Fire home opener v Invitca 

Cardiff Fire started the 2nd tier league campaign against last seasons play-off champions Invicta Dynamos at Ice Arena Wales last night.

Fire had the perfect start with a goal from debutant Michael Stratford after just 23 seconds with a good shot through a crowd of players. Unfortunately Invicta equalised with an early goal of their own through import Adam Rehak after just 1 min 54 seconds. It didn’t take long for Brad Watchorn to start his fight card with the Fire, firstly trying to go with Bobby Chambalin who turned him down. Mason Webster stepped up as a willing combatant after just 5 mins of play.

The score stayed at 1-1 for over half of the game with Invicta scoring a go ahead goal again through import Adam Rehak after 36 mins mins of play...

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Cardiff Fire announce partnership with RAS security and important security information for Fire games.

Cardiff Fire are delighted to have joined forces with RAS security for the 17/18 season.

RAS security not only join the Fire family as a sponsor, but will manage all security and safety aspects to increase fan enjoyment and safety at Ice Arena Wales. We’d like to thank Martin and the team for the commitment shown to Cardiff Fire this season.

Safety information:

Bag Searches – due to recent events across the country rucksacks and any large bags/holdalls will not be permitted into the arena (family with young children will be permitted baby bags etc) If you do attend with a large bag you will be asked to keep it in the IAW lockers. All small bags are subject to searches.

Food and drink –  Only food and drink purchased from IAW can be consumed on the premises so please do not bring your o...

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Former NCAA utility player David Manning Joins the Fire

Cardiff Fire are delighted to announce the signature of David Manning for the 2017/18 season.

In 2002/03 Manning played J18 for Limhamn in Sweden, the top junior league in Sweden, scoring almost a point a game in his first season. The following year he stepped up to the senior team playing in Swedish Division 2 playing 8 games again scoring almost a point a game. Unfortunately his season was cut short and David returned to Australia where he played in the AIHL and also represented the Australian national team at junior level.

Following a stint back home David ventured to North America to play for the LA junior Kings playing 48 games and racking up an impressive 57 points...

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New Swedish Defenceman Viktor Langseth signs and Slovak Robert Sedlak returns for the fire.

Last seasons league top scorer Robert Sedlak and Swedish Defenceman Viktor Langseth join the Fire for the 2017/18 season.

Robert Sedlak will start his 7th season in Cardiff, Robert or ‘Bobby’ as he is known in the room has been Cardiff Fire’s top scorer for the past two seasons. The strong centre has won two league trophies since going the Fire and was last seasons assistant Captain. Bobby has scored 61 points in just 32 games for the Fire and has been a crucial part of the success.

Viktor Langseth is a young powerful Swedish D man that likes the physical side of the game. He is only just out of juniors at the age of 21 playing J18 div 2 and J20 Div 1...

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