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qwacker2

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  1. Havoc Training Camp Roster shows Stefan listed back as a Forward this season.
  2. Thanks for stepping in Mark. I'll try to catch back up here in the next few days.
  3. Kaiser has played in 102 games the past two seasons for the Havoc. He has scored 15 goals, recorded 42 assists and has 213 penalty minutes. He was named All-SPHL First Team last season after scoring seven goals, recording 28 assists and finishing with a +13. read full article here
  4. Stefan has played in 323 career games, all with the Havoc, and scored 71 goals and recorded 135 assists. The Delhi, Ontario native was a Second-Team All-SPHL selection last season after scoring 13 goals and recording 21 assists and finishing with a +16. He was also named All-SPHL Second Team in 2014-15 and 2015-16. He was the 2013-14 SPHL Defenseman of the Year and an All-SPHL First Team selection. Stefan currently ranks second in the Havoc record book in games played with 323 trailing Ray Ortiz by only four games. He is third in career goals scored with 71, second in assists with 135 and tied for second in points with 206. Complete article here
  5. Protected List

    Simpson was a bit of a surprise too. He's a solid SPHL guy, and will most assuredly be on a roster next year if he wants. I'm thinking he may be in the Tateson camp with a verbal commit (both speculation on my part). I'm not surprised at Clewlow, as a veteran. He was one of the best the Havoc have signed, but the Havoc have never been big on utilizing/keeping vets. Vets like Clewlow typically move around their last few years. The Havoc did protect 2 veterans, which is unusual - I was surprised Nutkevitch is there (thanks to TB for not making me look it up) . It's just nice that the Havoc had a quality field to protect. The callups and IR were unusual, but still fielded a quality team down the stretch. Usually, a 3 or 4 player protected list would suffice.
  6. I read where it may have been a hit piece by the Tennessean writer. The Tennessean went to him asking for an interview, and he simply asked the Preds if it was OK. Don't know if it's true...
  7. Protected List

    Unlike the Havoc to not make the announcement - somebody must have been on vacation. A bit surprising to protect Lidgett and ECHL callups who didn't return for the playoffs, but leave Fellnermayr and Hietala unprotected. I thought Fellnermayr and Hietala were bigger impact players down the stretch than Sharkey and Piluso (and Phee). I'll guess Tateson is probably a verbal commit.
  8. https://pensacolaiceflyers.com/ice-flyers-2017-protected-list-announced/ F, Corey Banfield F, Josh Cousineau F, Stephen Hrehoriak F, Joe Kalisz F, Massimo Lamacchia F, Patrick Megannety F, Ken Neil F, Andrew Schmit F, Maxime St-Cyr D, Louis Belisle D, Brandon Blair D, Brad Bourke D, Nathan Bruyere
  9. Break out the Brooms

    Please tell me one of these teams won a championship so I can start a crusade to hang a banner at the VBC. I'm all in on this franchise thing.
  10. Has the Jax deal fallen through? I thought he'd moved on.
  11. That should help out the Rivermen. Best of 3 then?
  12. Steele hung in there, but didn't have a great night. Earlier in the season, a couple quick goals meant he was done for the night. He's had a good post season and will hopefully be back next season. Havoc outshot the Rivermen 32-19 (21 w/empty netters), but couldn't break down Phaneuf.
  13. #4 Havoc (1-1) vs #3 Rivermen (1-1) 4/22 at 7:05PM - Carver Arena Playoffs Semifinals Game F-3 Pointstreak Scoreboard Poinstreak GameLive Listen Live (Rivermen Audio) Listen Live (Havoc Audio) Watch Live (SPHL Live - $$)
  14. Huntsville gives up 3 goals in regulation, but score in the last minute of the 3rd to send it to OT. Havoc pull out the 4-3 win in OT to send it back to Peoria for Game 3 tomorrow. Great playoff hockey!
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