From Slapshot to the NHL, the history of Fayetteville hockey is a long, strange one. Continue reading Fayetteville’s Surprising Historical Impact on Southern Hockey
Not since the demise of the West Coast Hockey League in 2003 has there truly been a western indy league. Continue reading Why is there no low-pro hockey in the west?
But wait…there’s more! Continue reading Bonus Questions from yesterday’s BLH Q&A!
One day after getting a HUGE get in the form of a new SPHL team in the Quad Cities, the SPHL was dealt a massive blow when the news came down Thursday morning that the Mississippi RiverKings, one of the longest lasting minor league hockey teams anywhere, with history dating back to 1992, have ceased operations. Continue reading BREAKING: Mississippi RiverKings cease operations for 2018-19
In a strange bit of news that was announced over the weekend, the East Coast Hockey League has reportedly filed a trademark for the former Central Hockey League, which folded in 2014 and had its remaining teams absorbed into the ECHL. Continue reading Central Hockey League trademark filed by ECHL