Weekend Recap – Week 22

On Wednesday night……

Cardiff Devils 3 Fife Flyers 2 – Elite League

The Flyers winless streak against the Devils in Cardiff now stands at 12 games.

It was only the second time this season that the Flyers had the lead in a road game after two periods.

Flyers avoided being shutout for the first time in three consecutive games in the EIHL against an opponent on their ice.

Teemu Pulkkinen became the 4th player to put up triple digits for shots on goal.

Johan Eriksson had his goal streak end at four games. Collin Shirley remains the team leader for the season with a 5 game streak.

Flyers powerplay scoring streak ended at 6 games which is their best for the season.

On Saturday night……

Fife Flyers 4 Cardiff Devils 5   Shootout – Elite League

When the Flyers have lost the final period at home this season they have lost on all seven occasions this season.

The Flyers have won two shootouts and lost three shootouts this season – all three losses have come at home and both wins on the road.

This was the first ever time the Flyers have lost in a shootout against the Devils in all EIHL competitions – they had won their previous three in the shootout.

Collin Shirley reached a 100 shots for the season, the fifth player on the team to do so.

The combined total of 93 Shots on Goal is the highest for a Flyers game this season.

On Sunday night……

Nottingham Panthers 3 Fife Flyers 2   Overtime – Elite League

The Panthers have won their last three at home against the Flyers.

The Flyers have now lost 6 of their 7 games decided in overtime in all competitions this season.

The Flyers and Panthers are now 4 wins each in games going to overtime all time in all EIHL competitions.

Lucas Chiodo now holds the active hot stick with a points streak over the last 7 games.



Collin Shirley celebrates opening the scoring
The Devils make a goal line stand
Drake Pilon wheels away after getting Flyers fourth goal

Pic Credits – Jillian McFarlane & Derek Young


NOTE – information above is subject to verification by the EIHL



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