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?
I know it seems like the FHL season just started, but we’re already 20 percent of the way through the schedule after this past weekend’s games, and this slate of games was interesting for a lot of reasons. Continue reading FHL Weekly Wrap-Up: The pre-game shootout debuts, goals on goals, Elmira heats up
The Prowlers have limped out of the gate to start the 2018-19 season, sitting in last-place heading into this weekend’s games with a mark of 2-1-7-1 (W-OTW-L-OTL) and just nine points through the first 11 games. Continue reading What’s plaguing the Port Huron Prowlers?
Does Pro Hockey need a Heel? Maybe. Continue reading Is The FHL’s Loose Approach Key To Its Survival?
In one of the weirdest, strangest, and most controversial moves we’ve ever heard, at any level of hockey, the Carolina Thunderbirds announced a new rule for all of its home games, starting this weekend against the Port Huron Prowlers. Continue reading Carolina Thunderbirds to start home games with a shootout for some reason