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Saturday, August 17, 2019

SPHL

Ice Flyers Leaning on Past Success to Build Future

PENSACOLA, Fla. – The signs fall is around the corner in Northwest Florida are all there. It is still unnecessarily hot, football is a...

SPHL Set for Changes in 2019-20

LAFAYETTE, La. -- The 2019 offseason has been one of stability in the Southern Professional Hockey League. For the first time in seven seasons, the league will go into a year with the same teams from the previous season.

Klecha Moves from Mayhem to Storm

After a season and change below the Mason-Dixon Line, a player has returned to Illinois, but for a different team than he originally played for.

Knoxville’s Silent Leader Returns

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Late last week the Knoxville Ice Bears announced the return of captain Lucas Bombardier for the upcoming 2019-2020 campaign. Coach Jeff Carr said of his captain in the simplest of terms:

Two Key Players Return to Knoxville

Both players were vital in the Ice Bears success and will be integral parts of what looks to be a successful year.

Soumelidis Highlights Mayhem’s Early Camp Invites

MACON, Ga. - Due to the lure of the ECHL, offseason signings by teams within the SPHL don’t exactly set opening night rosters in stone. They do, however, at least offer a look at what kind of team fans can expect to see put on the ice come October. 

Brancik Returns to the Ice Bears

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - As the SPHL offseason rolls along, the Knoxville Ice Bears made an important signing announcement.

Storm Sign Seven, Lose Rivals

MOLINE, Ill. - Signing season is in full effect for the Quad City Storm, as the training camp roster has now expanded to ten players since the beginning of July.

Simchuk Makes Transition to Bulls Bench

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – When the Birmingham Bulls take the ice this season a new, yet familiar face will be behind the bench for the Birmingham Bulls.

Life is a Highway for Sam Wilbur

Forward Sam Wilbur finished up his first year as a professional this past spring. The Sin Bin’s Sarah Hobday recently spoke with Wilbur about his adjustment from university to professional hockey, and all the miles he drove between the four teams he played for this past season.