The Havoc and Rivermen faced off eight times this season. Peoria dominated the beginning of the season, winning the first three games. Huntsville then took three straight - all at the Von Braun Center. Finally, the Rivermen took the final two games in the regular season series.
LAFAYETTE, La. -- Welcome to the 2018 SPHL Presidents Cup Finals! On this edition of the podcast, aired live on Facebook on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, Harding & Campos are joined by their special co-host for the playoffs, Ben Garrod of the Fayetteville Marksmen
Game three of the SPHL Semi-Finals between the Macon Mayhem and the Huntsville Havoc took place on Friday, April 20th. The Mayhem took the lead early in the first period and held it until halfway through the third.
The Macon Mayhem claimed game one of the SPHL President's Cup Semi-Finals in Huntsville. The series then moved to the Mayhem's home ice at the Macon Coliseum for game two on Thursday, April 19th.
MACON, Ga. – The Challenge Round elimination game between the Macon Mayhem and the Evansville Thunderbolts was held on Sunday, April 15th.
Three of the five games in the season series between the Mayhem and Havoc were high-scoring affairs. However, only one game between the teams was decided by a single goal - and also decided in overtime.
In five games this season, the Ice Bears managed only one win against the Rivermen and forcing OT in the series finale. Peoria and Knoxville haven't faced each other since January and both teams ended the season strong.
LAFAYETTE, La. -- Welcome to the SPHL Semifinals! On this edition of the podcast, aired live on Facebook on Tuesday, April 17, 2018, Harding & Campos are joined by their special co-host for the playoffs, Ben Garrod of the Fayetteville Marksmen
MACON, GA – The Macon Mayhem played in game 2 of the SPHL Challenge Round against the Evansville Thunderbolts on Saturday, April 14th. Macon lost...
There is a group of people, however, who go through the day-to-day grind of a hockey season virtually unrecognized. They are the ones who, through their drive and dedication, keep their teams in the public eye. If the players are the engines of their hockey teams, then the broadcasters and media directors are the voices.