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Posted 28 December 2011 - 02:20 PM

I spoke about how Kirkcaldy raises many of it's native Scots players. Here is a sample of what I mean. Man what we could do if we had reliable winters. It's 11 degrees celsius 52 F to-day.

Photos curtesy of Ian Buchan Photography.

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Posted 28 December 2011 - 02:22 PM

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Posted 30 December 2011 - 03:53 AM

Danny Stewart after the game.




not a big fan of danny stewart is a cheep shot artist- i was a vipers fan, but was watching nottingham v coventry i think a few years back in nottigham and when the play was at the other end of the ice- pc druin was on his was back to the bench after a heavy hit and stewart went and baseball bat swung his stick at him for no reason and layed him flat out!

and hes always up to dirty tricks in everygame ive seen him in

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Posted 30 December 2011 - 03:12 PM

not a big fan of danny stewart is a cheep shot artist- i was a vipers fan, but was watching nottingham v coventry i think a few years back in nottigham and when the play was at the other end of the ice- pc druin was on his was back to the bench after a heavy hit and stewart went and baseball bat swung his stick at him for no reason and layed him flat out!

and hes always up to dirty tricks in everygame ive seen him in


Fair enough. Something like that would colour my opinion of a player too. However you have to take someone as you find him and he hasn't done anything like that in a Flyers jersey. As you probably know Fife Flyers have always been known for clean attacking hockey.............tending to be the victims of any thuggery.

Anyway, that aside, It never rains but it pours.........

Fife Flyers have woken up to-day to find out that Matt Siddall has gone to........
medvescak zagreb will join KHL next year!
http://www.medvescak...12/news520.html



Good luck to him, I wish him the very best. It looks like too good a chance to pass up. Apparently no one, not even the owners or team mates were aware of this move.


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Posted 31 December 2011 - 12:26 PM

Following injuries and and the departure of Matt Siddall Fife flyers let a a 4-2 lead slip but

WIN 5-4 AGAINST DEADLY RIVALS EDINBURGH CAPITALS IN AN AULD YEAR'S DAY SHOOTOUT!

The derby game was delayed to allow a bumper crowd swollen by a huge travelling support from Kirkcaldy.
Club captain, Danny Stewart showing even more grit than he usually does yet again played injured and filled in up front magnificently for the departed crowd hero Matt Siddall.

They play again now in what is sure to be in front of a Kirkcaldy sellout crowd on January 2nd. Exciting times in the old barn again.

A guid New Year tae ye's a' and Lang may yer lum reek!

Edited by Bodee, 31 December 2011 - 12:28 PM.

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Posted 02 January 2012 - 12:08 AM

Do they take women? I am pretty good, I have been known to show up a few guys , and I can skate like the wind :D
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Posted 02 January 2012 - 02:59 AM

Do they take women? I am pretty good, I have been known to show up a few guys , and I can skate like the wind :D


If you are as good as you say you should drop them a line I'm sure you would fit right in :-) If you look a few posts up you will see the Ian Buchan photos ..............we have a few girls playing at junior/peewee. I don't know what the rules are regarding women playing in the Elite league but we are short now of a feisty, in yer face centre since Sidds left.
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Posted 02 January 2012 - 02:15 PM

Bodee - thanks for the udpates. I actually go to St. Andrews University so maybe I can make it to a game or 2 in the future. Can you buy tickets on game day at the rink?


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Posted 02 January 2012 - 03:05 PM

I'm 13 and I play for an "A" Bantam team. If I was 18 I would be in.
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Posted 02 January 2012 - 03:14 PM

Bodee - thanks for the udpates. I actually go to St. Andrews University so maybe I can make it to a game or 2 in the future. Can you buy tickets on game day at the rink?




Yes you can buy them at the game (students 10) or get them Tuesday before game for 1 reduction. If I were you I would wait until the team is at full strength though.

Must warn you also the queues can be pretty long outside in a very dark car park. So better buying earlier in the day and walking up.

Big crowd to-night to watch an extremely poor performance losing the return new years fixture to Edinburgh Capitals 4-1. It was 2-1 with a couple of minutes to go and goals 3 and 4 were scored into an empty goal after Garett Zemlak was in the opinion of many taken off too early.

This team is not fixed yet and fans are starting to wonder how long before Matt Siddall is replaced. (Matt Cohen still out with concussion)
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Posted 03 January 2012 - 04:03 AM

The coach and his assistant mourn missed chances to keep run going.

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 11:36 AM

Flyers in turmoil!

Now Hammy leaves for Carolina. Cohen's injury is lasting longer than it was thought it would and the town is awash with rumours of more departures. Just when things had started to come good we have been dealt a real blow to our progress.

