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SIGNING NEWS: ‘Mr Reliable’ returns for another season at Planet Ice

Phantoms have retained the services of their most consistent player in recent times for the new NIHL Division One South campaign.

Louie Kynaston in action.

Phantoms pair picked for UK Under 11s

Two youngsters from the thriving Peterborough Phantoms Academy have been selected to play for the first ever UK Under 11 team.

Ales Padelek is returning for another season with Phantoms

Padelek will be a key player for Phantoms next season

Head coach Slava Koulikov insists he has full faith in Phantoms import star Ales Padelek to return to his best.

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New Phantoms signing Callum Buglass.

Phantoms sign GB Under 20 talent Buglass from Cardiff

Defensive talent Callum Buglass intends to swap one end of NIHL Division One South for the other.

Corey McEwen in action for Telford against Phantoms.

Young McEwen is coming home to join Phantoms

Corey McEwen is coming home to win trophies with Phantoms.

Leigh Jamieson.

Four leading points scorers have all moved on

Phantoms’ four leading points-scorers in the regular NIHL Division One South season have now left the club.

James Ferrara will be playing for Phantoms again next season.

BREAKING NEWS: Stalwart skipper back for another season

Peterborough Phantoms head coach Slava Koulikov is delighted to have a ‘complete player’ back on board next season.

Petr Stepanek (left) is back for Peterborough Phantoms next season.

LATEST NEWS: Petr the great is back, but Darius departs the Peterborough Phantoms

It’s one import in and one import out at Peterborough Phantoms.

Jordan Marr playing for Hull against Phantoms in 2016.

BREAKING NEWS: Peterborough Phantoms pull off a ‘Marr-vellous’ signing, but two players have left the club

Head coach Slava Koulikov reckons Peterborough Phantoms have pulled off a ‘Marr-vellous’ signing.

BREAKING NEWS: Major new sponsorship deal for Peterborough Phantoms

BREAKING NEWS: Major new sponsorship deal for Peterborough Phantoms

Peterborough Phantoms have secured a major new shirt sponsorship deal for next season.

The winning Panthers team.

TESTIMONIAL: A night to remember for Phantoms skipper

Phantoms captain James Ferrara described his testimonial as ‘a night to remember’.

Nathan Salem in action for Phantoms. Picture: Alan Storer

BREAKING NEWS: Star man leaves Peterborough Phantoms

One of Peterborough Phantoms’ top performers has left the club.

James Ferrara (right) celebrates scoring one of his many goals for Phantoms.

Ferrara’s big night is a well deserved tribute

James Ferrara is not the sort of sportsman who seeks the limelight, but the Peterborough Phantoms captain will deservedly be the centre of attention on Saturday night.

The Phantoms Under 11 team that have reached the national finals. From the left they are, back, Beau Archer, Tom Pearson, Leland Stevens, Max McEwan, Kyle Riley, Linards Upenieks, front, Jack Carmody, AJ Herring, Matthew Saville, Lewis Bryne, Louie Kynaston, Levi Carr, Finn-Lee Markey, Kristians Jansons, Baily Willis, Brendan Ward, lying down, goalie Sasha Bravo.

Under 11s win through to national finals weekend

The Peterborough Phantoms Academy success story continues. On the back of the club’s most successful junior season last term when the talented Under 15 group became national champions, the conveyor belt of excellence keeps rolling.

Pictured are the young Phantoms players picked for their regional squads. From the left are, back, Billy Thorpe, Ross Clarke, Jarvis Hunt, Brad Bowering, James White, front, Louie Kynaston, Matthew Saville, Sasha Bravo, Finn-Lee Markey and Archie Salisbury.

Phantoms Academy players set to gain regional honours

Several young Phantoms players are this week celebrating after being selected for regional squads.

Glenn Billing (left) receives one of his four awards from Slava Koulikov.

Phantoms make a ‘dream’ first signing for next season

The first piece of the Phantoms jigsaw for 2018/19 is in place - and it’s a player described as a ‘coach’s dream’.

Glen Billing won three prizes at Phantoms' awards night.

AWARDS NIGHT: Glen takes top billing for the Peterborough Phantoms

Glenn Billing was the most successful man at the Peterborough Phantoms awards bash on Friday (April 13).

Lewis Hook in action.

PREVIEW: Peterborough men in Great Britain squad

Peterborough man Lewis Hook will play for his country in his home arena tonight (Saturday, April 14).

Slava Koulikov at Coventry. Picture: Alan Storer

MATCH REACTION: Season was not a failure insists Koulikov

Head coach Slava Koulikov refused to class the season as a failure after Peterborough Phantoms’ final hope of silverware disappeared yesterday (April 7).

Kim Lane.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Lane misses out on GB glory

Kim Lane missed out on World Championship glory as part of the Great Britain women’s team yesterday (April 7).

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