Nottingham Panthers are looking to build on victory in their last match as they host Glasgow Clan and Fife Flyers this weekend at The Motorpoint Arena.
Panthers play sixth placed Glasgow Clan on Saturday at 7pm and then Fife Flyers on the Sunday at 16:00.
Last weekend Panthers fell to a 5-1 defeat away to Cardiff devils on the Saturday before beating Dundee Stars 5-2 at the Motorpoint on Sunday.
Panthers had lost five in a row before their win against Dundee.
They now sit fourth in the table.
Panthers have face mixed fortunes against their first opponents of the weekend, having won 2 and lost 2 against Glasgow so far this season.
The Panthers will be looking to buck the trend of the home side losing every time these two teams meet.
Clan, won the most recent game between the two sides 2-1 on 23 January.
They have lost their last three games in the league however.
Sundays’ opponents Fife Flyers sit bottom of the league and Panthers have won three of their four games against them, with every game ending 4-2.
Fife have lost their last 10 games and have only won six all season.
Panthers signed Kevin Massy from French side Anglet on Sunday evening and he is expected to make his debut this weekend.
Panthers Director of Hockey Gui Doucet spoke to the club website about the new signing, he said: “Very happy to sign Kevin. Big body, really good with the puck. He’s a guy that has had ambitions to play in the UK for a few years. I watched him play in France and you could see he was an elite defenceman in that league.”
Panthers fans will also be pleased to hear that club legend Randall Weber will be returning to Nottingham for Saturday’s game against Glasgow Clan.
Weber played 800 games for the Panthers from 1985 to 2002, when his famous #10 was retired.
He will perform the ceremonial puck drop with the team captains prior to face-off.
Tickets for both games are available here.