I won't be posting any more until we sort ourselves out.
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Posted 08 January 2012 - 04:50 AM

Flyers are still fighting despite the loss of one of their Brits now. They put on arguably their best performance of the season outshooting the 3rd top team in the League, Sheffield Steelers in a 2-1 home loss.

Interview with Canadian goal tender and cult hero Garrett Zemlak and the Flyers coach.

http://www.youtube.c...layer_embedded#!

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Posted 18 January 2012 - 03:12 PM

Fife Flyers 4 - 3 Braehead Clan
Flyers first win on the road against Braehead Clan (Glasgow) the "millionaire team" had been unbeaten at home so far this season. This result has finally lifted them off the bottom of the League.
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Posted 19 January 2012 - 08:42 AM

An opposition fan's view of his visit to Fife Ice Arena and a match against the Fife Flyers. I thought it might give you an insight as to how others view the Flyers.

Written superbly by "devildan" a fan of the Cardiff Devils Elite Ice Hockey League team.


As you walk into Kirkcaldy Ice Rink you are not quite sure what to expect. The plexiglas only stretches around the end of the boards, the rest is left bare from blue line to blue line. The time keepers box is just an old hockey net that has been turned away from the ice to protect whoever is sat there on a plastic chair. There are no sin bins, players just jump over the boards and sit next to the time keepers net on either side, nothing to stop them getting at each other or the crowds getting at them.

The floor in the stands is made of wood unevenly nailed and the plastic seats (that aren't falling off) send the person sitting in them sliding almost on top of the person in front. It may be sounding like a nightmare but it was far from it, all this just added to the character of the place.

You could see the cracks and the scrapes of history. There is a museum as you enter the building highlighting the memories created in this building with newspaper articles, old jerseys, old trophies and even old pairs of skates from 1936 when the building was first put up.

Sure it couldn't hold a candle up to the facilities of Belfast or Nottingham but it had more life and passion in one brick than can be found in those buildings. There was a great bar for you to visit prior to face off serving food and playing old Flyers videos, a great shop serving all kind of merchandise from bears to hats, pucks to books. This was a real hockey rink and a real hockey community.

As face off loomed and the home town fans came in they turned up and stacked the blocks regardless of the fact their team were sat tenth in the league and out of all cup competitions, the fact that it was hockey had them turning up and lining the boards. The lack of plexi added to the atmosphere you could literally shout at someone on the ice and watch their facial features as they tried not to react.

Previously I have talked about how Dundee could become a fortress with a little bit of work and passion, well if they ever needed an example it sits a short drive down the road.

It's easy to pick up on the problems with this Fife team, the short bench they have been riding most of the season and how the owners of the team obviously really underestimated the league they were joining but that has been covered and discussed to death and back. This rink and its fan base is one huge tick in the positive column and a team I am glad we have in the Elite League and had the pleasure of visiting.

What happens on the ice happens, once we get to April this team is in the history books and it is all about the next year, tenth place can be forgotten by the fan base and with a correct outlook on the new season and the right pen on paper I think Fife will be the number one place teams will hate to visit.

The singing and the chanting of the home and away sides was off the charts this night, anyone would of thought it was a playoff final! Both teams were taken back with the atmosphere it was really something to behold. Nothing happened on the ice that wasn't sung about and no one could make a play without the sixth man in the crowd getting on their back about it.

This is how hockey should be, stripped back to its roots, in a battered history filled building full of life and electricity. We don't follow this game to see who can hire the most imports or which team's players have played the most games in the top leagues, we follow it for nights like these.

Two passionate teams and fan bases going head to head and giving everything they have for sixty minutes. More memories and more history were created in a building that already had it spilling out the sides. If you ever get the chance visit the Flyers do so, from beginning to end it was one of the best hockey nights I have ever attended.



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http://www.behindthenet.co.uk/

Edited by Bodee, 19 January 2012 - 08:46 AM.

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Posted 21 January 2012 - 02:52 PM

Fife Flyers 3-2 Coventry Blaze

Flyers win SO with Garrett Zemlak saving all three shots and Flyers Kadric nets winner.

The Sky TV camera were at the Old Barn to catch the Flyer's second win on the trot. They came from 2 goals down to peg Coventry back with 2 goals in the 3rd period to take the game into OT and the deciding shootout.

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Posted 21 January 2012 - 07:59 PM

Sounds like they're competitive, and are playing better than their record indicates.
Still going to try and make it to a game sometime.


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Posted 22 January 2012 - 04:29 AM

Sounds like they're competitive, and are playing better than their record indicates.
Still going to try and make it to a game sometime.


