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#121 Bodee

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 12:55 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.


Armada, Next time you are in the UK especially Scotland I guarantee you will enjoy Fife and the surrounding area. Come in the hockey season and you will be amazed not only by how enthusiastic the fans are but with how friendly they are. There are none louder and none more passionate.

The younger fans often meet up with the players at the local nightclub (Kitty's) and in my day the players used to come into the Ice Rink bar after the match (usually to celebrate because they seldom lost) and mix, chat and have a few drinks with the fans.

As said in the video if you are into golf or culture..........or both there is plenty to do in Fife and the surrounds. The weather unfortunately can be a lottery though. Even now the weather is hardly what you would call Summer and yet we were getting record hot temperatures in March.

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 08:45 AM

ANOTHER CANADIAN DEFENCEMAN JOINS FLYERS

Following the signing of Jeff Caister last week, Fife Flyers are delighted to announce that Caister's former team-mate, Derek Keller has also joined the Kirkcaldy club for the 2012/2013 season.

Derek, a 5ft 11 ins, 25 years old Canadian defenceman, played alongside Jeff with St Lawrence University before linking up with him once again at South Carolina Stingrays in the East Coast Hockey League in North America. Last season, Keller was joined at Stingrays by Mike Hamilton, who left Flyers over the Christmas period for the South Carolina organisation.

Flyers' Assistant Coach, Danny Stewart said of his signing, 'Derek is a good skating and puck moving defenceman that will be able to play for us in all situations. He is a former captain of a great NCAA programme at St Lawrence University and has been with the South Carolina Stingrays of the ECHL ever since he left college.'

'He is a solid all round player that will log a lot of minutes and help us greatly with our special teams. We wanted to bring in guys that can play all over the ice and are good people on the locker room and Derek definitely gives all of that. This, along with the signing of Jeff Caister, gives us two very good defencemen from the ECHL and is a great start in building this team for next season.'

Speaking from his home in Saskatchewan, Derek commented, 'I am very excited to have joined Fife Flyers and to become a part of their long history and tradition. My goal is to help bring our fans and exciting brand of hockey together with a winning season. I am so looking forward to coming to Scotland.'

Head Coach, Todd Dutiaume added, 'Derek is another good signing and we are also pleased with the progress we are making in our talks to other players and as soon as we get them tied up we'll let the fans know immediately.'
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Posted 17 August 2012 - 02:07 AM

Well guys, no lockout in the UK and I am excited to see how much my team has improved over last season. Given the small scale way we approached last season and the bad luck that seemed to follow; most of the fans feel that despite these handicaps we still showed the other teams in the league that we have a very strong and vociferous fan base who gets right behind the team no matter the results.

This year is the Flyer's 75th anniversary having first stepped onto the ice in the old barn way back in 1938. We don't really have the finances to make too big a splash, my club is owned by a couple of local businessmen who are hardly in the millionaire class. That said I have heard that the players will by welcomed by brand new dressing room facilities (at last, I hear some of the ex-players out there who have said above how they thought they were a bit antiquated and that was them probably being polite )

This Club has never been about the money though and I think that is why it has been so successful and survived for so long while others with supposedly much more financial clout have fallen by the wayside.

This team is a part of Fife and a Kirkcaldy institution. The Fife Flyers fan is working class and born with a hockey DNA. It's the fan's kids who play pewee hockey and come up through the various teams and if they prove good enough eventually play for the Flyers.

Our local lads all hold down full time or part time jobs and yet find the time to train with the imports and manage the excessive travelling involved. All these things are appreciated by the fans and you will never see a Fife Flyers player attacked on the forums like you see on the Canucks forum. (that is probably why I defend so many of them.........I just don't understand it)

A word here for Tim Maxwell who unfortunately took one concussion too many and has been forced to retire. If Tim happens to see this or anyone knows him, the Fife fans are devastated by this news and were very much looking forward to you coming back. You were a player who came in part way through the season but your style and attitude on and off the ice endeared you to the Fife Fans. Good luck to you and your family and all the best in your new career.

Here is a small round up video


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Posted 03 September 2012 - 09:33 AM

Getting off to a Flyer............Is this a sign of what we can do this Season?


Courtesy of Forum Mod FifeFlyers.

"Fife Flyers were crowned the Scottish Autumn Cup champions after a dominant performance in the inaugural final over Braehead Clan. Flyers got off to a dream start when Jason Pitton grabbed his 1st goal of the night after just 15 seconds when he opened the scoring. It was not long before Flyers bagged their 2nd when at 4:17, Pitton grabbed his 2nd of the evening after Zach Carriveau banged off the crossbar for Pitton to mop up and make it 2-0. Braehead pulled one back less than 2 minutes later when they capitalised on the powerplay. Brock McPherson tapped in a shot from the point to make it 2-1. The first period ended 3-2 in favour of Braehead after Robert Farmer got his 1st of the evening at 14:54, before grabbing his 2nd of the evening with 17:28 played.



