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After up-and-down first half, Storm searching for consistency

By Bobby Metcalfe, Quad-City Times (Photo by Andy Abeyta) At times this season, the Quad-City Storm have looked like a team to be reckoned with. There was the season-opening win over Peoria, another 4-1 win over the Rivermen on New Year’s Eve and a 3-2 win over Knoxville last week. Read more

Doug Price appointed Commissioner of the Southern Professional Hockey League

HUNTERSVILLE, NC (January 17, 2019) – The Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) today announced that Doug Price has been named the league’s new Commissioner. Price has a long history with the SPHL and the industry, having spent 25 years in professional hockey. He has been with the SPHL for the past 10 seasons as Vice President of […]

Fayetteville’s Nathan Perry named Warrior Player of the Week

HUNTERSVILLE, NC (January 15, 2019) – The Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) today announced goaltender Nathan Perry of the Fayetteville Marksmen is the Warrior Player of the Week for January 7-13. Making only his second and third appearances of the season after starting goaltender Dillon Kelly was loaned to ECHL Adirondack, Perry went 2-0-0, posting […]

SPHL, The Sin Bin and DASH Auctions Announce Plans for 2019 All-Star Fan Vote

HUNTERSVILLE, NC (January 15, 2019) – The Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL), The Sin Bin and DASH Auctions on Tuesday announced plans for the 2019 SPHL All-Star Fan Vote. The annual event, hosted on TheSinBin.net, has increased in popularity since its inception in 2016. Last year’s fan vote brought in over 400,000 votes from across […]

Mayhem shut out on 90’s Night

In front of their biggest crowd of the season (3,019), the Mayhem’s attack was silenced by Mavric Parks and the Birmingham Bulls in a 3-0 final decision. In Friday night’s 7-5 victory, the Mayhem’s biggest concern was their penalty kill. They allowed a power play goal on three straight Birmingham opportunities, and the struggles continued […]

Di Salvo shines In shootout win

Another game decided by one goal; but this time the Storm can celebrate. Quad City took the middle game of the weekend series with the Knoxville Ice Bears 3-2 in the shootout. Read more

Gaul’s hat trick lifts Rivermen to fifth straight

Evansville, IN – The Peoria Rivermen got three goals from rookie winger Stephen Gaul in the first 23:04 of regulation, two more from center Justin Greenberg, and coasted to a 6-1 win over the Evansville Thunderbolts at the Ford Center Saturday night. The win, Peoria’s fifth in a row, improves the Rivermen to 22-3-3 on the season before […]

Havoc double-up Ice Flyers 4-2, sweep weekend series

HUNTSVILLE – Trailing for much of the game, the Huntsville Havoc scored three goals in the third period Saturday night to complete the comeback and defeat the Pensacola Ice Flyers 4-2 at the Von Braun Center. Rookie forward Rob Darrar contributed a pair of goals and an assist for his first three-point game as a professional hockey player. Read […]

Perry’s first shutout, Kielich’s game-winner sweep Roanoke

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Entering the final game of the Home-and-Home series against the Rail Yard Dawgs, the Marksmen found themselves on a six game winning streak. Playing their best hockey so far this season, the Marksmen showed no signs of slowing down last night. Nathan Perry recorded his first shutout in the SPHL in the Marksmen’s […]

Thunderbolts fall to Peoria in first game of series

Evansville, IN (January 11, 2019) – It has been a busy week for the Evansville Thunderbolts, as the team acquired both Evan Schultz from Birmingham, along with Jake Schultz from free agency. Tonight’s game also marked the return of Carter Shinkaruk and Rory Rawlyk from injury, Brandon Tucker from illness, and both Shayne Morrissey and Frank […]