The Blackburn Buccaneers are pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Higson as Head Coach for the 2018/19 season. Continue reading “Higson Takes Buccs Reigns”
Sunday 17th June saw the Buccaneers make the short trip over to Widnes for the return game against the Halton Huskies. Earlier in the year, the Buccs had enjoyed an 8-4 win at Blackburn but this would prove to be a much tougher test. Continue reading “Spoils Shared in 12 Goal Thriller”
The road over the Pennines has been well-trodden by Buccaneers teams over the years however this game would be the first time we’d face the Sheffield Mavericks. Both teams were expecting a competitive game and nobody was left disappointed.
Continue reading “Buccaneers Win First Game Against Mavericks”
The Buccaneers returned to home action on Saturday evening as the Halton Huskies made the trip to Blackburn for the first ever meeting between the two sides.
Saturday 3rd February saw the Buccaneers host the Wyre Seagulls in their second game in less than a week.
Continue reading “Seagulls Flying High”
For the second time in less than two months, the Buccaneers headed to Flintshire to take on the Phantoms at Deeside. After suffering a 9-3 loss in the previous outing, the Buccs were hoping for a better result this time out.
On Sunday 26th November, the Buccaneers made the short trip to the North Wales to take on the Flintshire Phantoms in what proved to be a tough game.
The Blackburn Buccaneers will kick off the 2017-2018 season by renewing rivalries with the Flintshire Phantoms. The two clubs have had a good relationship for a number of years now and it’s always a welcome fixture in the calendar with varied results over the years. With both teams having their fair share of success, we expect another close, hard-fought game this time round.
The game will take place at Deeside Leisure Centre on Sunday 26th November. Face-off is at 20.00
The last two weekends have brought back-to-back defeats for the Buccaneers in this year’s Ice Hockey Summer Classic campaign.
Firstly, the Buccs took on the Sheffield Ice Tigers on 14th May. After defeating the Yorkshire side 6-4 away from home, the Buccs were hoping to get more points on the board in this one. That’s not how it panned out though as a very close game resulted in Sheffield reversing that home defeat, leaving Blackburn with a 6-4 win of their own.
Sunday saw the Buccaneers hosted Flintshire at Blackburn Arena in the return fixture from our trip to Deeside earlier in the year. That game finished 10-1 to the Phantoms so the Buccs were under no illusions that this was going to be tough. Especially with only 4 defencemen and 8 forwards facing a full Flintshire bench.