Peterborough Phantoms

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Peterborough Dalrod Phantoms
City Peterborough, United Kingdom
League EPIHL
Founded 2002
Home arena Planet Ice Peterborough
Capacity: 1250
Ice size: 180ft x 85ft
Colours Orange, Blue, White and Black
Owner(s) Phil Wing and Rob Housden
Head coach Slava Koulikov English
Captain James Ferrara English

Website
peterboroughphantoms.com

The Peterborough Phantoms are a British ice hockey team.

The Peterborough Phantoms ice hockey club was founded in 2002. It replaced the former city based team, the Peterborough Pirates, and plays in the same Ice Arena. The team currently competes in the semi-professional English Premier Ice Hockey League (EPIHL) which is the second tier in British ice hockey (below the fully professional Elite league EIHL).

The team won the English Premier League and Cup Double in its first season (2002–03) and retained the Cup the following year. After a gap of four years further silverware arrived with the winning of the 2007–08 Knock-out Cup. This heralded the very successful 2008–09 campaign in which the Phantoms, coached by Canadian Colin Patterson, won the 'Treble' of English Premier League, English Premier Cup and (for the first time in their history) the Play-offs.

The club are associated with the Peterborough Sports Aid Charity and hold charity fund-raising matches on their behalf.

Club honours[edit]

  • Season 2002/03
    • EPIHL League Winners
    • EPIHL English Premier Cup Winners
  • Season 2003/04
    • EPIHL English Premier Cup Winners
  • Season 2007/08
  • Season 2008/2009
    • EPIHL League Winners
    • EPIHL English Premier Cup Winners
    • EPIHL Play-Off cup

2013–14 Team Roster[edit]

Netminders

  •     English #1 - Damien King.
  •     Czech Republic #30 - Kamil Jarina.

Defenders

  •     English #18 - Rob Ferrara.
  •     English #27 - James Hutchinson.
  •     Slovakian #16 - Marcel Petran.
  •     English #23 - Mark Levers.
  •     English #12 - Nathan Pollard.
  •     English #24 - Declan Balmer.
  •     English #55 - Greg Pick.
  •     Slovakian #98 - Jozef Sladok

Forwards

  •     English #79 - Tom Soar.
  •     English #17 - James Ferrara.
  •     English #19 - Luke Ferrara.
  •     English #34 - Slava Koulikov.
  •     English #8 - Lewis Hook.
  •     English #5 - James White.
  •     Slovakian #51 - Erik Piatak.
  •     English #29 - Will Weldon.
  •     Lithuanian #35 - Darius Pliskauskas
  •     English #3 - Alex Whyte.
  •     English #4 - Brad Moore.

Former players[edit]

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