Steelers won’t have an inferiority complex when they play Yunosk Minsk in the Continental Cup grand final. The Belarussians hammered Sheffield 7-1 in last Friday’s Continental Cup opener in Denmark. Paul Thompson’s men recovered to beat host club Rungsted Ishockey on Saturday and then overcame Kurbads Riga of Latvia to qualify for the final round. Minsk, though, won all three of their games, scoring 13 goals and conceding only four and topped the mini-league.
Kell Brook may have a healthy bank balance after his last two fights - but he’s still hungry for more combat and in ‘vicious’ form in training. “I’ve known Kell for all his boxing career, fame and fortune hasn’t changed him one bit” said gym-mate and trainer Amer Khan. “He’s content and happy however he’s back in the gym and has been sparring like I’ve nicked his last fiver! “He’s vicious and got a point to prove which makes any fighter very dangerous.
Much of the early part of the match was dictated by a misconduct penalty handed to Cipulis Martins. Steelers special team cracked in a goal from Westerling, assisted John Armstrong at 11.18. A great start - but Steelers were rocked on their heels 71 seconds later when Gatis Gricinskis scored short-handed to make the game level at 1-1. But the Latvians success was short-lived. A further 73 seconds of the game, and still on the Power Play, Mathieu Roy found the net from Armstrong and Wallace.
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