Edinburgh Capitals Ice Hockey
Edinburgh Capitals Ice Hockey
IN-FORM Richard Hartmann could be the key as Edinburgh Capitals go back-to-back with Scottish ice hockey rivals Braehead Clan this weekend.
EDINBURGH CAPITALS are off the bottom of the Elite League although their Challenge Cup hopes took a nose-dive last night.
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SLOVAKIAN forward Rene Jarolin claimed a hat-trick as Edinburgh Capitals ended their winless run at the 39th attempt last night with arch ice hockey rivals Fife Flyers on the receiving end.
Latvian forward Marcis Zembergs is the latest addition of Edinburgh Capitals line-up for next season.
KYLE HORNE today said goodbye to Edinburgh Capitals by revealing his move back to Fife Flyers was for his family.
Edinburgh CAPITALS open their home league season with a visit from Elite League play-off champions Nottingham Panthers on Sunday, September 11.
THE longest serving player for Edinburgh Capitals has parted company with the club in his testimonial year.
MARTIN CINGEL'S contribution to Edinburgh Capitals will be celebrated at a dinner/dance next week.
EDINBURGH Capitals owner Scott Neil comes face-to-face with fans at a forum tomorrow at the Riverside Suite, Murrayfield Ice Rink, 7.30pm.
EDINBURGH Capitals have not yet committed to another season in the Elite League it emerged today.
MARTIN Cingel blasted the puck into Cardiff Devils net last night and fans are now wondering if that could that be the last goal scored in the Elite League by an Edinburgh Capitals player.
JASON SILVERTHORN is one of ice hockey's most potent snipers to have graced the Murrayfield rink and proved last Sunday that he still possesses great skill.
EDINBURGH CAPITALS earned another record last night but it's one they'll want to forget.
EDINBURGH CAPITALS sad season continued at the weekend when they were thrashed at home and slipped up on the road to take their losing run to 23 in a row.
Dejected Edinburgh Capitals skipper Martin Cingel admitted his frustration today after as the Murrayfield ice hockey side lost their 21st game in a row.
THE nightmare continues. Edinburgh Capitals lost their 21st straight Elite League game last night, ironically, in front of one of their biggest attendances due to a cut-price ticket scheme.
Martin CINGEL today urged Edinburgh Capitals ice hockey players to keep applying themselves despite a horrendous run of 19 straight defeats.
Edinburgh CAPITALS failed to halt their losing streak last night as they went down 8-4 to Dundee CCS Stars in the inaugural East Coast Cup in the city of Discovery. The Tayside ice hockey team, beaten 5-2 at Kirkcaldy in their opening match in the round robin event, were comfortable winners.
EDINBURGH CAPITALS were today further away from their target of a play-off place after back-to-back weekend defeats.
EDINBURGH CAPITALS have been granted permission by Elite League ice hockey rivals Dundee CCS Stars to talk to the Tayside team's Czech Republic-born forward Michal Beca.