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Devils seek Cup glory in Sheffield

The Cardiff Devils will bid to bring an seven year trophy-less run to an end today when they take on the Sheffield Steelers in the Challenge Cup Final.

The Welsh side last laid their hands on some silverware in the 2006-07 season, when they won the same competition.

It's been quite a turnaround for the club, who endured troubled times last season. But a change of ownership has left them challenging for league and cup honours this year.

Face-off is at 4pm at Sheffield's Motorpoint Arena.

So many people have stuck by us no matter what, through the tough times, the losses, the change of ownership. And it would make me so happy to give this to them because they're the ones who deserve it.

– Andrew Lord, Devils player

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Devils set for play-off final

Cardiff Devils play in their third straight Elite League play-off final on Sunday afternoon. The Devils beat Belfast Giants on penalties on Saturday, to set up the showdown with Nottingham Panthers.

It's an unpredictable thing to have the will and the want in Hockey and that's what we have right now. We are empowered in our dressing room and guys really want to win. I can't say enough about the players. We put a game plan to them and everybody executed it to a tee. I am proud and happy for the guys.

– Gerad Adams, Cardiff Devils Head Coach