The Knoxville Ice Bears are a team which gives fans their money worth. The Ice Bears closed out their five-game homestand with their fourth overtime/shootout game - a 5-4 back-and-forth overtime win over their archrival Huntsville Havoc.
Ever since Spencer Galbraith came to Columbus, he’s been doing great things for the Cottonmouths. When I got the opportunity to interview Spencer, I...
The calendar has just flipped into March and we're at the point of the season where our players currently in the ECHL begin to make their way back to their SPHL teams for the push to the playoffs.
Center Tayler Thompson of the Fayetteville FireAntz headlines February’s SPHL Three Stars of the Month for February 2017.
Matthew Harding and Mike Campos discuss a giraffe giving birth, Mardi Gras, recap the SPHL trade deadline, and look at who may be coming back from SPHL callups in the next month.
The 2016-17 season has been a bastion of capitalism given the number of trades which occurred this season, so it's no surprise this trading season would end fittingly.
Plenty of progress toward an 11th SPHL team joining the league took place this week. The proposal spearheaded by former ECHL Birmingham Bulls owner Art Clarkson received approval from the Pelham (AL) city council to enter into a lease agreement with the Pelham Civic Complex.
Matthew Harding, Mike Campos and SPHL Commissioner Jim Combs discuss a number of topics including the possibility of hockey coming to Birmingham, AL, discussion on Pensacola's arena situation, their normal shenanigans.
Headlining tonight's slate features the Fayetteville FireAntz, red-hot lately, facing a big test at home against the league-leading Huntsville Havoc.
Matthew Harding and Mike Campos discuss the Pensacola coaching change, The People's Court and more in the latest edition of the Inside the SPHL podcast!