‘Bout Ye: Matt Towe

Matt Towe has put to bed a summers worth of speculation as to his future in the game by signing a new contract with the Belfast Giants. The Coffee Baron of Bangor will return in teal for another season. However, his new job as a father will take centre stage in his life as Matt’s... Continue Reading →

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‘Bout Ye: Andrew Dickson

Andrew Dickson, proud son of Ballymoney, once again adds his name to the roster of the Belfast Giants for the 2018/19 season. The one time Sheffield Steeler is to enjoy his 9th season in teal as Adam Keefe adds his name to create a strong netminding threesome with Beskorowany, Stephen Murphy. While Dicko’s appearances on... Continue Reading →

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‘Bout Ye: Guillaume Gélinas

The old team-sports clichés include "Attack starts at the Back". This cliche is none more suited than to the latest name on the defensive roster of the 2018/19 Belfast Giants, Guillaume Gélinas. The 5'9" d-man arrives on Queens Island off a championship year with HC Banska Bystrica of the Slovakian Tipsport Liga. A quick skater,... Continue Reading →

‘Bout Ye: Francis Beauvillier

Speed, skill and youth seem to be at the heart of this season’s Belfast Giants side, and with the addition of Francis Beauvillier from the AHL’s Manitoba Moose, all three should be on show when he lines up in teal come September. 24 year old Beauvillier is a product of the Major Junior system in... Continue Reading →

‘Bout Ye: Kyle Baun

In order to understand someone fully, you must understand where they've come from. From 1956 until 1973 the great Bobby Baun played 17 seasons in the NHL, earning himself no less than four Stanley Cup rings with the Maple Leafs, along with the hearts of the people of Toronto. The Belfast Giants today announced their... Continue Reading →


“Any friend or family of the Belfast Giants is a friend and family of mine” – Paxton Schulte Most of us will be aware of the devastating bus crash that claimed the lives of sixteen of the Humboldt Broncos organisation, our thoughts still remain with the fallen as well as those fighting to recover, but... Continue Reading →

‘Bout Ye: David Rutherford

As announced on Cool FM's 'Cool Saturday Show', Belfast Giants Forward David Rutherford is set to return to Northern Ireland for a fourth EIHL campaign. Full interview with Cool FM's Dave McCammond: Rutherford was packing his bags for a move back to the ECHL from the struggling Edinburgh Capitals mid-2015/16 season, when the Belfast Giants... Continue Reading →

‘Bout Ye: Blair Riley

2017/18 Belfast Giants Captain Blair Riley is set to return for a third consecutive season in Teal. The 6’0” Power Forward from Kamloops, BC, Canada arrived in Northern Ireland in 2016 from the fiercely competitive AHL where he spent 2015/16 with the Stockton Heat. He finished his inaugural Elite League campaign with the Most Valuable... Continue Reading →

‘Bout Ye: Patrick Dwyer

416 Games in the NHL with the Carolina Hurricanes is the first statistic most Belfast Giants fans will immediately point to when considering the opportunities afforded to Adam Keefe's side with this latest addition to the roster. Dwyer, drafted in the 4th round by Atlanta in 2002, spent 9 seasons in the 'Canes system, fighting... Continue Reading →

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