LEE’S SUMMIT, MO – The Sin Bin is proud to announce a new broadcast arrangement with the champions of the Southern Professional Hockey League, Macon Mayhem.
Beginning with the season opener against the Pensacola Ice Flyers Friday night, The Sin Bin will air nine regular season and the team’s Presidents Cup Playoff games through The Sin Bin mobile app, with Erik Evenson providing the call from the broadcast booth.
The other dates of Macon Mayhem game broadcasts on The Sin Bin app are as follows:
- Fri, October 27 vs. Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs
- Thu, November 9 vs. Evansville Thunderbolts
- Thu, January 4 vs. Roanoke
- Fri, January 19 vs. Pensacola
- Thu. March 1 vs. Knoxville Ice Bears
- Fri, March 9 vs. Roanoke
- Sat, March 31 vs. Fayetteville Marksmen
- Thu, April 5 vs. Pensacola
“It’s great for the SPHL and The Sin Bin to bring this brand of hockey to a larger audience,” said SPHL editor Mike Campos. “The Mayhem organization have been eager partners, and we look forward to working with them and all of the other teams in the SPHL.”
“This agreement developed overnight. If it weren’t for the hard work of Mike Crook and Matt Thomas in developing our mobile app, we wouldn’t have the flexibility to accomplish this,” Campos continued.
“Our organization is thrilled to be teaming up with The Sin Bin to bring Mayhem hockey to another platform for the upcoming season,” said Erik Evenson, Director of Media Relations and Broadcasting for the Mayhem. “This is something that will help build the Mayhem brand, and we couldn’t be happier to team up with a tremendous publication like The Sin Bin.”
“We are thrilled to welcome the reigning SPHL champions to our broadcast family,” says Joe Rozycki, owner of TheSinBin.net. “All of us here at TheSinBin.net are thankful and appreciative of the tremendous relationship that we have built with the SPHL, all of its member teams, and the passionate SPHL fans. This agreement with the Macon Mayhem is a tremendous step forward towards broadening the scope and reach of the SPHL.”
The Mayhem becomes the second minor league hockey team to air their games on The Sin Bin app, joining the Wichita Thunder, who air all 72 ECHL regular-season & playoff games and at least five coaches shows through the app.