Monday, June 18, 2018

SPHL

Inside the SPHL: October 26, 2015

The first weekend of SPHL action is in the books, and the season is officially under way. There was a banner raised in Knoxville,...

SPHL President’s Cup Semifinals Preview

Order has been restored, in a way, to the SPHL Playoffs. For the first time since 2008, the top-seeded teams all advanced past the...

Marcuz’ Late Game Heroics Bail Out RiverKings

An improbable turn of events almost happened at the Landers Center in Southaven, Mississippi, on Saturday night. The Evansville Thunderbolts, a team without a regulation win in their last seven games, roared back from a four-goal deficit to tie the Mississippi RiverKings in the third period.

SPHL 2015-16 Team Previews

  The Southern Professional Hockey League begins their 12th season of play this weekend. This season, the SPHL welcomes back the city of Macon, Georgia, where...

Matty’s 2017 SPHL All-Star Team

WICHITA, KS - My education into the Southern Professional Hockey League continues and so far, it's been a blast! Admittedly, before the start of...

Snakes Split Weekend With the Peoria Rivermen

The Peoria Rivermen came into Columbus this weekend, on a three-game bender with the Huntsville Havoc on Thursday, then the Snakes on Friday and...

IceGators Tune-Up for Pensacola Exhibition

The rink at Planet Ice was the scene for the Louisiana IceGators' final scrimmage before they get to skate against an opposing team. Twenty...

Peoria Rivermen Make SPHL History

COLUMBUS, GA - The Peoria Rivermen carved their name in Southern Professional Hockey League history as they won their 13th consecutive game 2-1 over the...

SPHL Playoffs: Rivermen Force Game 3, Ice Bears Begin Defense With Shutout

(5) Knoxville Ice Bears 2, (4) Fayetteville FireAntz 0 Knoxville netminder Brian Billett got the nod as the Ice Bears' opened their President's Cup title...

Reinstatement Denied for Knoxville Defenseman Jason Price

With 46 seconds remaining in a 6-2 drubbing at the hands of the archrival Huntsville Havoc on March 11, 2017 - a game which was quickly devolving into roughhousing and score-settling - Knoxville Ice Bears defenseman Jason Price crossed a line - perhaps accidentally - for the first time in his career.