TDC Northern Stars

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Newcastle TDC Northern Stars (Ice Hockey)
Metroradio Arena, Newcastle.jpg
City Newcastle, United Kingdom
League ENIHL
Founded 2010
Colours Blue, Gold, White
Head coach Ivor Bennett & Stephen Foster

Website
northernstarshockey.co.uk

Newcastle TDC Northern Stars were a semi-professional ice hockey team, previously known as the Newcastle ENL Vipers. The Vipers were founded in 2005 and played out of Metro Radio Arena which had a capacity of 5,500. They eventually changed names from the Vipers to the Northern Stars. In 2010 the team moved to Whitley Bay Arena which had a capacity of 3,200. The team was sponsored by TDC Waste Management and competed in the English National Hockey League North 1 Division and the NIHL.

Prior to the 2011/12 season the Northern Stars merged with Billingham Bombers to form the Billingham Stars which also compete in the ENL.

2010 Team Roster[edit]

Head Coach: Ivor Bennett & Stephen Foster[edit]

Goaltenders

  • #01 United Kingdom Mark Watson
  • #41 United Kingdom Mark Thurman

Skaters

  • #02 United Kingdom Stuart Gibbon
  • #04 United Kingdom James Udell
  • #05 United Kingdom James Moss
  • #07 United Kingdom James Mcabe
  • #09 United Kingdom Callum Pattison
  • #10 United Kingdom Richard Emmerson
  • #11 United Kingdom Martyn Davies
  • #12 United Kingdom Alex Lawson
  • #18 United Kingdom Ben Davison
  • #21 United Kingdom Liam Telfer
  • #22 United Kingdom Karl Nelson
  • #24 United Kingdom Jamie Patterson
  • #26 United Kingdom Simon Hehir
  • #31 United Kingdom Ross Hanlon
  • #32 United Kingdom Michael Elder
  • #36 United Kingdom Callum Davies
  • #42 United Kingdom Jimmy Moutrey
  • #44 United Kingdom Anthony Price
  • #89 United Kingdom Graham Robson

2009 Team Roster[edit]

Head Coach: Pete Winn[edit]

Regular Season: 24-20-2-2[edit]

Goaltenders

  • G United Kingdom Richard Lawson
  • G United Kingdom Calvin Khass
  • G United Kingdom Mark Thurman

Defencemen

  • D Canada Jean-Christophe Andre
  • D United Kingdom Martyn Davies
  • D United Kingdom Karl Nelson
  • D United Kingdom Shane Hewitt
  • D United Kingdom Marcus Hinkley
  • D Canada Kevin Corcoran
  • D United Kingdom Richard Emmerson
  • D United Kingdom Simon Hehir
  • D/F United States Mike Hall

Forwards

  • F United Kingdom Alex Lawson
  • F United Kingdom Scott Cooper
  • F United Kingdom Callum Davies
  • F United Kingdom Nathan Salem
  • F United Kingdom Michael Elder
  • F United Kingdom James McCabe
  • F Lithuania Matas Belevicius
  • F Sweden Fredrik Nyman
  • F United Kingdom Peter Zajac
  • F United Kingdom Stuart Gibbon
  • F United Kingdom Anthony Price
  • F United Kingdom Graham Robson
  • F United Kingdom Nathan Salem
  • F United Kingdom Paul Shanks
  • F United Kingdom Andrew Thornton

References[edit]