Picture taken during Panthers' overtime win against Dundee Stars last time out (Picture courtesy of https://www.panthers.co.uk/fixtures/202122-elite-league-schedule/211106-panthers-vs-stars )

Nottingham Panthers are looking to overcome recent defeats this weekend as they face Cardiff Devils on Saturday before hosting Dundee Stars on Sunday.

The Panthers play Cardiff at Ice Arena Wales in Cardiff Bay at 7pm on Saturday, they then welcome Dundee Stars to the Motorpoint Arena at 4pm.

The last time Nottingham played against Cardiff Devils they put in a great performance and won 3-0 thanks to goals from Ollie Beteridge, Simon Suoranta, Christophe Boivin.

“It’s always a good test whenever you play Cardiff or any team in the league. We’ve just got to focus on each shift at a time and try and put some results together” Stephen Lee told the Panther’s YouTube channel.

Panthers have lost their last four games in the Premier Sports Elite League having won four games in a row before that.

They lost 4-2 to Sheffield Steelers last Saturday and then 2-1 to Glasgow Clan on the Sunday.

Panthers are fourth in the table having won 13 and lost 13, including a 5-4 overtime loss last time they faced Dundee Stars on January 16.

Cardiff and Dundee are second and seventh in the league respectively.

Forward Massimo Carozza is set to return to the Panthers line up following a three-month spell on the side-lines with an injured upper body. Carozza has undergone an extensive rehab programme with Lead Sports Therapist Laura-Jo Bowler and Health/Peformance Coach Pete Edwards.

His return comes at a good time for Nottingham as Kevin Domingue is set to be out for several weeks after he hurt his lower body in a collision along the boards.

Tickets are still available for Nottingham Panthers vs Dundee Stars at 4pm on Sunday at the Motorpoint Arena, buy them here: https://www.motorpointarenanottingham.com/Online/default.asp?BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::permalink=panthers&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::context_id=