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Goals from Ollie Bronnimann and Lukas Smital proved to be nothing more than consolation as Bracknell Bees made a miserable return to the ice at Milton Keynes Lightning on Thursday night.
Bracknell Bees have completed the signing of defenceman Pavel Strycek from Czech 2 Liga outfit VSK Tecknika Brno.
Bracknell Bees' miserable form against Slough Jets this season continued on Sunday night with a 6-5 penalty defeat against their local rivals at The Hive.
4. Bracknell Bees captain Lamey warns team-mates they cannot be expected to perform miracles every weekGet Bracknell, Thursday 20 December 2012
Bracknell Bees captain Rob Lamey has warned his team-mates they cannot be expected to perform miracles every time they are chasing games.
Bracknell Bees managed only one point from their two games at the weekend, but the manner of their performances gives great hope for a successful second half of the season.
Slovakian defenceman Marcel Petran has left the Bracknell Bees with immediate effect.
Bracknell Bees coach Gareth Cox is hoping Sunday’s 4-2 victory against MK Lightning can give his side the confidence needed to kick-start another unbeaten run.
Bracknell Bees overcame a four goal deficit for the second time this season as a run of three EPIHL defeats was ended with a stunning 5-4 victory at Peterborough Phantoms on Sunday night.
Gareth Cox was left fuming after another controversial refereeing decision cost his Bracknell Bees side a shot at overtime during their encounter with Slough Jets on Sunday.
Bracknell Bees are up to the dizzy heights of third in the EPIHL table after recording their fourth double-winning weekend of the season with victories over Telford Tigers and Guildford Flames.