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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 […]

Storm battle, fall short against Ice Bears

The Storm fell 5-3 Friday night at the TaxSlayer Center versus the Knoxville Ice Bears in front of a great crowd of over 4000. The visitors scored first at 13:28 of the opening period and held the 1-0 lead into the first intermission. Read more

Mayhem snap skid in Trask’s return

In their highest-scoring game of the season, the Mayhem ended a five-game winless drought with a 7-5 toppling over the Birmingham Bulls. The Mayhem had not gotten off to great starts over the past number of games. Macon had allowed the first goal of the game in five consecutive nights, and Friday night marked the […]

Dawgs edged by Marksmen 3-2

ROANOKE, Va. – Jesse Schwartz scored to tie the game at two in the third but the Rail Yard Dawgs gave up a late goal and ultimately fell to the Fayetteville Marksmen, 3-2, Friday night at Berglund Center. With Roanoke trailing 2-1 in the third period, Vojtech Zemlicka slung a pass forward to Zach Nieminen. He redirected […]

Havoc fly high on Superhero Night, ground the Ice Flyers 3-1

HUNTSVILLE – The Huntsville Havoc opened a two-game weekend series Friday night with a 3-1 victory over the Pensacola Ice Flyers. Forward Scott Trask led the team with a pair of goals and Ryan Salkeld contributed assists on all three scores. Read more

Storm’s Scully proving to be ‘heart of the team’

By Bobby Metcalfe, Quad-City Times (Photo by Andy Abeyta) Whether it’s blocking shots, scoring goals or dropping the gloves, John Scully has made an impression in his first season with the Quad-City Storm. “He’s pretty much the heart of the team,” head coach Dave Pszenyzcny said. “He does it all.” Read more

QC Storm giving back to community in a big way

By Bobby Metcalfe, Quad-City Times Before the Quad-City Storm ever set foot on the ice this season, the fledgling organization made clear it had a goal that went beyond the wins and losses. “We have to be more than just a hockey team,” team president Gwen Tombergs said. “We want to be the community’s team.” […]