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Three Stars of Week 10

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – The end of a six-game skid, the largest attendance of the season for the Crown Coliseum, and plenty of outstanding individual performances lead to overall a nice transition week for the Marksmen heading into the second half of the season. In a week that was three-straight games against the Rail Yard Dawgs, the […]

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Perfection on Power Play Lifts Marksmen in ‘Sellout’

Bubba’s 33 Post-Game Recap FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Fresh off a quick Holiday break, the Marksmen players came into the Crown Coliseum and hit the reset button, on the heels of a six-game skid. Fans piled in their seats for “Operation Sellout” ready to watch thee Marksmen play rival Roanoke. Just two minutes into the first period, […]

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Goaltending Shines, Late Goal Drops Marksmen 2-1

Bubba’s 33 Post-Game Recap FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Having dropped the last four games, the Marksmen needed to find themselves back in the win column. Head Coach Jesse Kallechy has said all season they need to play a full sixty minutes. As the National Anthem concluded and players skated to center ice, it was time for puck […]

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Home-and-Home Rivalry Weekend Awaits Fayetteville, Roanoke

FAYETTEVILLE, NC – Every time the Marksmen and Rail Yard Dawgs face off on the ice, there’s a guaranteed battle for 60 minutes. Despite dropping Saturday Night’s contest in Roanoke in a shootout, the Marksmen still lead the season series 3-2. On tap for this weekend, the Marksmen face off against their rivals the Rail […]

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Three Stars from Week 9

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – A long-winded rivalry weekend ended in a disappointing result for the Marksmen, despite what turned out to be two great efforts from the team. After a pair of unlucky bounces in Macon on Friday night, the Marksmen battled themselves back into a great game against the Mayhem, ultimately falling 4-2 after an empty-net […]

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Marksmen Comeback Falls Short, Lose 4-3 in SO

Bubba’s 33 Post-Game Recap ROANOKE, VA – After a disappointing loss last night, the Marksmen traveled to the Berglund Center to take on their rival the Rail Yard Dawgs. Despite early mistakes in the crease, the Marksmen played a solid game last night and they looked to do the same tonight. Dillon Kelley was named […]

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‘Kickback Jack’s Coaches Show’ Debuts in January

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – With an ever-expanding approach to media this season, the Fayetteville Marksmen professional hockey team announces today that they’ve partnered up with North Carolina’s own Kickback Jack’s to be home to the team’s Coaches Show. Kickback Jack’s will be the official home of the Marksmen Coaches Show for the remainder of the 2018-2019 season, and the […]

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Early Bad Bounces Lead Macon to 4-2 Win

MACON, GA – After falling to the Bulls back-to-back last weekend, the Marksmen entered the Macon Centreplex looking for a chance to rebound from last weekend. The Marksmen got off the bus and unloaded their gear, knowing they are going into battle against a tough Macon team. The “Voice of the Marksmen” Shawn Bednard said […]

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Rivalry Road Stint Starts Tomorrow for Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Coming off a disappointing weekend sweep against the #1 Birmingham Bulls, the Marksmen hit the road for redemption, packing their bags for a two game road stint against the #2 Macon Mayhem and rival Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs. Friday’s game against the Mayhem is at 7:30 P.M, as the Marksmen look to beat […]

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