Category: News

Marksmen Corporate Spotlight: Bubba’s 33

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Introducing Marksmen Corporate Spotlight – highlighting our partners in the community who help make Marksmen Hockey possible! We start our spotlight with our good friends at Bubba’s 33 in Fayetteville, a family-oriented restaurant founded by the creator of Texas Roadhouse in 2015. Bubba’s mission statement is four simple ideas: “Food, Family, Sports, and […]

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Marksmen Invade Macon for Preseason Battle

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Three days into Marksmen Training Camp, the potential players will head down to Macon, Georgia to face-off in an exhibition against the second-best team in the 2017-18 Southern Professional Hockey League Regular Season. On October 12, the Macon Mayhem and Fayetteville Marksmen suit up for each team’s first non-team scrimmage, giving both first-year […]

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International Defensemen Felix Boucher Joins Marksmen

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Finding the best talent sometimes means searching beyond the borders of familiarity. In this case for Coach Kallechy, it meant going beyond the borders of North America, as he welcomes aboard French Professional Hockey player, Felix Boucher. Boucher, 22, has never played a single minute in the United States, but is of […]

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Greco Returns to Marksmen

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Carl Greco had a busy first few months of 2018. Finishing off his final season as a Junior at Westfield State University on February 24, Greco found himself a few weeks later suiting up for his first ever professional hockey game with Fayetteville against the Evansville Thunderbolts on March 10, where he’d come […]

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Former Ice Flyer, OHL alumni David Mazurek Signs with Marksmen

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – After a junior career that reads like a laundry list of some of hockey’s most prolific leagues, a hard-nosed, experienced, and talented Center comes to the Marksmen. That player is former Pensacola Ice Flyer David Mazurek, who in his second year in professional hockey, finds himself in the orange and black in Fayetteville. […]

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Rookie Defenseman Sean Kacerosky Signs with Marksmen

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – First-year Head Coach Jesse Kallechy has made two things obvious in his player signings so far this off-season; size and speed. With rookie defenseman Sean Kacerosky, Coach Kallechy feels he’s obtained both. Standing at 6’0 and 205 lbs, Kacerosky brings four years of collegiate hockey experience to the Marksmen. The 24-year-old defenseman was […]

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Former Marksmen Shane Bennett Returns to Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Opening Night 2017 was the first game of professional hockey for both the Fayetteville Marksmen, and Shane Bennett. Bennett, a rookie forward at the time, was wearing the orange and black, and ready to start his career in the eastern-most city of the SPHL. He would finish the season on the opposite side […]

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Sheeran – Street Hockey to the South

Written By: James Jackson. Photo Credit: Dan Hickling via Flickr FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Nolan Sheeran has been skating since he was just four-years-old. The rookie forward for the Marksmen honed his craft with a hockey-bred family, starting, quite literally, on the streets of East Amherst, New York. “My dad played hockey, and I have older siblings […]

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Campagna Returns ‘Home’ For Third Season

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Every other position has been announced this off-season for the Marksmen organization heading into training camp, except for that of the Defense. That changes today as first-year Head Coach Jesse Kallechy officially announces the re-signing of last year’s assistant captain Brad Campagna. At 6’2 and 205 pounds, the right-hander from Monroe, New York […]

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