For some reason, people keep thinking that a merger between the FHL and SPHL is possible. Here’s what it isn’t happening. Continue reading No, the FHL is not trying to force a SPHL merger with potential southern expansion
After two seasons without pro hockey in the Fountain City, there is talk that multiple groups are reportedly trying to bring hockey back to Columbus, Georgia next season in the Federal Hockey League. We were tipped off about this news Friday afternoon, and reached out to a source within the FHL who confirmed that not only is the league interested in a team there, but … Continue reading REPORT: Multiple groups interested in FHL team in Columbus, GA
The FHL season is already 25 percent done, so that means it’s time to hand out some arbitrary awards that could seem very silly after the teams play their remaining 43 or 44 games, and as players get called up to higher leagues and miss big chunks of the season. But everyone loves awards, even if they don’t count, so let’s hand give away some internet hardware! Continue reading FHL at the quarter pole: Awards and what to watch for the rest of the way!
If you took the COMBINED attendance of Watertown, Danville, Port Huron, and Mentor, they would be averaging 3,279 fans a night, just 115 more than Elmira alone brings in. Continue reading Do Carolina and Elmira fit the current FHL mold?
Today we answer the tough questions about SPHL and FHL attendance, where the SPHL may look to expand next, and check in on the IHL. Continue reading Post-Thanksgiving Reader Q&A: Lots of questions about the SPHL!