Sunday, March 18, 2018

PHOTOS: Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs vs Macon Mayhem – 1/26/18

MACON, GA – Check out this photo gallery from The Sin Bin's Brian Meeks of the contest between the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs and Macon Mayhem from the Macon Coliseum

SPHL GameNight – January 25, 2018

LAFAYETTE, LA - In case you missed it - and chances are you haven't - we released our third annual SPHL All Star Team yesterday.

Where Are They Now: Justin Fox

MOLINE, IL -- While the Quad City Mallards are on the road, it’s time to look back at a former Mallard player to see where life and hockey have taken them since leaving the Flock.

The Sin Bin 2018 SPHL All Star Team

LAFAYETTE, LA -- For the third year, The Sin Bin is proud to announce their SPHL All Star Team for 2018.

Inside the SPHL Podcast Episode #39: Stars, Stars and More Stars

Welcome to the 39th edition of the close-to-be-but-not-quite-there award-winning Inside the SPHL Podcast!

The Sin Bin 2018 SPHL All Star Fan Vote

LAFAYETTE, LA -- SPHL All Star season is finally here! We're proud to bring back our SPHL All Star Team for its third season.

SPHL GameNight – January 12, 2018

LAFAYETTE, LA - Murphy's Law has hit hard since the Christmas break has ended. So far in the new year, we've had two winter storms and the Great Pointstreak Outage of 2018. Safe travels to all of y'all who are heading out to your respective rinks tonight.

SPHL Writers Poll – 2017-18 Week 12

LAFAYETTE, LA -- We have a change at the top of this week's SPHL Writers Poll. The Pensacola Ice Flyers give up the top spot in our rankings after an overtime loss to Roanoke and a defeat at the hands of the Birmingham Bulls last night.

Inside the SPHL Podcast Episode 38 – It’s All Star Time

LAFAYETTE, LA -- After the holiday break, Campos and Harding are back for their first show of 2018! Our 38th episode was recorded on January 9th, 2018 and the boys are gearing up for all of January's All Star festivities.

SPHL Writers Poll: 2017-18 Week 11

For our third straight poll, all four of our writers have Pensacola and Peoria ranked either first or second as the long-distance rivals have separated themselves from the pack in the league standings.