Fan Interviews

Bananaman – Our Very Own Fanbase Superhero!

The 1980s is often reflected on by Peterborough hockey fans of a certain age as a decade full of characters and it most certainly was. The fledgling sport in the city played host to a mixture of North American college kids and former NHL players, all of whom dominated Sunday…

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Our Forgotten Hero – Ken Cross

As familiar faces go, Ken Cross was as much a part of Peterborough ice hockey for over twenty years as Charlie Chaplin selling his 50/50 tickets was and as Audrey Wells selling her SOYB tickets was (and still is !) and, indeed, as any character around our rink ever was….


The Peterborough Hockey Moms !

As a father of four kids, nothing in hockey has ever impressed me more than the incredible dedication and personal sacrifice made by parents in supporting their hockey kids on the long and challenging and very expensive road from junior to senior hockey. Let me be clear, hockey Dads are…


Toby Clark – Feb 2018

So when did you first get involved with Peterborough hockey and what was it that got you hooked ? “2002 was my first year of ice hockey, I won some tickets at an auction at the pre-school my son Josh went to for the first game of the season against…


Rob Walker – Jan 2018

So tell us how and when you first got involved with Peterborough hockey and what it was that got you hooked. “Came along to the second ever game against Nottingham Trojans (June 1982). I had always enjoyed watching hockey on TV in the Olympics and, back in the day, on…


Chris Burbage – Jan 2018

So tell us how you first got involved with Peterborough hockey ……… “On my 10th birthday back in December 1983, kids were always told by their parents that they can take a few mates to the cinema and out for a burger or out bowling or whatever. So, I chose…