[Yorkshire Post] - Brave because new owner-in-waiting Bobby McEwan is determined to keep top-flight hockey in the city whatever it takes, even after losing his bidding partner less than 24 hours before signing the ice-time contract for Hull Ice Arena.
[This is Hull and East Riding] - Gough's bombshell decision leaves Stingrays' assistant coach Bobby McEwan to take sole charge of the club from the team's current Coventry-based owners. As revealed on the Mail's website yesterday, Gough pulled out just 48 hours after the Elite League
[This is Hull and East Riding] - Gough, together with the club's assistant coach Bobby McEwan, had intended to buy Stingrays from its current Coventry-based management team. His decision comes just 48 hours after Elite League clubs voted to change next season's format
[This is Hull and East Riding] - The current Coventry-based management team have agreed in principle to sell the club to Hull businessman Nic Gough and Stingrays' current assistant coach Bobby McEwan after two years in charge. The finer details of the sale have yet to be finalised