Despite coming out 3-2 down for the 2nd period Flyers were the dominant team and quickly levelled things up at 22:58 when player/coach Todd Dutiaume scored to pull it back to 3-3, before Casey Haines put Flyers back in front less than a minute later making it 4-3.



Things were starting to get feisty, and a scuffle in the corner near the Flyers goal saw Adam Walker go to the box for 2+2 after an accidental high sticks, Clan’s Maunu then found himself in the box shortly after, which gave the Flyers a 2 minute 5 on 3 which saw Jason Pitton capitalise on the powerplay, to send Flyers 5-3 up. With less than 3 minutes to go Danny Stewart and Ryan Watt dropped the gloves at centre ice and went toe-to-toe with Stewart coming out the winner after sending Watt to the ice. Danny Stewart sat out for 5 minutes, whilst Ryan Watt was given 5 minutes for fighting, plus a 2+10 for instigating. The 2nd period finished 5-3 for Flyers and the shots on goals were heavily in Flyers favour 16-6.



Could it be another quick start to the final period for Fife? Well yes, with only 43:03 played in the period, Jason Pitton grabbed his 4th goal of the evening and sent the crowd crazy as the lead was increased to 6-3. Flyers final goal came just over a minute later when at 44:38 Kris Hogg grabbed his 2nd goal of the weekend to make it 7-3 Flyers. From that point on it was a case of damage limitation for Braehead as the game drew to a close."




While this is a pre season tournament it looks as if Fife Flyers have learned a few lessons. I still think they could be caught short if any of their import players

(9 imports as opposed to most other teams having 11)

take injuries like last year but it seems our local lads have raised their game and their fitness levels.



Still I am lookinng forward to my first game this weekend when the real start to the League season begins.


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Posted 04 September 2012 - 01:39 AM


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Posted 06 September 2012 - 04:23 AM

Not hockey, just a cool film on Edinburgh which is only 25 miles away and looks across the River Forth (home of the iconic Forth Bridge) to Fife.






More shots of Edinburgh ............from an unusual perspective.




Edinburgh and West.


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Posted 06 September 2012 - 06:41 PM

I'd do it no doubt. But I can't play... Is that good enough?
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Posted 06 September 2012 - 07:08 PM

Not hockey, just a cool film on Edinburgh which is only 25 miles away and looks across the River Forth (home of the iconic Forth Bridge) to Fife.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrpLH0eottc


Great video, love the choice to use Nine Inch Nails for the music. I am looking forward to going back to Edinburgh. My girlfriend and I visited Scotland in 2007 and we are planning to go back there for a year starting in 2014. Can't wait!

EDIT: would also love to check out some hockey while I'm over there =)

Edited by Mr. S, 06 September 2012 - 07:19 PM.

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Posted 07 September 2012 - 02:33 AM

Great video, love the choice to use Nine Inch Nails for the music. I am looking forward to going back to Edinburgh. My girlfriend and I visited Scotland in 2007 and we are planning to go back there for a year starting in 2014. Can't wait!

EDIT: would also love to check out some hockey while I'm over there =)


I have added a cool video of Scottish bike rider Danny MacAskill traveling back home to Skye.......you should try to include a trip there when you next come over. Late Spring or end of Summer is best.
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Posted 07 September 2012 - 03:52 AM

Quirky video of a BC boy...........do any of you know him?

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 09:45 AM

Fife Flyers have got off to a good start winning 5 out of their first 6 games, losing out in a 7 goal thriller to Coventry.


1/9/2012 - Autumn Cup

Fife Flyers

Edinburgh Capitals

8:00pm


2-1 W



2/9/2012 - Autumn Cup

Braehead Clan

Fife Flyers

8:00pm


3-7 W



71: Jason Pitton

8/9/2012 - CC

Fife Flyers

Edinburgh Capitals

7:15pm


2-0 W



31: Bryan Pitton

9/9/2012 - League

Coventry Blaze

Fife Flyers

5:15pm


4-3 L



31: Bryan Pitton

15/9/2012 - League/CC

Fife Flyers

Braehead Clan

7:15pm


5-1 W



6: Casey Haines

16/9/2012 - CC

Edinburgh Capitals

Fife Flyers

31: Bryan Pitton

6:00pm


2-4 W






Here is an interesting interview with Flyers youngest player, 21 year old Josh Scoon. Fitting in pro hockey with his University studies can't be easy but it says a lot for the lad's dedication.

