Two bosses of rock-bottom Fife Flyers will face fans next week to talk about future plans.

Directors Tom Muir and Jack Wishart will hold a question and answer session on session Tuesday, February 11 (7.30pm) in the Bay Hotel, Kinghorn.

The move comes as Flyers, who topped the Elite League earlier in the season, have been in freefall and have skidded to the foot of the table heaping pressure on coach Todd Dutiaume (pictured).

And the club equalled their longest losing streak of their Elite League era when they went down 2-0 at Nottingham Panthers on Sunday.

It was the team’s 14th successive defeat, matching the record set in their first season back in top flight of British hockey in 2011.

Sunday’s result sees Fife in tenth place in the table, seven points behind Dundee Stars and eight behind Manchester Storm who occupy the eighth and final play-off spot.

Supporters are unhappy and gates are falling.

Ali McLaren, who will host the night, said: “The evening will be an opportunity for fans to discuss the current situation and future plans of the organisation.”

The directors will take questions from the fans which can either be submitted in advance or asked on the night.

Admission is free but tickets must be obtained in advance online via the links shared on the Fife Flyers social media or by emailing

Season ticket holders, if emailing, should include their season ticket number as there is a block reserved for them.

The spokesperson added: “With the Flyers currently sitting at the foot of the Elite League table and on a run of losses not seen since the first season in the league, there’s understandable concern from the fanbase.

“Fans are keen to understand not only what’s happening within the team but also what the directors’ plans are for the future.”

The spokesman added: “It is time for the organisation, on and off the ice as well as in the stands, to come together and work towards making the Fife
Flyers the must attend event again. We hope this event will begin that discussion.”