 6th.

(25 Feb 2016)
 

Record crowd in EIHL

Fans of the Sheffield Steelers and Nottingham Panthers set a new Elite League record attendance on Boxing Day.

A total of 9,087 turned out at the Sheffield Arena to watch the two teams play out a tight 2-1 contest in Steelers' favour.

(28 Dec 2015)
 

Three teams in the U.K. sign new defencemen

It's been a busy day in the EIHL, as three of the leading teams have penned deals with North American defencmen new to the country.  Challenge Cup and Playoff champions, Nottingham Panthers, have announced the signing of Jason Beckett. Beckett, who split last season with Västervik IK and Kallinge-Ronneby IF in Sweden. Cardiff Devils have agreed a deal with former HC Alleghe and SC Riessersee defenceman Tyson Marsh, who ended last season with the Alaska Aces of the ECHL. Finally, Coventry Blaze have signed former EfB Ishockey defenceman Mike Egener. Egener, who racked up a mammoth 235 minutes for EfB this season will give grit and toughness to the Blaze's blueline.

(18 Jun 2012)
 

David Clarke sets record in the UK

Nottingham Panthers' David Clarke has become the has become the Elite League's all-time leading goal scorer in all competitions. Clarke scored the fourth goal in the 9-3 victory at Hull to reach 230 goals and pass Adam Calder.

(30 Dec 2011)
 

EIHL starts

The British Elite Ice Hockey League (EIHL) started yesterday with two games. David-Alexandre Beauregard scored a hat trick when Nottingham Panthers beat Cardiff Devils 6-1. Mark Ramsey and Steve Birnstill both scored in the shootout to secure the 2-1 win for Sheffield Steelers against Belfast Giants.

(04 Sep 2011)
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Fast factsseason 2017-2018
Leagues

Nottingham Panthers participates in season 2017-2018: Champions Hockey League, EIHL, Challenge Cup (EIHL)

 
 
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