I like the way he describes his philosophy on fighting :) looks can be deceptive, he may look like a choir boy but he knows how to get stuck in



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Posted 19 September 2012 - 02:40 AM

The new Flyers kit............it seems to have brought them a change in form but I must say I'm not liking the away jersey ........too much "tartan" in it. Tartan belongs on a kilt or a scarf for me but I suppose being a Scottish team having it's 75th anniversary made the tartan theme appropriate. ????? right :)


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Posted 23 September 2012 - 02:02 AM

Another win for Flyers as they put Dundee away with a 5-2 victory.

A difficult game caused by the 1hr delay to the start due to non appearance of the Doctor...........Yes we have to employ an outside Doctor as we can't afford to have medical staff on the payroll. This is general throughout this League though. The rules prevent the game starting without a qualified Doctor in attendance.

Our next game to-night will be more indicative of where we stand as it will be a rematch with Coventry, the only team to have beaten us so far this season.

It should be said that Flyers certainly seem to have struck it lucky with their Canadian boys this year. They are sharp and a lot more physical than the lads we had last year (who nevertheless were all good players for us, I have to add) That combining with how well the local lads have developed seems to have made a difference to our results.


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Posted 23 September 2012 - 02:08 PM

Flyers round up another good weekend with a SO 3-2 win over Coventry
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Posted 25 September 2012 - 03:08 AM

This should make things interesting.

Rumour is that other top EIHL teams like Sheffield and Belfast will follow suit. There is no way the Flyers could come anywhere near affording an NHL or even an AHL player on loan though. Flyers have always thrived on team spirit and a hostile home crowd environment more than "star players"

Nevertheless this guy is a monster and I wonder how he will cope with the bigger playing surface. He may come back to the NHL with less skill but greater fitness ..........who knows.

From the BBC Sport website.



Nottingham Panthers sign NHL forward Anthony Stewart

Nottingham Panthers have taken advantage of the lock-out in the NHL by signing Carolina Hurricanes forward Anthony Stewart on a short-term deal.
There are currently no matches in the NHL because of a pay dispute between owners and players.
Continue reading the main story

The support from management in bringing this about has been fantastic”
Corey Neilson

Panthers player-coach Corey Neilson said: "I'm genuinely thrilled to see him joining us, for however long.
"The lock-out has opened up some doors to bring in someone of Anthony's character and ability."
Many of the NHL players have decided to stay in North America and play in the American Hockey League, the step below the NHL, while some have decided to find clubs in Europe.
During the last lock-out in 2004-05, numerous NHL players played in the UK's Elite League and the Panthers signed defenceman Nick Boynton, who went on to win the Stanley Cup with Chicago Blackhawks in 2010.
The Panthers also brought in fellow defenceman Ian Moran and forward Steve McKenna and the trio helped Nottingham reach the play-offs in 2005 but lost 2-1 to Coventry in the final.
Neilson added: "The support from management in bringing this about has been fantastic.
"The boss picked up the baton less than 24 hours ago and, with backing from the chairman, here we are making an announcement of this nature. Fantastic."

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Posted 29 September 2012 - 02:38 AM

Things are heating up. To-night we take on arguably the 3rd best team in the league...........Belfast Giants. Here's a promo. Look out for 3rd goal...............Bieksa in reverse.


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Posted 29 September 2012 - 01:55 PM

You should send some of those boys over to play for the Whitecaps cause the ones originally sent from Scotland can't do anything.
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Posted 29 September 2012 - 02:14 PM

You should send some of those boys over to play for the Whitecaps cause the ones originally sent from Scotland can't do anything.


We haven't had a decent football player in Scotland for 20years............Too stupid and no dedication. Soccer is dying in Scotland.
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Posted 01 October 2012 - 11:26 AM

Not there yet.

Flyers fall 3-1 to last years champions Belfast Giants and proved there is still some way to go before we can beat the best. Big improvement from last year but still a bit to go.


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Posted 14 October 2012 - 08:13 AM

Fife Flyers put Belfast Giants narrow defeat behind them to beat Sheffield Steelers 4-2.

Here is an interesting view of visiting the Fife Flyers Arena on match night by a Steelers fan..........


Quote: I went last night.

It was a good night of Hockey. The Flyers simply outwitted the Steelers.

I loved the Fife Club.

You could feel the tradition from 2 hours before the game; it was great to be a part of. The rink is an old bump and grind sort of place; the food was reasonably priced and delicious. It was like home made food not the plastic junk we witness at home. The bars were reasonably priced and welcoming. The fans were welcoming - the rink announcer was welcoming; not once did he feel the need to try and belittle the away team - RESPECT!

Earwigging the period break chatter around the rink I heard seasoned, educated Hockey fans with their near perfect analysis of the game so far. (And I understood the accents too) What great fans. I loved the way they jumped on the back of our new guy (NHLer Sestito) - and actually, not since Barry Neikar have I seen a player lap up the banter and seem to enjoy it so much.

