Cardiff Devils have paid tribute to ice hockey player Adam Johnson who died after he was cut in the neck by a skate blade during a game.
There was a silent tribute before the game with Manchester Storm on Saturday.
Johnson, 29, from Minnesota, was in his first season with the Nottingham Panthers when he was fatally injured in a game against Sheffield Steelers.
"We are one hockey family, always. Rest In Peace, Adam," the Devils said on X, formerly Twitter.
The Devils fell short on Saturday night, losing 3-1 to the visitors at Cardiff's Vindico Arena, as the Elite League resumed.