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  2. WAAY-TV version of the story ... https://www.waaytv.com/content/news/Fans-saddened-by-UAH-hockey-program-discontinuing-574358731.html
  3. Eddie Matsushima scored twice and the Pensacola Ice Flyers defeated the Knoxville Ice Bears 5-2 in game one of the President’s Cup semifinals at the Civic Coliseum Wednesday night. Game two is Friday night in Pensacola. https://www.knoxvilleicebears.com/ice-bears-fall-to-ice-flyers-in-game-1/ View the full article
  4. Congratulations to the Ice Flyers on a dominant offensive effort tonight in Knoxville. Final Score = Pensacola 5 - Knoxville 2. The Flyers will return home with a chance to eliminate the Bears & play for the President's Cup.
  5. Game #1 in the books, Pensacola Ice Flyers 5 - Knoxville Ice Bears 2. With less than 2 seconds left, Alec Hagaman started an altercation with Knoxville's Connor Fries which gave the home team a very brief final PP. K'ville following their opponents to The Panhandle with a must-win game ahead of them. Final SOG Totals = 32 - 19 in favor of the victors. Clearly an offensively dominant performance for P'cola tonight. Ice Bears have two days & a bus ride to regroup.
  6. Ice Bears' Jacob Benson goes to the box to serve a Too Many Men penalty with with under 4 minutes left to play.
  7. P'cola's Garrett Milan makes it 5-2 with about 9 minutes left (another unassisted tally??). The Ice Flyers took over this game offensively again after they killed the Hagaman minor.
  8. Hagaman going to the box for high sticking with just over 14 minutes left. ETA: Nothing doing for the Ice Bears.
  9. Knoxville starting the third strong on offense.
  10. Well, the Chargers were using the moniker a decade before the Preds dropped their first puck, so there's that.
  11. Despite this ... ... the KCC camera crew were able to find plenty of Smile Cam & Kiss Cam subjects in the crowd tonight.
  12. End of 2 periods, Ice Flyers 4 - Ice Bears 2. If not for solid play by Di Salvo, this game would've been out of reach by now for Knoxville. Pensacola dominated that period offensively, as reflected by their 21-4 advantage in shots in the second. Chippiness definitely picking up as the period wound down.
  13. First penalties of the game with just under 3 minutes left in the 2nd, 4-on-4 hockey begins after roughing calls.
  14. An apparent P'cola goal by Hagaman on a shot along the end redline @ 7:47 in the 2nd draws a crowd of the on-ice officials, then consultation with the goal judge ... ruled NO GOAL. Play on.
  15. 13:01 in the middle frame, Pensacola's Jake Wahlin makes it 4-2 with yet another unassisted goal. Knoxville pulls Austyn Roudebush and inserts Peter Di Salvo.
  16. 17:10 of the 2nd period, Frédéric Letourneau ties the game 2-2. That one quieted the crowd. ETA: And @ 14:49 the Flyers take a 3-2 lead on a a second goal by Matsushima. Second unassisted goal in a row for the visitors.
  17. End of one period in Knoxville, 2-1 Ice Bears. The early lead for Pensacola seemed to wake up the I'Bears, who picked up their physical game & tipped the ice toward the visitors' end. SOGs 8-5 in favor of K'ville. Other stats at: https://www.thesphl.com/stats/game-center/4228
  18. Yesterday
  19. Knoxville responds @ 9:38 of the 1st. Goal to Austin Plevy, with assist to Jacob Benson. 1-1 score makes the home crowd happy. And @ 8:28, K'ville's Johnny Curran makes it 2-1.
  20. Eddie Matsushima gives the visitors the 1-0 lead @12:09 of the 1st period. The assist goes to Alec Hagaman.
  21. KCC max capacity raised from 1,500 to 2,000. Would like to hear from any & all members attending whether that changed the crowd size. Meanwhile, Game#1 underway on SPHL-TV.
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