Saturday, July 11, 2020
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The Sin Bin App is your one-stop shop for everything TSB.  You can stay up-to-date on everything related to the AHL, ECHL, and SPHL from the top minor league hockey news sports…The Sin Bin!

Fans will be able to listen to live pregame shows from the Wichita Thunder (ECHL) and Kansas City Mavericks (ECHL) along with live game broadcasts from the Wichita Thunder (ECHL) and Macon Mayhem (SPHL) through our Mixlr channels.

You can also listen to the In The Corners Podcast with Harding & Metcalf as well as the Inside the SPHL podcasts live through the app on Monday and Tuesday nights during the hockey season.

Every piece of news that The Sin Bin produces can be read through the app along with some App Exclusive only content that is only featured in the app as well.

A few more features include:

  • Push notifications for the leagues you want to follow

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Is the TSB App Free?

Yes, you can download The Sin Bin App for free from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

Can I get alerts on my favorite team?

At this current time, you can only get Alerts/Notifications by divisions.  So, you just want to choose whichever division your team plays in.

How do I setup push notifications?

Once in the app, open the menu by tapping on the “hamburger” icon in the upper left corner.  Now scroll down to the Settings section of the menu and tap on “App Settings”.  Tap on “Notification Settings” to view all of the different notifications that you can get in the app.

Currently, we only offer the ability to get notifications from each of the divisions in the league.  So, just choose the division that your team plays in to get any alerts for news that will come out on your team.

How do I listen to games/podcasts?

From the main menu of the app choose “Listen Live” or “Podcasts” from the menu at the bottom of the screen.  From there, hit the “Listen Live” or “Past Episodes” button and make sure that you turn the volume up on your device.

NOTE:  For iPhone users, make sure that volume switch on the side of the phone is flipped up.