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Ice Hockey Supporters Association UK
The Ice Hockey Supporters Association UK is a defunct supporters association, created in April 2005 by a group of fans disgruntled with the situation which British Ice Hockey found itself in during the 2004-2005 season. Initially formed in response to the news that the Bracknell Bees owner John Nike was removing his support for the sport, which in turn signalled the collapse of the British National League, and the near collapse of a number of its member clubs. Despite a promising beginning, the association lost momentum, and was effectively closed in 2007-2008, having been replaced by the British Ice Hockey Supporters Association.