How To Watch/Listen/Follow Today’s Game at Roanoke
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – After finishing Opening Weekend with a 1-1 record and a goal-differential of 0, the Marksmen travel to Roanoke this evening in a one-off game weekend.
These two East Coast rivals come in with similar records, and similar mentalities coming out of the result from a week prior – dominate and win.
This will be another exciting chapter in the season’s story between these rivals, and marks the third time these two teams have played this season (exh. at Roanoke prior to season).
Despite Roanoke being the Marksmen’s closest rival, they still are a bit far for some fans to travel. That’s why we’ve made it easy for you to be on top of everything happening in tonight’s action!
If you’re looking to really see the ice and experience the fun that tonight has to offer, you’ll have a couple different ways to watch the game.
On-After Sports Bar & Grub in Fayetteville is our official “Home Away from Home”, and is your watch party destination. With TVs all around the venue, great food and drink specials, no charge to be there, and an entertaining atmosphere among other Marksmen fans, it is truly the best way to experience tonight’s game.
If you’re outside of Fayetteville or can’t make it out, all SPHL games are available to watch on SPHLlive.com (subscription required). To truly make it a more familiar experience, simply click on audio, and change it to away audio.
As always, the Marksmen Media Network will have highlights from the night’s game, posted on our social media channels.
Life can be too busy to sit down and commit your time to watching a hockey game, or maybe you’re driving on Friday night but still want to keep up with the game. We’ve got you covered there.
Head to MarksmenRadio.com for the HD radio broadcast of tonight’s game, called by the Voice of the Marksmen Shawn Bednard. As always, our radio broadcasts are free and easy to listen to. You can even do other things on your phone and computer while listening without being stuck on just the audio streaming page.
The Marksmen Radio Network features our Pre-Game show all the way to the end with our Bubba’s post-game show.
As long as your device has access to the internet, you can listen to the game.
Perhaps you’re too busy to watch, and in too loud of an area to listen to the game, but are desperate to see how your favorite player is doing tonight, or what the score is.
As always for every game, we have the play-by-play on our Twitter Feed (@Marksmen_Hockey) giving you the live update of everything happening during the course of the game for both teams. From goal scorers to fights, and of course plenty of fun.
This is also the best way to communicate with the Marksmen on game nights, and to be able to easily find our graphics and links to listen.
We make it easy for you to keep up with everything happening, even if you can’t be there.
The Marksmen head to Roanoke at 11:30 A.M., with puck drop at 7:05 P.M! We hope you’ll keep up with all the action, and look forward to a great night of hockey.
The Marksmen are back home on Friday, November 2 for Haunted Hockey, and Saturday, November 3 for Military Appreciation. Tickets are available now by calling the Marksmen office at (910) 321-0123!
If you’re interested in partnering up with the Marksmen organization, or hearing about our season ticket packages, group packages, mini-plans, or advertising benefits in-arena or with the broadcast, email Director of Digital Marketing and Media Shawn Bednard, SBednard@MarksmenHockey.com or call the Marksmen Office at (910) 321-0123.
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The Fayetteville Marksmen are owned and operated by Union Pro Hockey Group and play their home games at Crown Coliseum. The Marksmen are a committed community asset, designed to provide premium entertainment to families and individuals in Cumberland County and surrounding areas.