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© BelfastTelegraph.co.uk, Ormiston House: A dream home rises from the ruins, Donegal hotel pulls its €2 per night room offer after criticism, Omid Djalili: 'I was kicked, shot at, and called the Fenian Turk... but I loved every minute in Northern Ireland', Brandon Lewis brands Gerry Kelly Maze Prison escape tweet 'disgraceful', Belfast stab victim had survived IRA attack after Jock Davison murder, The Belfast Telegraph is a member of IPSO and subscribes to its Editors' Code of Practice. The Cardiff Devils got off to a quick lead and never looked back as they handed the Belfast Giants their first home loss in Elite League this season.

LiveBet Live Dealer Casino offers Live Roulette, Live Blackjack, Live Baccarat and more. Rutherford’s goal and Beskorowany’s stops gave the Giants the shootout win over the reigning champions after a 2-2 draw following 60 minutes of action. Belfast were 0-for-4 on the powerplay on the night and, even more worrying, was the fact the Devils' third came shorthanded on a lax play in their own defensive zone early in the second period, Masi Marjamaki reaching a loose puck first and setting Joey Martin in for the finish at 1:49 of the middle frame to make it 3-0. The Devils recently missed out on the league title on the final day of the 2018-19 season after losing 3–1 to Coventry Blaze, allowing the Belfast Giants to win the league. Cardiff Devils celebrates scoring against the Belfast Giants during Sunday evenings Elite Ice Hockey League game at the SSE Arena, Belfast. Monday, 28 September 2020 | 11.9°C Belfast, Menu © BelfastTelegraph.co.uk, Ormiston House: A dream home rises from the ruins, Donegal hotel pulls its €2 per night room offer after criticism, Omid Djalili: 'I was kicked, shot at, and called the Fenian Turk... but I loved every minute in Northern Ireland', Brandon Lewis brands Gerry Kelly Maze Prison escape tweet 'disgraceful', Belfast stab victim had survived IRA attack after Jock Davison murder, The Belfast Telegraph is a member of IPSO and subscribes to its Editors' Code of Practice.
Photo by William Cherry/Presseye, Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 09th December 2018 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Belfast Giants - Cardiff Devils 02/02/2020 Ice Hockey Livescore & Live Bet with the best odds, Belfast Giants - Cardiff Devils live score, live betting, live play-by-play and match result history! The Stena Line Belfast Giants defeated the Cardiff Devils 3-2 after penalty shots on Sunday in Belfast. The Giants remain in first place in the Elite League standings, ahead of the Nottingham Panthers and Cardiff Devils. The netminder had to scramble during the opening two periods to keep the hosts at bay, making a sublime triple save to deny Sean Bentivoglio, Gleason Fournier and Stephen Dixon in the first period especially, and was largely powerless to hold out the onslaught from their Welsh opponents. Tyler Beskorowany started in the Belfast net with Pat Dwyer, Colin Shields, Guillaume Gelinas, Matt Towe and Andrew Dickson missing for the Giants. Jim Vandermeer hammered home the opening goal on the powerplay at 5:12, assisted by David Rutherford and Hunter Bishop. The Stena Line Belfast Giants defeated the Cardiff Devils 3-2 after penalty shots on Sunday in Belfast. The first goal was crucial with the tie delicately poised at 1-0 after the first leg, and when Ciaran Long headed off for a hooking call for Belfast, the Devils were lethal on the powerplay, some nice passing from Sean McMonagle and Sean Bentivoglio set up Stephen Dixon for the redirect on the doorstep at 8:47. Bowns was barely made to work for his shut-out, only requiring to make 18 saves, and the visitors never came any closer than Palmberg's early effort, while at the other end the Devils were constantly forcing Owen into big stops.

Photo by William Cherry/Presseye, Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 09th December 2018 - Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Bobby Farnham at least laid down a marker at the end of the game when he was ejected for a verbal exchange at the benches, while captain Matt Pelech led from the front by dropping the gloves with Mark Louis again, but ultimately it was all far too little, too late for the Giants. Monday, 28 September 2020 | 11.9°C Belfast, Menu