The defensive force of the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning have been strengthened with the addition of 24 year old Canadian Nelson Armstrong.

The Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning will feature in the very first televised match to be broadcast by Freesports TV as part of a new agreement with the Elite Ice Hockey League.

With the new season less than a month away the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning can confirm two dates that supporters have been keenly anticipating.

The Elite Ice Hockey League are delighted to announce Michael Hicks as the new Director of Operations. Michael is well known to fans as a referee in the Elite League, but moves into a brand new role that sees him take on tasks relating to the general running of operations off the ice. And he’s…

With the 2018-19 EIHL season now only a few weeks away, we can now exclusively reveal the designs for the jerseys that Doug McKay’s team will wear as the Smith Recycling MK Lightning compete in their second Elite League campaign. And for fans who want to show their support by wearing the same colours, read…

The Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning are delighted to announce that Rhino Sports will continue as the club’s official jersey supplier for the next two seasons.  As well as the players’ home, away, warm up, play off and charity jerseys, Rhino Sports will also continue to produce all replica jerseys for supporters.

Since the recent release of the 2018-19 Elite Ice Hockey League fixture list, supporters of the Smith Recycling MK Lightning have been waiting to find out when Match tickets will go on sale — and the time is almost here! The club has announced that tickets for their pre-season challenge matches and first home EIHL…

The news supporters have been waiting for is finally out, with the announcement of the Smith Recycling MK Lightning’s 2018-19 fixture list. Our second Elite League season will open with a mouth-watering double header against five-time EIHL Champions the Sheffield Steelers. Head Coach Doug McKay’s men will host Paul Thompson’s side at the Planet Ice…

The latest addition to Head Coach Doug McKay’s roster for the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning is promising Canadian forward David Norris. The 25 year old Calgary native will experience his first taste of the British game after several seasons playing in the highly rated US collegiate system, most recently at Arizona State University.

The new Head Coach of the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning has said how much he’s looking forward to putting his first ever Elite League team into action, ahead of the new season this September.

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