The Waldeck Peterborough Phantoms were beaten twice on home ice this weekend, at the hands of the Milton Keynes Lightning and the Hull Seahawks.

Peterborough Phantoms 1-4 Milton Keynes Lightning


Phantoms got off to the perfect start against MKL when Austin Mitchell-King found Luke Ferrara out in front and Phantoms’ #19 gave Slava’s side an early lead.

The same man almost made it two on the powerplay after being found by Callum Buglass, but this time his ripper from the point was held by Jordan Hedley.

MKL levelled the scores when Liam Stewart found the net from the blue line through traffic.

MKL had a good chance to take the lead themselves when Ross Venus set up Dillon Lawrence in the right circle, but Jordan Marr kicked it away well.

The visitors took the lead with 37:31 played when Mack Stewart scored from in close.

Phantoms were then hit by a serious injury to Duncan Speirs. Everyone at the Phantoms would like to wish Duncs a speedy recovery.

MKL sealed their win in the third and had their third on 46:46 through a Rory Hermann tip from a Ross Green blue liner.

James Griffin rounded off the scoring with an empty net goal in the closing moments.

FINAL SCORE: Peterborough Phantoms 1-4 Milton Keynes Lightning

Phantoms goal:
00:19 (PP 1-0 MK): #19 Luke Ferrara / #24 Austin Mitchell-King / #91 Lukas Sladkovsky (EHG)

MKL goals:
6:47 (PP 1-1 MK): #8 Liam Stewart / #21 Ross Green / #7 Rory Hermann (EHG)
37:31 (PP 1-2 MK): #16 Mack Stewart / #17 Corey McEwen / #24 Carter Hamill (EHG)
46:46 (PP 1-3 MK): #7 Rory Hermann / #21 Ross Green (EHG)
58:49 (PP 1-4 MK): #15 James Griffin / #28 Tim Wallace / #14 Dillon Lawrence (ENG)

Phantoms man of the match: #19 Luke Ferrara
​MKL man of the match: #1 Jordan Hedley

Peterborough Phantoms 1-7 Hull Seahawks


The game against Hull started brightly as both teams had chances to take the lead. Luke Ferrara and Jarvis Hunt went close for Phantoms, while Lee Bonner almost gave the away side the advantage.

The Seahawks took the lead on 9:49 when Owen Sobchak put the puck on a plate for Emil Svec to tap in from on the goal line.

They doubled their lead on 18:11 when Sobchak skated in from the blue line and fired into the far corner on the powerplay.

Phantoms got one back before the end of the period through Jarvis Hunt, who found space out in front and ripped an effort past Jordan McLaughlin.

Hull made it 3-1 with 1:29 played in the middle period, when Svec fired home from the right circle.

Finlay Ulrick made it four, tapping home another Sobchak assist on 25:53.

Svec completed his hat-trick with just over seven minutes played in the third, before Declan Jones found the bottom corner from in close seven minutes later.

Brock Bartholomew completed the scoring with an unassisted goal to round off a night to forget for the Phantoms.

Phantoms goal:
18:22 (PP 1-2 HS): #96 Javis Hunt / #24 Austin Mitchell-King / #34 Ralfs Circenis (EHG)

Seahawks goals:
9:49 (PP 0-1 HS): #71 Emil Svec / #96 Owen Sobchak / #94 Declan Balmer (EHG)
18:11 (PP 0-2 HS): #96 Owen Sobchak / #11 Finlay Ulrick / #24 Brock Bartholomew (PPG)
21:29 (PP 1-3 HS): #71 Emil Svec / #96 Owen Sobchak / #24 Brock Bartholomew (EHG)
25:53 (PP 1-4 HS): #11 Finlay Ulrick / #96 Owen Sobchak (EHG)
47:03 (PP 1-5 HS): #71 Emil Svec (Hat-Trick) / #24 Brock Bartholomew / #11 Finlay Ulrick (EHG)
54:22 (PP 1-6 HS): #90 Declan Jones / #17 Owen Bruton / #5 Rhys Edwards (EHG)
56:12 (PP 1-7 HS): #24 Brock Bartholomew (EHG)

Phantoms man of the match: #34 Ralfs Circenis
​Seahawks man of the match: #71 Emil Svec

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