Five Reasons the Peoria Rivermen Will Win the Presidents Cup

The Rivermen have been at the top of the SPHL since they joined the league but the Presidents Cup has been elusive. This year, the Peoria Rivermen are ready to take care of business.

Inside the SPHL Podcast Episode #25: 2017 President’s Cup Final Preview

On this edition of the podcast, Harding and Campos breakdown the 2017 SPHL President's Cup Final series & more!

2017 SPHL President’s Cup Final: Macon vs. Peoria – Inside the Numbers

Today, we drop the puck on our 2017 Presidents Cup Final coverage with a quick look inside the numbers on the upcoming series between...

Rivermen Overcome Slow Start, Cruise to Game 1 Win

At the ten minute mark of the first period, Huntsville Havoc Head Coach Glenn Detulleo had to be feeling good about his team. His team had held the fast-starting Peoria Rivermen scoreless, and John Clewlow just scored to give the Havoc an early 1-0 lead.

2017 SPHL Presidents Cup Semifinals Preview: #3 Peoria Rivermen vs. #4 Huntsville Havoc

When these teams played in the regular season... dinosaurs roamed the Earth. It seems like forever since the Havoc and Rivermen faced off. The teams last met on December 1st in Huntsville, a 3-2 overtime win thanks to Jordan Wood.

2017 SPHL Presidents Cup Semifinals Preview: #1 Macon Mayhem vs. #7 Pensacola Ice Flyers

#1 Macon Mayhem vs. #7 Pensacola Ice Flyers Game Schedule (All Times Local): Game 1 – 4/19/17 8:05 CST Pensacola, FL Game 2 – 4/21/17 7:35 EST...

Inside the SPHL Podcast #24: 2017 SPHL President’s Cup Semifinal Preview

On this edition of the podcast, Harding and Campos breakdown the two SPHL President's Cup Semifinal series & more!

Presidents Cup GameNight – April 14th, 2017

Goaltender Matt Zenzola and his Pensacola Ice Flyers continued their winning ways in the postseason. Zenzola extended his record playoff winning streak to nine...

Presidents Cup GameNight – April 13, 2017

Ruby would gain the equalizer in what is turning out to be an epic duel between goaltenders.

Presidents Cup GameNight – April 12th, 2017

The term is called Rope-a-Dope. The unconventional strategy used by Muhammad Ali in his legendary 1974 fight against George Foreman - The Rumble in the Jungle. Ali, spending much of the fight up against the ropes, taking shot after shot from the larger and stronger Foreman, won the fight by counterattacking and wearing his opponent down.