When Fife won, their chants for their team reminded me of the prison scene at the end of the film "The Italian Job" where the gangster walks down the steps inside the jail to the unison chorus and banging of tea trays. To a man the Flyers fans chanted the victory of their team in Unison. It was a pleasure to behold - even though we were the losers.

Despite the humiliation on the ice (yes humiliation) it was a good night of Hockey. I'll be back !

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Posted 24 March 2013 - 12:19 PM

FIFE FLYERS INTO THE PLAYOFFS!


Well guys I didn't want to say anything before now in case I jinxed it but in only their 2nd season in the Professional League, Fife Flyers have made it into the playoffs. Anyone who has followed the story above will realise just how much of a feat this is.

The nearest comparison would be Columbus making the playoffs but even that would not really compare with a small town team run on a shoe string with at least 2 less foreign imports than any of the other teams making the playoffs in competition with the wealthy city teams.

I told you about the disaster last season, losing their best players before the halfway stage, and two others to career ending injuries and culminating in the coach losing his wife and twins. Who would have thought he and the team would have bounced back so well.

I never doubted the fans ability to raise this team up beyond their potential and anyone who knew their long and glorious history would know it wouldn't belong before they could do the town proud.

It is only the playoffs and they are still a good bit behind the top teams in resources (and always will be......there are no millionaire owners behind the Flyers) but I can guarantee one thing if it comes down to who has the loudest most raucous fans, Flyers will be in at the death.


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Posted 24 March 2013 - 01:50 PM

Great stuff, Bodee. Keep keepin' us posted. :towel:
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Posted 30 March 2013 - 03:56 PM

Fife Flyers win first playoff leg against top of the league Nottingham in front of a sell out crowd 4-2

In an almost surreal atmosphere the Fife team upset all the odds by defeating the Champions in a rugged and sometimes bad tempered game.

The magnitude of this win is shown by champions Nottingham's 35pt lead over 7th placed Flyers. Flyers had been on the wrong end of some big hammerings from the english team during the regular season.

The realists amongst the Fife fans now wonder if it will be enough to see them achieve an aggregate win as they had been up 4-0 at the end of the 2nd. Both teams now travel to Nottingham for to-morrow night's aggregate decider.

Watch this space, can the Fife team in only their 2nd season in the professional league eclipse the odds on favourites?

By the way, in a bazar touch, the game ended with just over a minute to play when one of the Flyers (Hogg) crashed through the plexi glass (Fife Flyers couldn't afford the tougher make and were granted permission to use the plexi glass) Equally incredulously it was rumoured the unplayed time will be added onto to-morrows game duration.


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Posted 31 March 2013 - 09:32 AM

What is the tie-breaker if Nott equals up the aggregate?
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Posted 31 March 2013 - 11:40 AM

What is the tie-breaker if Nott equals up the aggregate?


OT and shoot out.
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Posted 31 March 2013 - 01:19 PM

Sorry folks, they couldn't do it as I suspected.........too much of a gulf this year. (Panthers 3-0 Fife Flyers.......Agg. 5-4)

Still it's been a roller coaster ride and hopefully they will sign up most of the guys again for next season for another shot.
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Posted 31 March 2013 - 04:10 PM

Sounds like they had a good run. Thanks again for the updates.
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Posted 05 April 2013 - 03:07 AM

Last Post..........

Well that was the end of another eventful season. Here Todd Dutiaume gives his thoughts on what was only the second season in the professional league.
I notice he chose to break silence on what many people thought about their playoff game but didn't want to come say and come over as bad losers. We Fifers have always had a bit of a chip on our shoulders regarding refereeing and it seems that even in the Pro League we seem to be the victims of questionable decisions.

As Todd says there was no doubt the better team "in the season" won but sometimes you have to think with all the major sponsorship in England could they really afford the showcase favourite to go out in round one. Canucks fans think they have problems with officiating. There is no equivalent of tv replays or Toronto here, it is all just sorted out on the night and you just have to accept it. Notice the sarcastic and mocking applauding of the officials by the Flyers fans.

I will hopefully be back next season when we will be even better, even noisier and even more successful.

By the way for anyone reading this and playing in a sub AHL but high standard hockey league who fancies a season in Scotland, for the Fife Flyers we tend to rebuild at least half our team every season. So if you think you have what it takes, get in touch with Todd or if you know Mark Morrison (St John's AHL team assistant coach and ex Flyer's coach) have a word with him.

To all who have looked in on this and enjoyed the struggle of an underdog team in a pro hockey league thanks. And don't forget there is far more to see and enjoy on a trip/holiday to Scotland than just the "Auld and famous" Fife Flyers. All the Best.

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 11:39 AM

A Canadian's view of his time with the Fife Flyers.


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