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Contributors wanted! Devils Diary update!

A shout out for additional contributors and a bit of an update on the direction of the blog…

If you’ve been a regular visitor you’ll know that we’ve been posting frequently for a few weeks now, the number of people visiting the blog and interacting with us on… 306 more words

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Devils vs Davos: The stats behind the win

So, it’s day two since that amazing win over Davos and like most other Devils fans, I still can’t get that magnificent performance and atmosphere out of my mind. 820 more words

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News & bits Tuesday: Devils back home; Taz; CHL fastest goal; TV coverage

A recap of stuff you may have missed over the Bank Holiday weekend.

After taking in Switzerland and the Czech Republic the Cardiff Devils arrive back in the Welsh soil a more experienced team than the one which left a week ago. 383 more words

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Preview: Devils ready to make Champions Hockey League debut against Davos

As Lordo says, it’s Game Day!!!

Game Day @cardiffdevils #Davos pic.twitter.com/7iyqAxPtaE

— Andrew Lord (@AndrewLord17) August 24, 2017

At 6:45pm this evening, the puck drops on the Devils first ever Champions Hockey League campaign as they HC Davos.

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Get to know HC Davos

@cardiffdevilfan introduces us to our Swiss opponent Davos.

The Devils start their first ever Champions Hockey League quest in Switzerland on Thursday when they face HC Davos. 285 more words

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News & bits: Lord, Faryna post-game interviews; Fournier update; TV coverage

Some fallout from last night’s impressive win and where you can watch the Devils make their CHL debut.

Ice-Time TV spoke with Andrew Lord and last night’s man of the match Justin Faryna following the Devils’ handsome victory over Krefeld Pinguine. 302 more words

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Dhanush Going International

I don’t know if it’s old new for you guys but I found out last week that Dhanush is playing a lead role in a Hollywood movie Extra ordinary journey of a fakir directed by Ken Scott. 67 more words