NEXT HOME GAME: Tickets for our Elite League fixture on Saturday 21st January 2023 are available online HERE, by calling 0161-926-8782 or in person at the Planet Ice Box Office! Doors open 6PM for a 7PM start.
MANCHESTER STORM VS DUNDEE STARS – SATURDAY 21ST JANUARY 2023 @ 19:00 – PLANET ICE ALTRINCHAM
Join us at the Storm Shelter for our annual #Pride fixture against Dundee Stars as Matt Ginn and the squad look to keep pressure on Nottingham Panthers in the fight for sixth spot in the league.
Robiquity Manchester Storm are thrilled to be on board for the EIHL’s third annual Pride fixture, which sees all ten teams promoting the inclusivity of ice hockey.
The club will partner up with Hockey is Diversity, whose objective is to use hockey and raise awareness to promote diversity and inclusion for all. Follow them on social media and visit their website for more information.
There is a big crowd expected with already more than 1,300 tickets sold, so book your tickets in advance if possible to avoid disappointment.
On Sunday 22nd January, the Storm will head over the pennines to face Sheffield Steelers, with crucial points up for grabs.
This year we have a fantastic new Pride themed jersey for both our home and away fixtures this weekend. Keep your eyes on our website and social media for any updates on these jerseys being up for grabs.
With forwards Jesper Orhvall, Ryan Barrow and Jake Bricknell currently injured,the club are hoping to have newly signed Tyler Barrow in the lineup for this weekend’s fixtures. Read more about Tyler HERE
View his Elite Prospects profile HERE
Defenceman, Dallas Ehrhardt is recovering well and the club are hopeful he will see action against Dundee Stars this Saturday.
LAST TIME OUT
A large crowd gathered in the Storm Shelter as the team faced Sheffield Steelers last Friday.
Despite an exciting game and their best efforts with the team being short-benched due to injuries, it wasn’t to be. Dowd claimed the win for Steelers with an empty net goal. Read the report HERE
Storm goals came from Michael Korol and two from Anthony DeLuca, who claimed EIHL goal of the week with a fantastic deke on Greenfield. Watch the video HERE
Storm visited Guildford on Sunday and picked up the pace from being 3-0 down. Storm goals came from Herrmann, Fawcett and DeLuca, with newly signed Liam Blackburn also claiming his first goal for the club, answering McNulty’s goal back within 45 seconds. Watch the goal HERE
– Doors open 6PM
– Face-off is 7PM
– Tickets from £10
– Family tickets available
– Train & tram links adjacent to venue (Altrincham)
– Car parking available (free after 6PM)
Never been to the Storm Shelter before and want to know more? Check out our ‘How To Find Us‘ guide HERE!
If you can’t make the fixture on Saturday, you can watch the live-stream HERE via Storm TV.