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Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning ground out a 3-2 victory over Guildford Flames after being taken to overtime for the third game in a row on Wednesday. This time Lightning needed a penalty shoot-out at MK Arena to claim maximum points – Tommy Mele scoring the decisive attempt in the best of three – leaving…

By Paul Brookman A devastating opening 13 minutes in which Coventry Blaze scored four goals proved enough to wreck the hopes of Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning at the Skydome on Sunday. Although Lightning were able to come up with a swift response to Coventry’s opener they were prevented from finding the net again in…

By Paul Brookman Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning’s unbeaten home record stretching back to the start of the season was finally ended by high flying Nottingham Panthers at MK Arena on Saturday. A couple of first period errors allowed Panthers to end the first period 3-1 in front and although Lightning clawed their way back…

By Paul Brookman Beaten but far from disgraced Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning showed they can compete with the big boys of the Elite League when they took Nottingham Panthers to overtime before losing 4-3 to a short-handed goal at National Ice Centre on Saturday. Lightning may not have won the match but their large…

By Paul Brookman Three unanswered goals in the final quarter of an hour gave Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning a comfortable 7-2 win over Edinburgh Capitals at MK Arena on Thursday. While the margin of the victory was convincing the performance until the latter half of the game was not up to the high level…

By Paul Brookman It was third time lucky for Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning on their Scottish road trip when they bagged the points with a 5-2 win at Murrayfield against Edinburgh Capitals on Sunday. Not that there was anything lucky about Lightning’s success over the bottom of the table side who didn’t look like…

By Paul Brookman Hopes of a first victory for Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning in Scotland were destroyed by three first period Braehead Clan goals on Saturday. Although Lightning fought back to go within one goal of the home side in the third period in was too late to make a difference as Pete Russell’s…

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…

By Paul Brookman Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning chalked up another victory to maintain their run of home successes and top spot in their Challenge Cup group on Saturday with a 5-1 win against Coventry Blaze. Yet they hardly deserved to be 2-0 in front at the first break with the visitors dominating the play…

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