Wednesday May 22, 2019

Fife Flyers can confirm that SC Riessersee will no longer be taking part in the pre-season 4 Nations Cup. This is due to them dropping out of the DEL 2 with no confirmation of their plans are for the 2018/19 Season. We wish them well for the future.

In the meantime, Manchester Storm and Fife Flyers have been working hard to find a suitable replacement team and we are delighted to confirm that Tölzer Löwen from Bad Tolz, who also play in the DEL 2 in Germany, will be taking their place.

A club spokesperson had the following to say "When we heard that SC Riessersee would not be competing in the 2018/19 DEL 2 Season, we were a bit concerned. Both Jeff Hutchins and Ryan Finnerty got straight on the case to find out what was happening, and to find a suitable replacement team. As the flights and accommodation had already been booked and paid for, it was imperative the guys found a team nearby, who could follow the same travel route."

“We were relieved and happy when Tölzer Löwen confirmed that they would be happy to step in, and we are sure both the Flyers and Storm fans will give them a warm welcome."

“We will continue to work on our plans for the 2018/19 season and although we haven’t made any signing announcements yet, we are continuing with our negotiations and hope to have some news soon.”

Ticket information for the upcoming #4NationsCup will be released soon.

Please keep an eye on our website and social media channels for details!

We look forward to seeing and hearing you at the games! #WeAreFife #BringTheNoise #PeskyFlyers 

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