The BOTW Podcast – episode 55

The 2016/17 season ended and…well, the world apparently exploded.  Since the last podcast we’ve had Doug Clarkson write his open letter to British hockey, the EIHL have gone conference crazy, GB won promotion and now it seems that the EPIHL is well and truly going the way of the dodo as the 7 remaining teams were told to head for the EIHA run “National Ice Hockey League.”

So who better to talk about the NIHL with Anthony than two experts. Carol White, media spokesperson for NIHL 1 North’s Billingham Stars and Pro Hockey News’ NIHL 1 South correspondant and former Streatham and Oxford defenceman, Dave Carr join Anthony so to go over the big issues that the 2nd/3rd/whatever tier of British hockey faces.

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The BOTW Podcast; the news, action and views from the EPIHL and all levels above, below and in between.

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3 Comments on “The BOTW Podcast – episode 55”

  1. This is terrific information for us over the states. How the leagues are structured and relationship to each other. Glad to have you on our pages ProHockeyNews.com and glad to hear Carrsy

  2. So, if Player X at Streatham develops skills to move up, what is the process? Is Player X a free agent coming from Streatham? Is there a “rights” clause for each player? How do players advance up to the highest level of UK hockey?

  3. […] made by David Carr on Anthony Russell’s ‘Banners on the Wall’ podcast (episode, 55 link: https://bannersonthewall.wordpress.com/2017/05/05/the-botw-podcast-episode-55/ ) that in light of the greater resources in the EPIHL (higher quality imports, higher quality […]


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