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Fife Flyers
LogoFifeFlyers
League Northern League, Celtic Cup
Founded 1938
History Fife Flyers
1938-Present</br>
Arena Fife Ice Arena
Capacity 3280
City Kirkcaldy, Scotland
Team Colours White, Gold and Blue
Directors Tom Muir, Tom Muir(Snr), Jack Wishart
Head coach Flag of Canada Todd Dutiaume
Team Captain Flag of Scotland Jamie Wilson
Ownership Kirkcaldy Ice Hockey Club
Website http://www.fifeflyers.co.uk
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1994 program

The Fife Flyers, established in 1938, are the oldest ice hockey team in Scotland, and also in the United Kingdom, beating the Nottingham Panthers by 8 years. Based at the Fife Ice Arena, the team has a history of success through the ages, with over 60 Scottish and British cups and titles to their name.


Facts Edit

First Game: October 1st 1938, vs Dundee Tigers

First Captain: Les Lovell Snr

First Goal Scorer: Norman McQuade

Since Fife Flyers entry in to the amateur Scottish Premier Hockey League, they have won 11 out of 12 trophies whilst recording a new club record of 47 consecutive wins and a 50 game unbeaten run, which stretched from September 2006 to April 2007.

The teams longest serving player is Gordon Latto(Snr) who started playing with Fife Flyers in 1972, and retired in 1998, recording 974 games with a points total of 1265pts.

2010-2011 Roster Edit

Mascot
Number
00 Flag of Scotland Sam the Bear Tillicoultry, Scotland
Goaltenders
Number Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
31 Flag of Scotland Blair Daly L 2005 Edinburgh, Scotland
61 Flag of Scotland John Nicol L 2009 Bowmore, Scotland
Defencemen
Number Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
2 Flag of Scotland Thomas Muir R 2002 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
3 Flag of Scotland Derek King R Kirkcaldy, Scotland
4 Flag of Scotland Chris Wands R 2004 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
6 Flag of Scotland Aaron Greger R 2008 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
14 Flag of Scotland Daniel McIntyre L 2007 Edinburgh, Scotland
51 Flag of Scotland Chad Reekie R 2010 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
Forwards
Number Player Shoots Position Acquired Place of Birth
8 Flag of Scotland Josh Scoon R 2008 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
9 Flag of Scotland Chris Linton * * 2010 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
10 Flag of Scotland Steven Gunn R RW 2005 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
11 Flag of Canada Todd Dutiaume R LW 1998 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
12 Flag of Scotland Steven King L C 1991 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
13 Flag of Scotland Steven Lynch L C 2007 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
19 Flag of Scotland Steven McAlpine R LW 2005 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
22 Flag of Scotland Daryl Venters R LW 2010 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
23 Flag of Scotland Jamie Wilson L LW 2004 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
24 Flag of Scotland Andy Samuel L C 2006 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
26 Flag of Scotland Liam Greig L C 2010 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
34 Flag of Scotland Marc Fowley R C 2009 ?, Scotland
Staff
Number Player Position Acquired Place of Birth
-- Flag of Canada Todd Dutiaume Head Coach 1998 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
-- Flag of Scotland Steven Lynch Assistant Coach 2007 Kirkcaldy, Scotland
-- Flag of Scotland Trainer [[]], Scotland
-- Flag of Scotland Colin McAlpine Equip. Manager [[]], Scotland


Retired Jersey Numbers Edit

Player Records Edit

Season Records

  • Most Points: 1265 - Gordon Latto(Snr): (1972-1998)
  • Most Goals in a Season: 108 - Dave Stoyanovich (1984/85)
  • Most Assists in a Season: 117 - Dave Stoyanovich (1986/87)
  • Most Points in a Season: 189 - Mark Morrison (1993/94); 188 - Bud Scrutton (1948/49; ) 185 - Dave Stoyanovich (1984/85) & Chick Mann (1948/49)
  • Most Powerplay Goals in a Season: 38 - Russell Monteith (1999/00)
  • Most Shorthanded Goals in a Season: 13 - Doug Smail (1993/94)
  • Most Shut-Outs in a Season: - 5 Roy Reid (1964/65)


