Barons impressive form continues….

TC Cars Solihull Barons : 6
Blackburn Hawks : 2

The TC Cars Solihull Barons showed once again that they are the form side in Division 1 ice hockey with another convincing win which sees them having dropped a single point in the last eight games.

Andy Whitehouse would once more get the Barons final goal of the night (Steve Crampton)

The game started unusually with the Barons a man down and immediately on the penalty kill as a result of taking a 2-minute minor penalty for a late starting game. It was however Solihull who would score first. The Hawks regrouping in their own end mid-way through the penalty were a little to casual with the puck allowing the Barons chasing forward, Niklas Ottosson, to steal the rubber and with a neat backhander from two feet get the opening goal of the evening.


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Barons continue points streak with win over Warriors….

The TC Cars Solihull Barons extended their recent run of good form with an ultimately convincing 5-2 win over the Whitley Warriors on Sunday evening which saw them go seven games unbeaten, leapfrogging their visitors and moving into sixth place in the league.

The opening period would see the two sides very closely matched, trading attacks but playing sound defensive play to break up possession and prevent any side gaining significant spells of goal mouth pressure. The Barons would score first, Luke Brittle firing in a solo effort just after the six minute mark much to the delight of the home crowd though the joy would be short lived. Within a minute, the Warriors Canadian import, Philip Edgar, sent a rocket into the Barons net to level things up and with no further scoring in the first period the sides headed for the locker room a goal a piece.

Phil Mulcahy got the Barons going in the final period…(Steve Crampton)

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