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
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
After a strange off-season that saw the Federal Hockey League and its teams take a number of weird twists and turns, the league’s eighth season is set to start tonight. Continue reading The Federal Hockey League season starts tonight!
With just over a month until the start of the Federal Hockey League season, the action around team rosters is almost as hot as the takes on this website! Continue reading Federal Hockey League news roundup: A trade! More signings!
As the calendar gets ready to flip to September, hockey season is just around the corner and the Federal Hockey League has finalized its 2017-18 schedule, which needed tweaking after Danbury unexpected folded during the summer. Continue reading Federal Hockey League news roundup: 2017-18 schedule finalized
Some massive news out of the Federal Hockey League broke on Wednesday night when the Port Huron Prowlers and Cornwall Nationals announced a trade that will send the league’s leading scorer in Ahmed Mahfouz from Port Huron to Cornwall. Continue reading Federal Hockey League news roundup: League’s leading scorer traded to Cornwall Nationals
With last week’s news that the Danbury Titans of the Federal Hockey League had folded, that meant there were going to be players available for the remaining six FHL teams, and those players found their new homes Wednesday afternoon thank to the FHL Dispersal Draft. Continue reading Federal Hockey League dispersal draft results and analysis
I have to say, the league has some surprisingly good logos, and the voting for this one was our tightest one yet, with every logo receiving at least one second-place vote or higher, and every logo receiving at least one fifth-place vote or lower. Continue reading HOTSPROTSTAKES staff poll: Ranking the Federal Hockey League logos
The AVERAGE team in this league scored 3.65 goals per game last season. The highest scoring team in the NHL last season was the Pittsburgh Penguins at 3.39 goals per game. So if you like high-scoring games, this is the place for you. Continue reading HOTSPROTSTAKES will be covering the Federal Hockey League this season