Game Records (All Players)

  • Fastest Goal in 1 Game: 6 seconds - Les Lovell (1975)
  • Most Goals in 1 Game: 13 - Dave Stoyanovich (1984)
  • Most Assists in 1 Game: 13 - Steve Moria (1987)
  • Most Points in 1 Game: 17 - Richard LaPlante (1991)


Game Records (Home Based Players)

  • Most Goals in 1 Game: 8 - Jimmy Spence (1964) 7, Les Lovell (1976), John Haig (1997)
  • Most Assists in 1 Game: 9 - Gordon Latto(Snr) (1977), Ally Brennan (1976)
  • Most Points in 1 Game: 11 - Gordon Latto(Snr), John Taylor & Les Lovell (all 1977) 10 - John Haig & Steven King (1997) 9 - Chic Cottrell (1974)

BIHWA Hall of Fame Inductees Edit

Flag of Canada Floyd Snider (1951) Flag of Scotland Jack Dryburgh (1991) Flag of Scotland Lawrie Lovell (1992) Flag of Scotland Gordon Latto (1999) Flag of Canada Jim Lynch (2001)

All Star Honours Edit

Player of the Year Trophy[1]

Coach of the Year Trophy[2]


Player's Player of the Year

Netminder of the Year

Ahearne Medal

Rookie of the Year

  • Flag of Scotland Chic Cottrell 1970/71

Young Player of the Year

  • Flag of Scotland Iain Robertson 1989/90

Notable Former Players Edit

Honours Edit

  • Celtic League Playoffs: 2008/09, 2009/10
  • Celtic League Cup: 2008/09, 2009/10
  • British National League: 1999/2000, 2003/04
  • Grand Slam: 1977, 1999/2000, 2005/06, 2006/07
  • British Champions: 1976/77, 1977/78, 1984/85, 1998/99, 1999/2000
  • Scottish Premier Hockey League Champions: 2007/08
  • Scottish Premier League Play-off: 2007/08
  • Northern League Play-off: 2007/08, 2008/09
  • Northern League Champions: 1976/77, 1977/78, 1996/97, 1997/98, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08
  • Autumn Cup: 1949/50, 1972, 1975, 1976, 2005, 2008
  • Grandstand Trophy: 1964/65, 1966/67
  • Spring Cup: 1974/75, 1975/76, 1976/77
  • Anderson Trophy: 1938/39, 1946/47, 1948/49, 1949/50
  • Airlie Trophy: 1953/54
  • McPherson Trophy: 1939
  • Silver Jubilee Trophy: 1948
  • Coronation Cup: 1948/49
  • Scottish League: 1939/40, 1948/49, 1949/50, 1963/64, 1990/91, 1995/96, 2005/06, 2006/07
  • Scottish Cup: 1984/85, 1993/94, 1994/95, 1997/98, 1998/99, 1999/2000, 2000/01, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2008/09, 2009/10
  • Skol Cup: 1964, 1964/65, 1966/67, 1967/68, 1970/71, 1973/74, 1976/77
  • Scottish Canada Cup: 1949/50
  • STV Trophy: 1964/65
  • Directors Trophy: 1965
  • Cola-Cola Trophy: 1964/65
  • Slapshot Trophy: 1977
  • Evening News Trophy: 1976/77
  • Forth Challenge Trophy: 1983
  • Northumbria Cup: 1976/77
  • Taws Trophy: 1990/91
  • Christmas Cup: 1999/2000
  • Caledonia Cup: 2002/03, 2003/04
  • Findus Challenge Cup: 2001/02

References Edit

  1. Player of the Year Trophy. Ice Hockey Journalists UK. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved on 2007-05-27.
  2. Coach of the Year Trophy. Ice Hockey Journalists UK. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved on 2007-05-27.

External links Edit

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