It’s time to unleash our nineteenth episode of our almost-award-winning Inside the SPHL Podcast! Join Matthew Harding and Mike Campos for their weekly look into the world of southern hockey! This week’s show was recorded on Tuesday, March 14, 2017.

Matty and Mike covered plenty of topics across the SPHL, including…

  • An appearance from Colonel Combs in the case of Knoxville Ice Bears defenseman Jason Price shooting a puck at Huntsville Havoc trainer Jason Lopez.
  • Are ten games (the rest of the regular season) enough of a punishment for Jason Price?
  • Why every winning streak is not created equal.
  • Devin Mantha‘s incredible run in the last week.
  • Is Sean Bonar the MVP of the SPHL? If not, who is?
  • Who is the favorite to win the William B. Coffey trophy? (SPHL Regular Season Champion)
  • Is the Rod Aldoff experiment working in Pensacola?
  • The volume of trips to IR late in the season.
  • We discuss changes to the SPHL Playoffs; attendance struggles and what teams could do to improve that, the need to shrink the playoff field to six and expanding series to five games.
  • Changes to the front office in Fayetteville and the impending demise of the Columbus Cottonmouths.

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