Welcome to the Inside the SPHL Podcast, where Matthew Harding and Sin Bin SPHL Editor Mike Campos discuss the hot topics around the Southern Professional Hockey League!

In this edition, recorded on Monday, November 7, the guys talk about several topics, including:

  • What exactly goes in a gumbo… Squirrel, perhaps?
  • A breakdown of all of the Manic Monday transactions, including the huge three-for-one trade which sends Johnny Daniels from the Evansville Thunderbolts to the Peoria Rivermen for Josh Harris, Geordie Wudrick, and Luke Eibler.
  • The Macon Mayhem‘s rapid rise to the top of the SPHL standings.
  • Analyzing the early success of the Huntsville Havoc and the Knoxville Ice Bears.
  • Breaking down our SPHL Power Rankings.
  • After last season’s incident between Peoria’s Alec Hagaman and Mississippi’s Tyler Barr, how will the RiverKings handle the situation when the two teams meet on November 20th.
  • A debate on whether or not the honeymoon is over in Evansville.
  • Announcing the SPHL’s Three Stars of the Week: Roanoke’s Tyler Gjurich, Ice Bears goalie Michael Doan, and Macon defenseman Nick Grasso.

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  1. Tyler Barr has no problem controlling himself. He actually has a statement from hagaman saying that he flopped. He does not have a short fuse, as you can see in his play this year with a new coach that is not an instigator. It’s his job to do what he does, now he is with a much better team with a more professional coach who doesn’t tell him to take suspensions to keep people scared, as his last coach did. Don’t “sit” a man in your mind before you actually know who he is. He has no temper, no short fuse.

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