Our Two Cents
Despite the loss of Nutkevitch to IR and Daniels to the ECHL, the Havoc are still on pace to beat Peoria’s 83-point record total from last season.
Tayler Thompson is the SPHL’s new scoring leader and Bonar is beginning to look like an MVP front-runner. Still openings on the Antz bandwagon.
The Mayhem went 3-1 on a tough four-game/six-night road trip. Macon now plays seven of next eight at home.
A trio of ugly losses, and the Rivs have now gone two years without a win at the Pensacola Bay Center.
Brad Barone looks to be out of his slump. He’s 5-2, 2.01, .936 in his last seven starts. Is the Kings’ net his?
Rod Aldoff is inheriting an Ice Flyers team beginning to believe they can beat anyone at anytime. Last week’s sweep of Peoria was dominating.
It looks like the Ice Bears have passed the low point of their season and last night’s SO win at Huntsville is the start of an upward trend.
Ryan de Melo has four quality starts in his last five appearances, including the Dawgs’ first ever shutout vs Macon.
Columbus has 21 games remaining. If they play .500 hockey, the Snakes finish with 47 points – right on the postseason bubble.
With Justin MacDonald and Austin McKay up in the ECHL, the Bolts’ postseason prospects are fading quickly.