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Bracknell Bees coach Gareth Cox is not too concerned by his team’s lack of potency, in both attack and defence, on the powerplay of late.
Bracknell Bees pre-Christmas slump was, according to coach Gareth Cox, their ‘blip’ for the 2011/12 EPIHL season, and they can now concentrate solely on qualification for the play-offs.
Having bided his time for the majority of the season, Bracknell Bees netminder Tom Annetts’ patience is now starting to pay off as he has made himself almost undroppable for head coach Gareth Cox.
Bracknell Bees coach Gareth Cox admitted that last weekend’s three-point haul is probably his most important in the 22 months he has been in charge at the club.
Rob Lamey is setting his sights on overtaking Swindon Wildcats and claiming seventh spot in the EPIHL, rather than worry about Peterborough Phantoms breathing down their necks.
Bracknell Bees captain Rob Lamey has no doubt that the squad is strong enough and experienced enough to see the season through and secure an EPIHL play-off spot.
Lukas Smital believes Bracknell Bees’ results at the weekend have given them the edge over play-off rivals Peterborough Phantoms as the clubs enter the final third of the EPIHL season.
Despite being delighted with a three-point weekend, Bracknell Bees’ third such return of the season, Lukas Smital was left ‘gutted’ after being denied maximum points.