State of the Fed: Wolves capture FHL Commissioner’s Cup; wild off-season set to begin

Folks, after a wild ride that saw one team fold and an expansion team set an attendance record that will probably never be broken, the 2017-18 Federal Hockey League season came to and end last. Continue reading State of the Fed: Wolves capture FHL Commissioner’s Cup; wild off-season set to begin

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State of the Federal: Three expansion teams rumored for next season

Hey now, THREE expansion teams? That means if none of the current five teams fold (not likely, sorry North Shore), then the league would have eight teams next season. But what cities and towns would want the FHL, and where are some markets they could play?  Continue reading State of the Federal: Three expansion teams rumored for next season

STATE OF THE FEDERAL: @NorthernFeds Battle Well in Season Opener

  The Federal Hockey League’s “newly added expansion team” showed out on their first-ever franchise game, taking on the Watertown Wolves on the road for the first of five games between the rivals. Fans were eagerly awaiting tonight’s long-anticipated puck drop, and showed up publicly to support their boys. Nobody knew what to expect from a ragtag team of former players/scratches – who fans were … Continue reading STATE OF THE FEDERAL: @NorthernFeds Battle Well in Season Opener

STATE OF THE FEDERAL: They Lost the Nationals…Now What? Doom!

In a shocking twist, the Federal Hockey League – hockey’s answer to Minor League…er, independent league… no, wait, remember that Amarillo all-online Baseball team? Yeah, that -has lost one of the few non-Soskin (Carolina, Port Huron, Danville; ironically the competitive attendance teams!) teams that it had remaining in it’s bittersweet six-team saloon. Cornwall Nationals, indirectly billed as the “new-direction of the FHL” (this means North, … Continue reading STATE OF THE FEDERAL: They Lost the Nationals…Now What? Doom!