Tonight might show us how far we have come when we go down to Nottingham to take on the team second in the league. It's not ideal travelling all the way down there by bus (5-6 hrs) having played a hard game the previous day but the weather is nice and sunny so it shouldn't be too bad.

Unfortunately our USA star D Matt Cohen is still out with concussion and he is sadly missed. If you have read any of my earlier posts you will know that he and Garrett Zemlak carried the D while the local boys were trying to get up to speed. It is a shame he is missing some of the good performances now.
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Posted 22 January 2012 - 04:36 AM

I'm 13 and I play for an "A" Bantam team. If I was 18 I would be in.


captain lu' I'll look forward to seeing you in our team in 5/6 year's time. Fife Flyers will still be here. After all they have been around since 1937. I just hope we have a new barn by then. Much as I love the atmosphere in the Fife Ice Arena, it is starting to show it's age.

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Posted 23 January 2012 - 10:01 AM

Atmosphere at the FIA................WHERE EVEN THE WOMEN ARE LOUD!

Shoot out.


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Posted 24 January 2012 - 05:27 PM

An opposition fan's view of his visit to Fife Ice Arena and a match against the Fife Flyers. I thought it might give you an insight as to how others view the Flyers.

Written superbly by "devildan" a fan of the Cardiff Devils Elite Ice Hockey League team.


As you walk into Kirkcaldy Ice Rink you are not quite sure what to expect. The plexiglas only stretches around the end of the boards, the rest is left bare from blue line to blue line. The time keepers box is just an old hockey net that has been turned away from the ice to protect whoever is sat there on a plastic chair. There are no sin bins, players just jump over the boards and sit next to the time keepers net on either side, nothing to stop them getting at each other or the crowds getting at them.

The floor in the stands is made of wood unevenly nailed and the plastic seats (that aren't falling off) send the person sitting in them sliding almost on top of the person in front. It may be sounding like a nightmare but it was far from it, all this just added to the character of the place.

You could see the cracks and the scrapes of history. There is a museum as you enter the building highlighting the memories created in this building with newspaper articles, old jerseys, old trophies and even old pairs of skates from 1936 when the building was first put up.

Sure it couldn't hold a candle up to the facilities of Belfast or Nottingham but it had more life and passion in one brick than can be found in those buildings. There was a great bar for you to visit prior to face off serving food and playing old Flyers videos, a great shop serving all kind of merchandise from bears to hats, pucks to books. This was a real hockey rink and a real hockey community.

As face off loomed and the home town fans came in they turned up and stacked the blocks regardless of the fact their team were sat tenth in the league and out of all cup competitions, the fact that it was hockey had them turning up and lining the boards. The lack of plexi added to the atmosphere you could literally shout at someone on the ice and watch their facial features as they tried not to react.

Previously I have talked about how Dundee could become a fortress with a little bit of work and passion, well if they ever needed an example it sits a short drive down the road.

It's easy to pick up on the problems with this Fife team, the short bench they have been riding most of the season and how the owners of the team obviously really underestimated the league they were joining but that has been covered and discussed to death and back. This rink and its fan base is one huge tick in the positive column and a team I am glad we have in the Elite League and had the pleasure of visiting.

What happens on the ice happens, once we get to April this team is in the history books and it is all about the next year, tenth place can be forgotten by the fan base and with a correct outlook on the new season and the right pen on paper I think Fife will be the number one place teams will hate to visit.

The singing and the chanting of the home and away sides was off the charts this night, anyone would of thought it was a playoff final! Both teams were taken back with the atmosphere it was really something to behold. Nothing happened on the ice that wasn't sung about and no one could make a play without the sixth man in the crowd getting on their back about it.

This is how hockey should be, stripped back to its roots, in a battered history filled building full of life and electricity. We don't follow this game to see who can hire the most imports or which team's players have played the most games in the top leagues, we follow it for nights like these.

Two passionate teams and fan bases going head to head and giving everything they have for sixty minutes. More memories and more history were created in a building that already had it spilling out the sides. If you ever get the chance visit the Flyers do so, from beginning to end it was one of the best hockey nights I have ever attended.



Taken from:


http://www.behindthenet.co.uk/


Sounds like it hasn't changed in the 5 or so years since I've been there. It needs a huge renovation.

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Posted 25 January 2012 - 12:26 PM

The thing is the hardcore Flyers fans don't want to change it. They love the atmosphere and the history. They have seen what other financially strapped teams have come up with and they don't like them. Boxy industrial farmyard barns with not a vestige of soul.

I don't think the players mind as the ice is considered to be one of the best and the dressing rooms have been upgraded recently. (although I have not seen them myself )

I made a similar comment to yourself at the start of the season, as I hadn't been there for about 10 years.............and I got slaughtered by the regulars.

