Highlights and Goals from the Scottish National League Aurora Cup Semi Final featuring Aberdeen Lynx & Belfast Giants during ...
Cardiff Devils get their hands on the trophy! Premier Sports Elite League champions after a 6-3 win over Belfast Giants.
Cardiff Devils' Mark Richardson speaks after Playoff final win over Belfast Giants 🗣️ "It's such a good group."
Cardiff Devils coach Brodie Dupont reacts to his team's Premier Sports Elite League Playoff final win over Belfast Giants and ...
The celebrations are underway in Nottingham! Cardiff Devils players and staff take to the ice as they're crowned Playoff ...
Nova Scotia's Stephen Dixon had a critical assist yesterday as the Cardiff Devils won 3-2 over the Guildford Flames in the EIHL Semi-Finals. With this victory, The Devils will be advancing to the EIHL Finals to face off against the Belfast Giants. #EIHL @cardiffdevils #Cardiff
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