Billingham Stars came away from a long weekend on the road empty-handed as National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 and North Cup points went begging.
A trip to League leaders Solway Sharks on Saturday was always going to be a tough matchup, but Billingham went into the game buoyed by the debut of 16-year-old Finn Bradon. Some unfamiliar lines took to the ice as the Stars shook t
BILLINGHAM STARS take to the road this weekend and head north of the border for two testing games in both National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 and the North Cup.
First up today is a trip to Division 1 leaders Solway Sharks for what is usually a hard-fought clash against a side known for their miserly nature in terms of goals conceded. Billingham have faced the Sharks three times alre
Billingham Stars pushed Solihull Barons all the way in their National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 clash on Sunday evening, but ultimately came away empty handed as the Barons squeaked home with a 5-4 win.
The Stars travelled to the Midlands on Sunday night expecting a tough game from an experienced Solihull Barons outfit still smarting from their defeat on Teesside last month. With J
BILLINGHAM STARS face a tricky trip to an improving Solihull Barons outfit in a fourth v third clash in National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 action tomorrow, Barons sitting just three points behind the Stars but with three games in hand over the Teessiders.
After a bright start to the season Solihull went off the boil last month with a string of three losses that started with a somew
Billingham Stars suffered mixed fortunes in National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 at the weekend, a welcome return to winning ways on Saturday quickly deflated by a late defeat on the road on Sunday.
Billingham welcomed Blackburn Hawks to the Forum on Saturday and were immediately on the offensive, a backhand effort from Jack Emerson recycled around the net and fed back by Chr
BILLINGHAM STARS return to National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 action this weekend hoping to bounce back from two heavy defeats and recapture their previous form that has propelled them – perhaps unexpectedly – into third place.
Blackburn Hawks are the visitors to the Forum tomorrow evening, a team already making changes early in the season with the release this week of
Billingham Stars could not contain their Scottish visitors over the weekend as both Dundee Comets in the North Cup and Solway Sharks in National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 took home the spoils of victory.
Coach Stephen Foster elected to give Jacob Hammond the start between the pipes on Saturday, and he was busy from early on in the game as Dundee started the brighter. Indeed it was
BILLINGHAM STARS hope to enjoy a little home comfort this weekend with two games at the Forum, Dundee Comets the visitors tomorrow evening in a rearranged North Cup encounter before Solway Sharks return to Teesside for the first of their National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 fixtures on Sunday evening.
Dundee make the long trip South this afternoon as a somewhat unknown quantity, with
Billingham Stars made the return journey to the Midlands on Sunday to take on a Nottingham Lions side they had eventually overcome in overtime in the corresponding National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 fixture the previous weekend.
Missing only Lennon Thomas who was on duty with the Under 18s, both teams got off to a slow start following a delayed face off, the lack of ice cut evident
BILLINGHAM STARS will travel to Nottingham on Sunday afternoon to take on the Lions in an immediate return National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 fixture, the two teams having done battle at the Forum last Sunday when the Stars eventually came out on top 2-1 in overtime.
Despite their lowly status at the bottom of Division 1, Nottingham pushed Billingham all the way last weekend, indee