When the Quad City Storm joined the Quad Cities community, they said they were a team for the community, one “the community’s going to be proud of.”
All of the on-ice hardware may have been handed out, but we've saved the best for last.
LAFAYETTE, La. -- The Sin Bin is proud to announce Brian Gardner of the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs has been named our SPHL Broadcaster of the Year for the 2018-19 season.
MACON, Ga. - The Macon Mayhem offered a glimpse of what kind of team it’ll be putting on the ice in the fall with the...
LAFAYETTE, La. - It’s time to unleash the 25th episode of season three on the pretty-good-but-not-quite-award-winning Inside the SPHL Podcast!
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The iconic wrestler Ric Flair once coined the phrase, “To be the man, you got to beat the man.” On Saturday evening,...
As in every great rivalry, this game had momentum swings, physical play, and timely scoring.
PELHAM, Ala. -- The Pelham Civic Center was abuzz with excitement. Packed to near capacity with 3,471 fans, both fans of the Birmingham Bulls and the Huntsville Havoc faithful who made the trip down Interstate 65 to witness the first championship series game in the decades-long history of professional hockey in the state of Alabama.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Excuse me for just a minute, as I attempt to channel my inner Bruce Buffer. Ladies and gentlemen...this is the main event of...
PELHAM, Ala. -- The semifinal series between the Birmingham Bulls and the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs remained dramatic to the end. After a pair of road team wins - game one to Birmingham and a penalty-filled game two to Roanoke, the decisive game three to send one team to their first-ever President's Cup Final would not lack for the theatrics.