A look ahead to Week 8
What's coming up in the next seven days?
Five game days of hockey over the next week! That's what's in store for Elite League fans during Week 8 of this 2019/20 season.
It all starts on Tuesday with the final round of Champions Hockey League Group Stage action. Belfast head up to Luleå knowing they can't go any further, but Cardiff will have one last chance to try and make it out of their group. The Devils host Frölunda knowing that two points will see them into the playoffs - anything less however will mean they play no further part in this year's competition.
On Wednesday it's all eyes on the FlyDSA Arena as Sheffield host Fife in midweek action. Then the weekend starts early as Manchester host the Steelers on Friday night.
Saturday sees the Storm head over for a double-head in Belfast over two nights, while Cardiff host Nottingham in the first of those side's meetings over the weekend. Dundee host Coventry, while Guildford head up to Fife to complete the day's action.
On Sunday Belfast and Manchester clash again, while this time Nottingham will host Cardiff. Sheffield play Dundee for the second Sunday in a row, but this time on home ice - all three of those games will start at 1600, while Glasgow then host Coventry 30 minutes later. The final game of the weekend has Guildford and Fife meeting again, but at the Spectrum in Surrey.