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Combs Scores Last Minute Goal To Lift Wichita Into First

The first place Wichita Thunder; this was the end result if Wichita could find a win at home against one of the most similarly built teams to the Thunder. Wichita defeated Rapid City 4-3 with the help of a two-goal outing for Jack Combs and two-assists from Ostap Safin.

PHOTOS: Tulsa Oilers vs Wichita Thunder 11/8/19

WICHITA, Kan. - Chris Crane scored two in a 3-1 win for the Wichita Thunder on Friday, November 8. Stefan Fournier scored the opening goal just three...

Pair of First Professional Goals Lead Fuel Past Mavericks

The Indy Fuel wrapped up a three-game homestand with a mid-week contest against the Kansas City Mavericks on Wednesday night.

Railers Two Steps Behind Royals in School Day Loss

Class was in session Wednesday morning as the Worcester Railers were handed their seventh loss of the season by the hands of the Reading Royals.

Inside the SPHL Podcast Episode #91: It’s Gumbo Weather

On this edition of the Inside the SPHL Podcast, Harding and Campos try to warm you up by talking a little about soup and a whole lot about hockey.

Comets November Slump Continues with Fifth Loss

UTICA, N.Y. – Saturday Night, the Utica Comets were twenty minutes away from their fifth consecutive loss. Three goals later, and the Comets were...

Mike Burton’s Best Shots: South Carolina vs. Greenville 11/8 & 11/9/19

The South Carolina Stingrays came to the Bon Secours Wellness Arena for a two-game in-state battle this past weekend.
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Mayhem Show Tenacity Despite Defeat

The past four games for the Macon Mayhem have seen losses in as many contests and a slip to eighth place in the SPHL standings.

Monday Rundown: Avs Injuries Hurt Eagles and More

LOVELAND, Colo. - Coming into 2019-20, the Colorado Avalanche organization had high hopes for both the Avs and their AHL affiliate, the Colorado Eagles.
Robson Dethrones Reign as Iowa Blanks Ontario

Robson Dethrones Reign as Iowa Blanks Ontario

DES MOINES, Iowa - It may be just six games in the professional career of Mat Robson, but the young man is making his mark.