Manchester Storm vs Belfast Giants | Saturday 23rd October @ 7PM | Planet Ice Altrincham | Doors 6PM | Face-off 7PM
Storm’s second home game of the week falls this Saturday, against visitors Belfast Giants. Expect a highly competitive game, with more league points to play for. The Storm look to continue with winning ways at the Storm Shelter after their 5-0 win over Fife Flyers and 6-2 win over Dundee Stars on Thursday evening.
Tickets can be purchased online HERE
Tickets for the live-stream can be purchased HERE
For ticket prices, match night entrances and more, read about What to expect on match nights HERE
Following the game against Giants, the Storm head to Cardiff to face the Devils. The fixture will be aired on Premier Sports from 6PM.
View Manchester Storm fixtures for the remainder of the 2021/22 season HERE
Alternatively, you can purchase tickets by calling 0161-926-8782 or in person at the Planet Ice, Altrincham Box Office.
50/50 | SOTB RAFFLES
Win #70 Curtis Hamilton’s game-worn jersey TONIGHT. Enter online HERE, or via the links we share across social media. Don’t forget to enter our 50/50 raffle, with money also up for grabs.
Tickets for our 50/50 raffle can be purchased HERE. There will be QR codes on posters throughout the rink you can also scan to enter. Winners to both raffles will be drawn online at 9.15PM following our Saturday night hockey match-up!
Storm Sports will be open an hour before the game and during intermissions. Storm Sports sells a variety of Manchester Storm merchandise and hockey equipment.
Head to Storm Support under block 112-113 to join the Supporters Club. Storm Support has some upcoming events such as Bowling with the Storm on November 16th. You can also book coach travel to selected away days.
Fan favourite, Tyler Beskorowany returns to the EIHL after a two year break in Europe. Jackson Whistle also returns to ice between the pipes for the first time since 2017/18.
New defencemen include Cam Knight, Jeff Baum and NHL draft pick Sam Ruopp (Brother of former Storm player Harrison Ruopp). NHL Round 1 pick, Griffin Reinhart also adds depth to the defensive lineup in Belfast this season. Reinhart brings experience from the world’s top leagues, including NHL, AHL, DEL and KHL. Griffin comes from a big NHL family and will be an exciting one to watch.
Forward, Darcy Murphy returns to the Giants after icing two seasons in Europe. Dual National forward, Scott Conway
Canadians forwards fresh to the roster include, Mark Cooper, Jordan Boucher, Slater Doggett and Tyler Soy.
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