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Great Britain

  • Year of foundation: 1908
  • Colours: white, blue, red
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Ice Hockey UK
    19 Heather Ave.
    Rise Park
    Essex RM1 4SL
    Great Britain
  • Phone: +44 7917 194 264
  • Fax: +44 1708 725 241
  • Email: ihukoffice@yahoo.co.uk
  • WWW: http://www.icehockeyuk.co.uk/

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Season 2014-2015

Club teams
Recent gamesseason 2014-2015
Dec. 10 14 | 16:30Great Britain - Romania5-2
Dec. 12 14 | 16:30South Korea - Great Britain4-5 SO
Dec. 13 14 | 20:00Great Britain - Estonia3-1
Current rosterseason 2014-2015
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GAdam Goss10.02.1995178 cm74 kgleft
GJordan Hedley07.08.1996190 cm88 kgright
DDeclan Balmer09.06.1995190 cm89 kgleft
DCallum Buglass23.07.1996190 cm79 kgleft
DJosh Grieveson16.03.1997175 cm75 kgright
DCraig Moore (C)24.07.1995183 cm82 kgright
DScott Robson16.08.1995185 cm87 kgright
DMatthew Selby19.07.1995183 cm90 kgright
DHarvey Stead18.02.1996180 cm82 kgright
FIvan(Vanya) Antonov12.05.1997175 cm74 kgleft
RWOliver Betteridge16.01.1996180 cm80 kgleft
FGlenn Billing28.05.1997174 cm72 kgleft
RWBobby Chamberlain16.03.1995179 cm90 kgright
CJordan Cownie01.08.1995180 cm75 kgleft
FSamuel Duggan13.07.1998185 cm85 kgright
FAlexander Forbes05.07.1996183 cm82 kgright
FLewis Hook18.08.1996182 cm78 kgleft
CToms Rutkis09.11.1997183 cm75 kgleft
FMichael Stratford04.03.1997193 cm80 kgleft
FFloyd Taylor28.03.1995173 cm85 kgleft
FSam Towner16.02.1995178 cm77 kgright
FCameron Wynn03.10.1995185 cm80 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Peter Russell20.06.1974Head Coach
Paul Heavey19.11.1962Assistant Coach
Greg Owen19.06.1981Assistant Coach

* no longer in the club

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Easy win for Slovakia over Great Britain

The newcomer of the World Championship, Great Britain, played the host Slovakia in Poprad in a pre-tournament game. Slovakia had no problem to win 6-1.

(04 May 2019)

Kazakhstan promoted

Kazakhstan beat Great Britain 2-0 in Dumfries Ice Bowl to win World Women's Championship Div. 2A.

(05 Apr 2015)

British juniors promoted

Great Britain won the U20 World Championship Division IIA in Tallinn, Estonia to promote to Division IB. The British team that was lead by the top line Bobby Chamberlain-Lewis Hook-Jordan Cownie won all five games.

(14 Dec 2014)

Christiansen resigns

Great Britain men's national team head coach Doug Christiansen has resigned.

(10 Jun 2014)

Changes in Austria and Great Britain rosters

Austria makes a cut in the roster for Olympic Qualification after the game against Kazakhstan: forwards Philipp Pinter, Daniel Woger and Michael Schiechl (all Vienna Capitals) and defenseman Johannes Reichel (Kac Klagenfurt) have been cut from the roster.

Also Great Britain has to make changes in the roster, all due to injuries: Basingstoke Bison netminder Stevie Lyle will replace Stephen Murphy while Nottingham Panthers defenceman Steve Lee will replace team-mate Jonathan Weaver

(05 Feb 2013)

Andre Payette to lead Great Britain U20

Andre Payette has been appointed as the Great Britain Under-20s coach and will lead the youngsters at the 2013 World Championship next December.
The 36-year-old has been in charge of English Premier League side Sheffield Steeldogs since mid-way through the 2010-11 season.

Payette said: "I am very excited and honoured to be named head coach for the Great Britain Under-20s national team. Great Britain has been my adoptive country for the last nine years and I am thrilled to be able to give something back to British ice hockey, which has given me so much.

(08 Sep 2012)
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Fast factsseason 2014-2015

Two down one to go for EIHL team

Having clinched the Challenge Cup on Wednesday the Sheffield Steelers (EIHL) made it two trophys yesterday as they clinched the Elite league title. Read more»

Servette Genève win first modern CHL title for Switzerland

Less than a year after winning their first domestic title in their 118-year history, Genève-Servette are now champions of Europe following a nail-biting 3-2 home-ice victory over Swedish club Skellefteå AIK. ... Read more»

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