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Marksmen Serve a Handful, Down Bulls 5-1 at Home

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Back home after a weekend on the road in multiple arenas, the Marksmen would feel the magic of Disney Night, handling their foes in the Birmingham Bulls 5-1 in front of 2800. The Marksmen would control every period from the jump, and put together one of their better performances of the year. […]

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Ahead of three-game weekend, Marksmen sign former NCAA D1 goalie Brody Claeys

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Ahead of three-game weekend, Marksmen sign former NCAA D1 goalie Brody Claeys At 6’4, 209lbs Claeys hails from Dauphin, MB and comes to the Marksmen after spending 2 seasons at NCAA D1 Univ. of Alaska-Anchorage where he posted a .909 SV% and a 2.84 GAA before turning pro. After his collegiate career, Claeys […]

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Brian Bowen Named SPHL Player of the Month; First in Marksmen History

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Second-year Marksmen Forward Brian Bowen has picked up in the 2020 season right where he left off the 2018-2019 campaign; points – and plenty of them. For the first time in the team history of the Fayetteville Marksmen – and the first of Bowen’s professional career – he has been named the Warrior […]

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Marksmen, Bulls Swap Players Ahead of Weekend Series

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – With an intense weekend series expected between the Fayetteville Marksmen and their foes bound from Birmingham, Alabama in the Bulls, the two teams announce a one-for-one player trade. In exchange for rookie defenseman Kodi Schwarz, the Fayetteville Marksmen will receive rookie Forward Canon Pieper (pr: pea-per) from Birmingham. Pieper, 5’11 185lb left-hander from […]

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Last-Second Goals Give Huntsville Comeback Victory

HUNTSVILLE, AL – Following a close-call road win in Knoxville last night, the Marksmen embarked on a late night trip down to the Rocket City for a 3 P.M. local time game against the defending-champion Huntsville Havoc. After dropping their two contests against the Havoc in overtime at home earlier in the season, the Marksmen would […]

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Last-Second Goals Give Huntsville Comeback Victory

HUNTSVILLE, AL – Following a close-call road win in Knoxville last night, the Marksmen embarked on a late night trip down to the Rocket City for a 3 P.M. local time game against the defending-champion Huntsville Havoc. After dropping their two contests against the Havoc in overtime at home earlier in the season, the Marksmen would […]

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Olivieri’s Second Period Pair Enough as Marksmen Hold on for Eighth Straight

KNOXVILLE, TN – Returning to Knoxville on the heels of an odd finish last time out, the streaking Marksmen would look to continue their success against an Ice Bears team they’ve had recent good fortune against. Fayetteville would be well-rested heading into the battle, arriving in the Smoky Mountains the previous night ahead of a pair […]

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Fayetteville, Macon Exchange Players in Huge Trade

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – In an unexpected move in the middle of the season, the Fayetteville Marksmen and Macon Mayhem – two teams at different positions in the standings – swap players heading into February in a massive trade in the Southern Professional Hockey League. The Marksmen receive fifth-year pro Forward Stathis Soumelidis and second-year pro Defenseman […]

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Marksmen Shoot To Seventh Straight Win in Shortened Game, Shootout

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – If there were a hockey-equivalent to a baseball game being called due to rain, it occurred this afternoon at the Crown Coliseum, as zamboni issues would force the Marksmen and Thunderbolts to play their rubber match in a game with 20 minutes of play and a shootout. The game would start a bit […]

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