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Hull Pirates have been crowned National Ice Hockey League Conference Champions following victory over Sheffield Steeldogs over two legs at the weekend.
The first leg in Sheffield finished 7-7 with the Pirates winning 6-2 last night.
Hull Pirates will be looking to win the Northern Play-Off final this weekend. They take on arch-rivals Sheffield Steeldogs away from home tonight, before a return leg on Sunday. Pirates general manager Andre Payette says they want to pick up more silverware.
Hull Pirates will take on Sheffield Steeldogs home and away at the weekend, to decide who will win the Northern Play-offs.
They beat Whitley Warriors 17-6 on aggregate at the weekend to progress.
Hull Pirates are in the semi finals of the league play-offs this weekend.
They take on Whitley Warriors tomorrow, before a return trip on Sunday.
Hull Pirates have made it safely past Sutton Sting the play-off quarter finals.
They backed up the 14-1 win at home on Saturday, with a 15-3 victory away last night.
Next up is Whitley Warriors in the semis this weekend.
Hull Pirates are in play-off quarter final action on Saturday night.
They face the Sutton Sting in the first leg.
Hull's league winning ice hockey team says they hope to attract more fans next year.
Hull Pirates wrapped up the league title at the weekend, and begin their play-off campaign on Saturday.
Next season, they'll be playing in a new division comprised of teams from across the country, a step from their current northern league.
Player coach Jason Hewitt says: "The league's structure changing a little bit again next year, so going into that it's nice to be the top dogs of what we've been a part of this year.
"Off the ice has been built so much this year, we've had great fans, even for games that we're winning quite convincingly."
On the ice, and the general manager of the Hull Pirates says they won the league title at the weekend, because the players were focused on the job.
They won two tough games against Telford Tigers and Sheffield Steeldogs to clinch the silverware.
They'll now contest the league play-offs, which start on Saturday.
The general manager of Hull Pirates has praised the club's fans after they wrapped up the league title on Sunday night.
Andre Payette says supporters were waiting for the players on their return to Hull on Sunday at around midnight.
Next up for the Pirates are the league play-offs, with face-off on Saturday.
On the ice, and Hull Pirates wrapped up the league title at the weekend.
Two wins against their closest rivals, ensured they picked up their first piece of silverware for the season.
Andre Payette the team's general manager says it's great for the local players.
Hull Pirates secured the league title this weekend.
Wins over title challengers Telford Tigers on Saturday, and Sheffield Steeldogs on Sunday, ensured they finished top.
On the ice, Hull Pirates just need two wins to clinch the league championship.
They face Telford Tigers and Sheffield Steeldogs, with all three teams locked on 62 points.
Hull Pirates player coach Jason Hewitt is calling on his players to stay cool this weekend- as they look to secure the league title.
They face Telford Tigers and Sheffield Steeldogs, with the trio all locked on 62 points.
Two wins would secure the league title for Pirates, who are top going into the crucial weekend of action.
Hull Pirates will be hoping to secure the league title on the ice this weekend. They face Telford Tigers on Saturday, and Sheffield Steeldogs on Sunday. All three are joint on 62 points, so two wins would be enough for the Pirates.
Player coach Jason Hewitt says they've done well this season.
It's a potentially title winning weekend for Hull Pirates.
They're top of the league on goal difference, just ahead of Telford Tigers and Sheffield Steeldogs.
The Pirates face both teams this week, and will win the league with two wins.
Player coach Jason Hewitt is ready for the weekend.
Hull Pirates have moved to the top of the table after two big victories over the weekend.
They won at Nottingham Lions 16-0 yesterday and beat Billingham Stars in Hull 14-1 on Saturday.
It was a good weekend for Hull Pirates, who remain top of the league after two wins against Solway Sharks.
They won 10-4 on the road on Saturday, before picking up a 9-5 win at home last night.
Hull Pirates are back in action tomorrow, when they travel to Solway Sharks, on Sunday, they'll welcome to same opposition to the Ice Arena.
Hull Pirates are back at the top of the table after an impressive win against fellow title chasers Sheffield Steeldogs last night.
Pirates won 13-2 - a win which takes them above Telford Tigers.
This weekend they face a double header against Solway Sharks.
Hull Pirates Head Coach Jason Hewitt says they're confident they can win the league this season:
The Pirates take on Sheffield Steeldogs tonight, and will jump into top spot with a win.
With seven games to go, both the Pirates and Sheffield are on 52 points, one point behind league leaders Telford Tigers.
Hull Pirates Head Coach Jason Hewitt says tonight's game against Sheffield Steeldogs is massive.
The Pirates and Sheffield are both on 52 points, one point behind league leaders Telford Tigers.
Hewitt's side only have seven games left this season.
Hull Pirates Head Coach Jason Hewitt says they've come up short in big games.
The Pirates takes on Sheffield Steeldogs tomorrow, who are on the same points tally as them.
Hewitt's side are only one point off top spot, which is currently occupied by Telford Tigers.
On the ice it was a mixed bag for Hull Pirates, who beat top of the table Telford Tigers 10-7 away on Saturday, before losing against the same side in overtime at home last night.
On the ice, there is just one fixture for Hull Pirates. It's this Saturday away at League leaders, Telford Tigers.
Hull Pirates entertain Blackburn Hawks 1 on Saturday and go to Whitley Warriors on Sunday.
It was semi-final heartbreak for Hull Pirates who lost out to Sheffield Steeldogs in the North Cup.
It was 6-6 in regulation time, before the Steeldogs took the tie on penalty shots.
Hull Pirates entertain Sheffield Steeldogs on Saturday and travel to the north east to meet Billingham Stars the following day.
There was double-success on the ice rink this weekend for Hull Pirates. The side won 9-5 against Sutton Sting on Saturday and by 14 points to 2 at home to Nottingham Lions. They're now third in the North 1 table.
The Hull Pirates are away at Sutton Sting on Saturday and entertain Nottingham Lions on Sunday.
Hull Pirates did the double over Solihull Barons at the weekend. Winning 12-3 away and 9-1 at home.