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All time leagues: EIHL | Challenge Cup (EIHL)


Season 2019-2020

Club teams

This club in 2019-2020: EIHL | Challenge Cup (EIHL)

Recent gamesseason 2019-2020
Sep. 07 19 | 19:00Manchester Storm - Dundee Stars-
Sep. 15 19 | 17:30Manchester Storm - Belfast Giants-
Sep. 22 19 | 17:00Dundee Stars - Manchester Storm-
Sep. 29 19 | 17:30Coventry Blaze - Manchester Storm-
Oct. 05 19 | 19:00Cardiff Devils - Manchester Storm-
Current rosterseason 2019-2020
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GMatt Ginn17.02.1991180 cm77 kgleft
GAdam Long14.09.1995186 cm70 kgleft
DDeclan Balmer09.06.1995190 cm89 kgleft
DDallas Ehrhardt31.07.1992193 cm96 kgleft
DKyle Hope20.04.1993185 cm78 kgleft
DJohn Negrin25.03.1989190 cm91 kgright
DZach Sullivan14.07.1994175 cm73 kgright
CJared Aulin15.03.1982183 cm87 kgright
FAdam Barnes12.07.1999178 cm77 kgleft
CTyson Fawcett08.06.1993175 cm77 kgright
LWNed Lukacevic11.02.1986183 cm92 kgleft
FJacob Lutwyche30.03.2001180 cm78 kgleft
LWCody Thompson02.08.1995176 cm77 kgleft
CLayne Ulmer14.09.1980186 cm95 kgleft
FFinlay Ulrick21.01.2000178 cm70 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Ryan Finnerty23.11.1980Head Coach

* no longer in the club

Altrincham Ice Dome

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At the end of the 2014-15 season, a legal dispute arose between the management of the Altrincham Ice Dome and the Phoenix team over alleged financial impropriety regarding junior teams at the venue. Around the same time, the Hull Stingrays of the Elite Ice Hockey League withdrew from that league. The management of the Altrincham Ice Dome and the EIHL subsequently reached an agreement to place a team in Altrincham to fill the gap created by Hull's liquidation, and this team was known as Manchester Storm.


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New Manchester Storm replaces Stingrays

- eliteleague.co.uk release

Ice hockey's Manchester Storm are back and when the puck drops in September, they will be playing in the top flight of British ice hockey - the Elite Ice Hockey League.

The Storm will be owned and operated by The Ice Rink Company Ltd, spearheaded by Mark Johnson, and will play out of Silverblades Ice Rink Altrincham.

The rebirth of the Storm keeps the EIHL at 10 strong teams for the upcoming campaign, as Manchester effectively replace Hull Stingrays in all competitions.

The Elite Ice Hockey League approached the new bosses of the Storm a week ago when it emerged that new circumstances meant that the participation of the Hull Stingrays in season 2015-16 was in jeopardy.

Earlier today it was confirmed that Hull would not be taking part in the upcoming campaign.

Manchester Storm were represented at an EIHL board meeting today and were unanimously welcomed into the league.

Mark Johnson, director of the Storm, said: "These are exciting times for ice hockey in the Manchester area and when we were approached by the EIHL to join the league, we pulled out all the stops to make it happen.

(27 Jun 2015)
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Manchester Storm participates in season 2019-2020: EIHL, Challenge Cup (EIHL)


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