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A super start with two goals in the opening ten minutes saw Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning to a comfortable – and welcome – home 5-2 victory over Fife Flyers at MK Arena on Sunday. Fife were making their first visit to Milton Keynes since December 2004 when they beat Lightning 8-3 in the British National Winter Cup…

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A pair of quick Manchester Storm goals inside the opening three minutes sent Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning to defeat at MK Arena. The game, played against the background of the news that coach Peter Russell will not be returning to the club next season, saw Andrew McKinney and Ryan Trenz twice defeat goalie Miika…

  Three Cardiff Devils goals in less than five second period minutes wrecked any outside hope Smith Recycling Lightning had of pulling off a shock result against the Elite League leaders as they eventually went down 4-1 at MK Arena on Saturday. Devils’ class – and the fact that they iced almost four complete forward lines…

A spirited fightback proved to be fruitless as Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning went down 5-2 to fellow Elite League expansion team, Guildford Flames, at MK Arena on Saturday. Short-benched Lightning were again missing Tommy Mele, Kyle Essery and Miika Wiikman, all injured, as well the suspended Denny Kearney and the departed Matt Nickerson. The…

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  Sheffield Steelers were left stunned by Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning for the second time at MK Arena on Saturday when Peter Russell’s team inflicted a 5-2 defeat in front of a season record crowd of 2,467. Wins have been hard to come by for injury-hit Lightning in recent weeks so this one was…

Battle bruised Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning eventually succumbed to Nottingham Panthers by a 7-3 scoreline but only after they led 3-1 at MK Arena on Sunday. Already missing injured Tommy Mele and Kyle Essery the home outfit lost the services of netminder Miika Wiikman half way through the game when he had to be…

Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning’s hopes of bagging two vital home points ended in disappointment as they gave up a 3-1 lead to lose 4-3 to Dundee Stars at MK Arena on Saturday. Lightning got off to a flying start, scoring within 37 seconds and making a swift reply after Stars equalised in the second…

It’s advantage Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning after they just came out on top in the first leg of a tense Challenge Cup quarter final against Nottingham Panthers on Friday. A Tommy Mele powerplay goal gave Lightning a 2-1 lead to set them up for the return leg at the Nottingham Ice Arena on January…

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