LAFAYETTE, La. -- Today, The Sin Bin is proud to announce a trio of additions to their staff. Dana Barker, Ben Garrod, and Brad Harrison become the three newest members of Team Sin Bin.
Change, especially in the realm of sports, is inevitable. The Southern Professional Hockey League has seen more than its share of change over the past week.
Six weeks after the Quad City Mallards ceased operations, a new team and new league have entered the area. On Wednesday it was announced in a press conference that the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) was expanding north to the Illinois-Iowa border city of Moline.
Like any coach in any sport, there’s a noticeable level of excitement for Kevin Kerr, the newly named head coach of the ECHL’s Greenville Swamp Rabbits following three seasons in the same role with the Macon Mayhem as he moves up a level in the minor league hockey ranks.
LAFAYETTE, La. - One day after announcing the addition of the Quad City franchise to the Southern Professional Hockey League, the league has announced one of its bedrock members will be suspending operations for the coming season
The Macon Mayhem didn’t have to look very far to replace head coach Kevin Kerr, who departed Macon for the same role with the ECHL’s Greenville Swamp Rabbits. In fact, their next head coach was on the same bench.
GREENVILLE, S.C. - The Greenville Swamp Rabbits have a new bench boss, after not renewing Brian Gratz's contract at the end of this season
Hello y'all! We're a few weeks into the SPHL offseason, and I've had some time to gather a few thoughts, musings, and other cogitations. Truthfully, I'm still binge-watching some shows on Netflix and getting up-to-date on all of the Marvel movies before I watch Infinity War. Also, Stephanie and I just adopted a new kitten.
On this edition of the podcast, aired live The Sin Bin app & Facebook on Monday, May 7, 2018, Harding & Campos are joined by their special co-host for the playoffs, Ben Garrod, and Sy Nutkevitch of the SPHL Champion Huntsville Havoc.
The morning of Game Three of the Presidents Cup Final dawned clear and bright. It was a beautiful Illinois spring day as the Peoria Rivermen and Huntsville Havoc faced off in a do-or-die game three to decide who would hold the Presidents Cup at the end of the day.