See Ya: Blair Riley

Following 3 seasons with the Belfast Giants, Blair Riley has taken the decision not to fulfil his 2 year contract and to move on from the organisation, with strong rumours of him remaining within the EIHL. Riley leaves the Giants having captained the team to the highest level of single season success achieved in the almost 20 years of the... Continue Reading →

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See Ya: Colin Shields

And now the end is near, and so I face the final curtain………. the records show I took the blows, and did it my way. The words may belong to Sinatra, the sentiments belong to the greatest British player of the modern era, and this weekend marks the end of that era, the Colin Shields era,... Continue Reading →

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The Whiteboard: Find A Way

FC Hockey Media's Noel Gillespie breaks down a thrilling climax to the EIHL's regular season- which is going right to the wire at both ends of the table. It should have been over. The Belfast Giants and the Cardiff Devils both went into this past weekend knowing that any loss could hand the 2018/19 Elite... Continue Reading →


A View From The Bridge LIVE returns to McCools at the SSE Arena this TONIGHT, following the Belfast Giants v Fife Flyers game, the one of the final games of the regular season. Patrick Smyth,  Simon Kitchen and Joel Neill will be joined on stage by a number of special guests to reflect on what has been a successful... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter From Colin Shields

From the moment I first put on a pair of skates and picked up a hockey stick all I wanted to do was play ice hockey. I loved the game, the training, the practices, everything about skating on that ice. However, at some point it has to come to an end and for me that... Continue Reading →

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Feature: Calm Before The Storm

The Storm are a good team. But the Giants are a better one. Is that arrogant? Maybe a little, but with 29 points separating the two sides going into tomorrow night’s game, you’d be hard pushed to find any reasonable hockey fan who would honestly believe the contrary. Will I regret that opening line tomorrow... Continue Reading →

My Stomach Is Sick And It’s All In My Head

Ahead of the Challenge Cup Final this Sunday in Cardiff, "Mike" (not the writers real name) e-mailed us an article to try and work out what he should do... ... some names have been changed to protect the Guilty. I’ve NEVER seen us lift the Challenge Cup. Never. You’re thinking “So what? Giants have only lifted it... Continue Reading →

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