I would agree however with the Cardiff fan that the atmosphere when packed is better than most of the other arenas...........fortress like and responsible for much of the Club's success over the decades.

At the moment though the most pressing thing is to get a competitive team on the ice, which with injuries and departures is not proving to be easily attainable.
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Posted 29 January 2012 - 04:08 PM

From Dundee.

Dundee 1-4 Fife Flyers.

Fife Flyers took a big support up to Dundee and were rewarded with a 4-1 win. Matt Cohen the USA D was back after concussion and chipped in with a goal. MoM went to Garrett Zemlack the young Canadian goalie.
Flyers off the bottom for the first time this season.
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Posted 29 February 2012 - 05:15 AM

Hockey put into perspective for us all.

Fife Flyers coach loses his wife and unborn twins, as the whole of UK hockey unites in sympathy.

http://www.thecourie...cy-tragedy.html
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Posted 04 June 2012 - 02:33 AM

A New Season approaches and Fife Flyers are signing again so if you missed out on the drama last season here is a chance to get your application in for this season...........

This is FIFE FLYERS 75TH ANNIVERSARY! ..............the oldest and arguably,most famous hockey team in the UK.

Let's not guild the lilly here, last season did not go well for the Flyers as anyone who has read the above will know, a poor season on the ice ended tragically off the ice for all connected with the Club when the Coach Todd Dutiaume lost his wife and unborn twins.

The Flyers do have excuses for last season. They were accepted late and they were even later in making up their roster. They chose to go in "light" on imports and although the lads from across the pond who joined were all exceptional (in UK Elite League terms) they were too few and had to bear a heavy load due to injuries and the local boys being "off the pace"

These young local lads came on in leaps and bounds and are now more up to the task and battle hardened.

There were a few good highlights, the best of which was our Canadian net minder Garrett Zemlak, winning the Elite League Player of the Year. An accolade where the fans of ALL the clubs vote for the player who in their mind was the most outstanding performer. A Flyer's Legend in only one season.

Off course we would like him back but he was obviously made for a higher standard than the Elite League in the opinion of many and while he may not yet achieve his ambition of playing in the NHL I'm positive that many an AHL team could do worse than give him a chance.

Matt Siddall emerged as a star for us and went on to be a star in Zagreb where the crowds are on a par with the AHL and occasionally the NHL.
Mike Hamilton earned a spot with an AHL team somewhere in the southern states. They saw the Flyers as a stepping stone to bigger things and good luck to them, they left with the warmest thanks for their efforts on Flyer's behalf.

Anyway, there you have it, if you think (after reading the above) you fancy a European adventure to the home of golf (and British Ice Hockey) and you have the grit, size and skill to perform in a tough league, why not get in touch or get your agent to contact Todd or Danny Stewart at Fife Flyers.

It should be another roller coaster ride, an adventure and a great experience.

Edited by Bodee, 04 June 2012 - 04:42 AM.

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 08:26 AM

Fife Flyers Promotional Video


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Posted 16 June 2012 - 02:35 AM

First Canadian signed.

Fife Flyers have announced the signing of 27 years old Canadian defenceman, Jeff Caister for the new 2012/13 Elite League ice hockey season.

The 6ft 2ins player was born in Mississauga, Ontario and was named in the NCAA All Star team in season 2007/08 when he played with Wayne State University.
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Posted 16 June 2012 - 10:58 AM

Fife Flyers Promotional Video



You guys play in curling rinks? I saw circles on of the rinks in the vid.

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Posted 17 June 2012 - 01:53 AM

You guys play in curling rinks? I saw circles on of the rinks in the vid.


Yes we have always played on a dual purpose rink. For a long time it was one of the ways we made money to support the junior coaching and as you are no doubt aware Scotland is the home of curling.

Every year there is talk of moving to a new rink (similar to CDC with the Canucks jersey and intro music) and every year it is batted down because the hardcore fans don't want to move to what they call "Industrial Farm Buildings" (Dundee play in one and I must say it wouldn't matter to me where the Flyers played as long as it was big enough to accommodate the support and had the required facilities.)

You have to understand, there are no frills in our hockey. It is all about the game, the players and the fan connection. As for the imports, they don't seem to mind the lack of frills, I'm sure the friendliness of the locals and the amenities all around Fife make up for that. This is borne out by the fact that many of the imports are persuaded to join by Canadian and USA ex-players.

75 years is a long time to keep a hockey team thriving in a town of 55,000..........I'm very proud of my team.

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Posted 17 June 2012 - 02:13 AM

This is so neat.

Always love seeing hockey growing in other countries.

Thanks for sharing. Now I have a team to cheer for in the UK. Next time I'm in the UK again I'll definitely check out a game.

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