TC Cars Solihull Barons – Telford Tigers N1



TC Cars Solihull Barons : 2
Telford Tigers : 8

In front of a large seasonal crowd, the TC Cars Solihull Barons held the Telford Tigers to account for two periods on Saturday before the Shropshire side stretched their legs, emerging with both points for their evening’s work.

Elliott Farrell cuts through the Tigers (S Crampton)

The Tigers, flying high in the league, wasted little time on getting on the scoreboard as Scott McKenzie fed Jack Watkins for the opening goal two minutes into the game. By five minutes the Barons had levelled up with Josh Bruce providing Andy Whitehouse for a short-handed equaliser. The Tigers however continued to test Solihull, continually pressuring Sam Hewitt in the Barons net and their efforts were rewarded with three further goals before the end of the first period; two from Jason Silverthorn with one from Scott McKenzie.

Matt Maurice can’t quite stretch for the tap in (S Crampton)

The Barons came out much stronger in the second and were able to apply some degree of sustained pressure on the Tigers net. Thomas Hovell, between the pipes for Telford, stood firm however for most of the middle twenty, Niklas Ottosson with a solo effort beating him in the twenty fifth minute. Despite the extra Barons pressure, no further goals could be found but with a 4-2 scoreline going into the final period, there was still the possibility of the home side picking up a point or two from the game.

Scott McKenzie and Luke Brittle share a moment (S Crampton)

The final period however began with the Barons on the penalty kill but with the Tigers sensing a chance to start to put the game to bed, Jason Silverthorn converted to give Telford a three goal buffer. Within minutes the Barons conceded another penalty with Telford’s Scott McKenzie once more making the most of the chance to ease out the visitors advantage further. The Barons continued to push and have their chances but Hovell stood firm. At the other end Telford were having better luck against Sam Hewitt in the Solihull net as McKenzie and Silverthorn continued to pad their stats totals.

Filip Supa works the boards (S Crampton)

The Barons are next on home ice on Sunday the 6th January against further tough competition in the form of the league leading Sheffield Steeldogs. Face-off 6:00pm.

Niklas Ottosson (S Crampton)

Barons Man of the Match, Niklas Ottosson

Jason Silverthorn (S Crampton)

Tigers Man of the Match, Jason Silverthorn

Man of the Match Awards presented by Eric Darkins of Planet Ice Solihull



Next Home Game


Date Time League Season
December 29, 2018 5:15 pm Moralee Division 2018/19


Solihull Barons1102
Telford Tigers N14048

Solihull Barons

# Player Position G A PIM SA GA SV
3Marcus MaynardDefence000000
4Dave RogersDefence002000
6Richard CroweDefence002000
10Dan HarrisonDefence002000
11Edward EatonOffence000000
13Steve CroweDefence000000
14Elliot PerrinDefence000000
15Matt MauriceOffence004000
16Andy WhitehouseOffence100000
21Dale WhiteDefence000000
22Elliot FarrellOffence000000
25Daniel BrittleGoalie000000
26Adam BrittleOffence000000
31Sam HewittGoalie00043835
40Josh BruceOffence010000
77Luke BrittleOffence000000
81James MoellerDefence000000
89Filip SupaOffence000000
91Niklas OttossonOffence100000
 Total 211043835

Telford Tigers N1

Position G A PIM SA GA SV


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