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SIGNING NEWS: Robbie returning again for Phantoms

Returning defenceman Robbie Ferrara insists he is looking forward to going into the unknown with Phantoms next season.

Will Weldon in action against MK Lightning.

Weldon and Griffiths are back for Phantoms

Popular forward Will Weldon will be a Phantoms player for a seventh successive season.

Leigh Jamieson (left)  in action for MK Lightning against Phantoms. Picture: Tom Scott

Phantoms snap up former GB international star Jamieson

Phantoms coach Slava Koulikov believes he has captured two fine players in one.

Tom Norton.

SIGNING NEWS: Norton back for a fourth season

Defenceman Tom Norton is returning to Peterborough Phantoms for a fourth consecutive season.

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The Phantoms youngsters who represented the South East.

More success for the Phantoms junior set-up

There was another extremely successful weekend for the Phantoms Junior Academy as several youngsters represented the South East Region in the English Ice Hockey Association showpiece Inter-Conference Tournament.

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DOUBLE SIGNING: Lightning strikes twice for city club

Peterborough Phantoms coach Slava Koulikov reckons he has snapped up two of the best emerging British talents.

Janis Auzins in action for Phantoms.

Star netminder Janis will be hugely missed

Phantoms coach Slava Koulikov has paid tribute to goaltending Goliath, Janis Auzins.

Nathan Salem in the thick of the action playing for Hull against Phantoms last season.

New boy Nathan determined to be a big hit for Phantoms

New signing Nathan Salem has promised he will play ‘on the edge’ as Phantoms chase silverware next season.

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Phantoms captain James Ferrara. Picture: Tom Scott

LATEST NEWS: Ferrara has earned a testimonial

Phantoms have granted one of their finest servants a testimonial next season.

Ales Padelek fends off Jordan Cownie of MK Lightning. Picture: Tom Scott

SIGNING NEWS: Slava goes for Padi Power as Ales pens a new deal

Import star Ales Padelek insists there is nowehere else he would rather be after sealing a new deal with Phantoms.

Phantoms Under 15s celebrate their National Championships success.

NATIONAL FINALS: Historic win for Phantoms Under 15s

Peterborough Phantoms Under 15s were crowned national champions yesterday (May 14).

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Phantoms owners Dave and Jo Lane either side of player Owen Griffiths.

LATEST NEWS: Fans urged to embrace a new era

Peetrborough Phantoms owner Dave Lane has urged fans to embrace a new era.

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LATEST NEWS: Phantoms know where they are going next season

Peterborough Phantoms will play in Division One South of the National Ice Hockey League in 2017-18.

Slava Koulikov.

Phantoms future about to become clearer

Peterborough Phantoms’ immediate future is likely to become clearer in the coming days.

Peterborough Islanders celebrate their play-off success. Picture: Tom Scott

NATIONAL ICE HOCKEY LEAGUE: Trophy treble for the Islanders

There was a glorious end to an era as Peterborough Islanders captured more silverware yesterday (April 23).

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Owen Griffiths collects the Phantoms Most Improved Player award from Jo and Dave Lane. Picture: Tom Scott

Griffiths thrilled to be offered a new deal with Phantoms

Top talent Owen Griffiths insists he had no hesitation in extending his Phantoms career.

Phantoms owner Dave Lane.

LATEST NEWS: Confusion reigns in the world of British ice hockey

Phantoms owner Dave Lane says he is ‘monitoring the situation closely’ as concerns grow for the future of the second tier of ice hockey.

Owen Griffiths carries the puck around Bison's Daniel Lackey. Picture: Tom Scott

SIGNING NEWS: Griffiths will be back again next season

Peterborough Phantoms coach Slava Kolikov has tied down ‘revelation’ Owen Griffiths for another season.

Petr Stepanek.

Stepanek won’t be back at Phantoms

Czech giant Petr Stepanek won’t be a Peterborough Phantoms player next season.

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Islanders celebrate their cup win in Cardiff.

Double delight for Islanders . . . now they head for the treble

It’s two down and one to go for Peterborough Islanders.

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