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Your Smith Recycling MK Lightning hosted current EIHL leaders the Manchester Storm at the weekend and took a 3-2 win – the second time MKL have taken the points on home ice in as many Storm visits this season.   NEXT HOME GAME: After last Saturday’s barnstorming matchup in Nottingham, its the turn of the…

By Paul Brookman Manchester Storm were sent home with defeat ringing in their ears for the second successive visit to MK Arena when Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning chalked up a 3-2 victory on Sunday. The result – only league leaders Storm’s fourth loss in 14 league outings – was a repeat of the score…

By Paul Brookman Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning suffered disappointment in the first of their three matches in Scotland when they went down to a late Fife Flyers goal in in Kirkcaldy on Friday. Lightning battled back to tie the scores at 2-2 at the second break after falling two goals behind before Flyers grabbed…

By Paul Brookman A dramatic overtime victory after penalty shots secured Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning top spot in their Challenge Cup group on Sunday. The 3-2 win at Guildford Flames means that Lightning won five out of six of their cup group games to ensure they will take their place in the quarter finals…

Lightning struck not just once but three times at the MK Arena on Saturday when Coach Russell’s side came from two goals down to beat the travelling Manchester Storm 3-2.  Enjoy the highlights now in association with Lightning TV and our technical partners, Oakhill Voice.

By  Paul Brookman Short benched Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning pulled off an incredible – and unlikely – 3-2 victory against Elite League leaders Manchester Storm at MK Arena on Saturday. Lightning were missing three injured players – James Griffin, Kevin Gibson and Christian Isackson – plus the suspended Francis Verreault-Paul, but had new signing,…

By Paul Brookman A pair of goals from Guillaume Doucet helped Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning maintain their unbeaten home record with a 3-2 Challenge Cup victory over Guildford Flames. Lightning had the upper hand for the first half of the game and deservedly led 2-0 at the first break. And for the first 10…

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