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MATCH REACTION: Huge win over Sheffield took Slava by surprise

Peterborough Phantoms coach Slava Koulikov admitted his side’s English Premier League play-offs annihilation of Sheffield even took him by surprise.

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Darius Pliskauskas scored four goals.

MATCH REPORT: Play-off challenge gets off to a flying start

Peterborough Phantoms enjoyed the perfect start to their English Premier League play-offs challenge by dishing out a double-figure demolition last night (March 22)

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Ales Padelek celebrates scoring the game winner against Guildford last Saturday. Picture: Tom Scott

PLAY-OFFS: Phantoms need four wins from six group games says Slava

Peterborough Phantoms launch their play-off challenge tonight (March 22) with a home clash against strugglers Sheffield (7.45pm).

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Phantoms celebrate EPL play-off success in 2015.

PLAY-OFFS: Phantoms are ready for a six-game ‘war’

Import star Darius Pliskauskas has told his Phantoms team-mates they must be ready to go to ‘war’ in the English Premier League play-offs.

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Phantoms defenceman Tom Norton shoots at the Guildford goal. Photo: Tom Scott -

MATCH REPORT: Phantoms in good shape heading into the play-offs

Peterborough Phantoms chief Slava Koulikov hailed the mental strength of his players after ending the regular English Premier League season on a winning note.

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Edgars Bebris (shooting) was Phantoms man of the match in MK.

MATCH REPORT: Penalty shoot out agony for Phantoms in cup final

Peterborough Phantoms chief Slava Koulikov believes the English Premier League Cup final was settled by ‘one moment of skill’ last night (March 18).

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Petr Stepanek watches his shot hit the back of the net for the equaliser against Milton Keynes. Picture: Tom Scott

Slava pays tribute to his players and their fans

Proud coach Slava Koulikov saluted his Phantoms players for producing their best performance in their biggest game of the season.

Wehebe Darge celebrates scoring the game winner against Milton Keynes. Picture: Tom Scott

Aussie ace gives Lightning the Wehebe-jeebies

Match-winner Wehebe Darge admits firing Phantoms to English Premier League Cup final first leg success was one of the best moments of his career.

Wahebe Darge (far left) celebrates his match-winning goal for Phantoms against MK. Photo: Tom Scott -

MATCH REPORT: Phantoms rise to the occasion with memorable cup final win

What a game. What a comeback. What a result. What an occasion.

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Edgars Bebris scored twice for Phantoms in Guildford.

MATCH REPORT: Phantoms go down in Flames ahead of cup final

Peterborough Phantoms tasted defeat last night (March 11) on the eve of their big English Premier League Cup final.

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Phantoms celebrate during their EPL Cup semi-final victory over Telford. Picture: Tom Scott

All the pressure should be on Lightning to strike says Phantoms coach Koulikov

Phantoms coach Slava Koulikov has heaped all of the pressure onto fierce rivals Milton Keynes ahead of a mouth-watering English Premier League Cup final.

Kim Lane.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Lane off to South Korea

Crowland talent Kim Lane is set for a Far East adventure.

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Peterborough Islanders celebrate their title triumph. Photo: Tom Scott.

REPORT: Title triumph for Stevie’s Islanders

Peterborough Islanders completed their march to title glory last night (March 4).

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Tom Norton scored for Phantoms in Hull.

MATCH REPORT: Phantoms pip Pirates to the treasure

Peterborough Phantoms received some welcome cheer last night (March 4) by triumphing at one of their unhappiest hunting grounds.

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Action from City of Peterborough Ladies (red) v Cambridge City on Feb 25.

PREVIEW: 400-mile round trip for City of Peterborough Ladies as they pursue an honours double

City of Peterborough Ladies’ pursuit of an honours double takes them on a 400-mile road trip this weekend.

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Craig Britton after being inducted into the Hall of Honour. From the left are Dave Lane (Phantoms owner), Craig Britton, Craigs sons Fin and Seb and Jo Lane (Phantoms owner).

Britton’s got talent . . . or he did have!

Popular defenceman Craig Britton has become the second player to be inducted into the Phantoms’ Hall of Honour.

The Islanders in action.

Unbeaten city side set for National League title

A Peterborough ice hockey team can capture title glory this Saturday.

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