A Spooktacular weekend for the TSI World Bees as they only have one fixture this weekend and that is against the Sheffield Steeldogs as they welcome them to the Slough Ice Arena for the first time this season. 

The Sheffield Steeldogs currently find themselves sat in 7th within league standings with a total of 8 points from winning 4 games but also losing 5 games. The Steeldogs will be going into this weekend desperate to end their 3 game loss streak after their most recent game on Tuesday night where they lost 4-1 against the Leeds Knights. 

Sheffield at the moment are averaging roughly 34 shots on goal a game and so far this season have 21 goals for but also have conceded 30 goals with roughly 37 shots on goal against them in a game. In terms of power play chances, the Steeldogs have successfully used only 5 out of a possible 37 chances on the power play while on the penalty kill they have successfully killed 29 out of 36 they had been on. No doubt going into this weekends fixture against the Bees the power play statistic will definitely be something the Sheffield will want to try and improve and so will the Bees as their power play stands at being used successfully 11 times out of a possible 44 chances. 

Matt Bissonnette so far this season has proven himself to be a big part of the Steeldogs’ lineup as he has collected 12 in 9 games this season with 7 goals and 5 assists. In this weekend’s game, Lee Haywood is also someone to keep an eye on as he is a player who is constantly up and down the ice trying to push the Steeldogs into their offensive zone to better their chances in a game and will be a big part of their game on Saturday. In 9 games this season, Lee Haywood has managed a total of 4 assists alongside 18 penalty minutes. 

This weekend also is kids for a quid so make the most of this deal because as well as seeing the game you can also take part in a Halloween scavenger hunt, Tricks and Treats, 2 jerseys up for grabs in our fancy dress competition as well as a Halloween themed entrance! We look forward to welcoming the Beearmy to the Slough Ice Arena this weekend.