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Mayhem entering playoff semifinal with full head of steam

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Mayhem entering playoff semifinal with full head of steam


The changing lineups may have been a constant through the season. Not to mention a late-season injury to one of the team’s biggest names. 

But through it all, here the Macon Mayhem are, in the semifinal round of the SPHL President’s Cup playoffs for the second year in a row. 

The Mayhem backed themselves into a corner in the Challenge Round to open the SPHL postseason, trailing Evansville in the best-of-three series after a 2-1 loss. All Macon did was punch its way out in a big way. The team put up scores of 6-1 and 8-0 on Saturday and Sunday for a convincing series win in its quests to repeat as champions. 

“On Thursday, we didn’t play very well and got out of sorts. We got back to playing the way we like to play, we obviously in our last two games played well and scored a lot of goals,” Mayhem head coach Kevin Kerr said. “Sometimes you score a lot of goals, and Peoria did that last year and then they met up with us. I like our chances, but we still have a long way to go.”

Read more at: http://www.macon.com/sports/nhl/article209049184.html

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