TC Cars Solihull Barons vs Hull Pirates



This season has seen ties between the TC Cars Solihull Barons and the Hull Pirates be both high scoring and very close. Sunday’s game went a little against the grain, slow burning before the Barons came from three nil down against league high fliers, the Pirates, to level things up with a dramatic comeback in the final period only to loose out against the strong opposition in the final ten minutes.

Things get a little heated (Steve Crampton)
Things get a little heated (Steve Crampton)

The visitors were first to find the net as Jason Hewitt shot from the left hand circle to open the scoring just after three minutes. The remainder of the period would remain scoreless but the home side came more into the game and Solihull would consider themselves unlucky not to find the net following a number of very close misses and shots off of the post.

Scrambles round the Hull net (Steve Crampton)
Scrambles round the Hull net (Steve Crampton)

Six minutes into the second period, the Barons found themselves on the wrong end of a 5 on 3 powerplay after giving away what appeared to be two extremely soft penalties. Hewitt again would find the net again from the centre of the left hand circle to put the visitors two up. The final five minutes of the period saw the Barons begin to pick the pace up and push to narrow the scoreline but when the puck fell to Pirate Bobby Chamberlain square in front of the Barons net, the forward took his chance well for Hull number 3.

(Steve Crampton)
Tom Soar is thwarted (Steve Crampton)

With a minute and a half of the second period to go, Ed Eaton gave the home support something to cheer with a sweetly taken shot on the powerplay giving the Barons a mark on the scoresheet and sparking a flurry of Solihull attacks in the final seconds of the period.

Marcus Maynard was a strong force at both ends of the rink (Mike Burrowes)
Marcus Maynard was a strong force at both ends of the rink (Mike Burrowes)

The final period brought the Barons further into the game as Dave Rogers got Solihull’s second goal, another powerplay effort, three minutes into the second period. Within minutes another powerplay and another goal – this time Tomas Janak waiting patiently on the Hull blue line as the puck was circulated until the rubber found its way to him to bring things level with a shot through traffic with 15 minutes still on the clock.

Another solid game from Josh (Mike Burrowes)
Another solid game from Josh (Mike Burrowes)

Barons hopes however were sadly dashed as James Chilcott pushed the Pirates once more into the lead with ten minutes to. Solihull pushed hard but were unable to pull back the goal to force overtime.

Next up has the Barons facing a busy weekend – on Saturday they have long trip north to Dumfries’s Solway Sharks while on Sunday they will welcome old foes the Deeside Dragons to Hobs Moat. Face-off 6:00pm.



Dragons 0 : 15 Billingham Stars
Blackburn Hawks 3 : 6 Solway Sharks
Telford Tigers 8 : 0 Whitley Warriors
Nottingham Lions 2 : 4 Sheffield Steeldogs
Billingham Stars 7 : 5 Solway Sharks
Sheffield Steeldogs 0 : 1 Telford Tigers
Hull Pirates 23 : 0 Dragons




Date Time League Season
January 28, 2018 6:00 pm Moralee Division 2017/18


Solihull Barons0123
Hull Pirates1214

Solihull Barons

# Player Position G A PIM SA GA SV
3Marcus MaynardDefence002000
4Dave RogersDefence100000
6Richard CroweDefence000000
10Dan HarrisonDefence000000
11Edward EatonOffence104000
14Tomas JanakDefence100000
16Andy WhitehouseOffence000000
17Luke BrittleOffence010000
24Philip MulcahyOffence010000
25Daniel BrittleGoalie000000
28Josh NichollsGoalie00249445
36Adam BrittleOffence012000
40Josh BruceOffence012000
44Elliot FarrellOffence000000
79Tom SoarOffence000000
81James MoellerDefence000000
91Niklas OttossonOffence012000
 Total 351449445

Hull Pirates

Position G A PIM SA GA SV


Planet Ice Solihull Ice Rink
Hobs Moat Rd, Solihull B92 8JN