Player roundup (week ending 29 Nov)
Over the past couple of weeks British pair Ross Venus and David Clements have participated in the NIHL's Streaming Series, icing for Milton Keynes Lightning.
The Lightning played their final game on Sunday beating the Sheffield Steeldogs 3-5 with Venus scoring a hattrick.
That was what we have been waiting for. Hattrick ð§¢ hero Ross Venus, Stewy on the scoresheet, Kovy with the 5th and all superbly backstopped ð¥ by Brandon Stones. Wonderful to get a win at the end of this super Streaming Series. Well done lads. Steeldogs 3 - 5 AIB MKL â¡ï¸ pic.twitter.com/aMyomAix3k— MK Lightning Ice Hockey (@MKLightningIHC) November 29, 2020
In the 3 games previous, MK had been defeated by Sheffield and Swindon twice.
Sunday was also a successful night for Luke Ferrara as the number 19 scored on his Cracovia debut in a 4-2 win over Torun. The two meet again on Tuesday night.
Ferrara's previous club, Bordeaux have suffered two defeats since his departure, but former Blaze forward Andrew Johnson continues to impress with 6 goals, 5 assists for 11 points in 9 Ligue Magnus games.
In Lustenau, Finnish forward Janne Laakkonen continues to rack up the points too with 2 goals, 7 assists for 9 points in 8 Alps Hockey League games.
Charles Corcoran's Esbjerg Energy sit 3rd in the Danish Metal Ligaen, with the American contributing 3 goals, 8 assists for 11 points in 18 regular season games.
Finally, Dillon Lawrence's France2 season with Dunkerque Corsaires continues to be delayed due to COVID, with play expected to resume this week.