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Shortly after the Columbus Cottonmouths lost in the Southern Professional Hockey League finals to Pensacola on April 12, coach Jerome Bechard sat down with Kathy Gierer to review the season. Finishing in sixth place at the end of the regular season
The Columbus Cottonmouths have played 62 games this season as they head into Game 2 of the Southern Professional Hockey League championship series Saturday night. Saturday night's contest against the Pensacola Ice Flyers is the only one that matters.
Columbus Cottonmouths defenseman Mike Switzer watched glumly on the sidelines as the Snakes opened the regular season on Oct. 25. Less than six months later, Switzer and six other players who were not on the roster that night are integral parts of
05 p.m. at the Pensacola Bay Center. After the series opener in Pensacola, the best-of-three series shifts to the Columbus Civic Center on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. If necessary, game three will be back in Pensacola on Sunday at 7:05 p.m.
Ala. The Columbus Cottonmouths and Huntsville Havoc squared off in Game 1 of their Southern Professional Hockey League semifinals in the intimate confines of the Huntsville Municipal Ice Complex. The teams treated the 915 in attendance to basic,
The Columbus Cottonmouths split the first two games of their Southern Professional Hockey League opening round playoff series with Peoria. The deciding game of the best-of-three series will be at 6:15 Sunday evening at the Peoria Civic Center...Game
The Columbus Cottonmouths entered the last weekend of the regular season with high hopes of hosting their entire first-round playoff series. Instead, the Snakes have to make the longest road trip of the playoffs...After losing their fourth straight
VP Doug Price for the following info and my pal Dana Barker for getting the ball rolling on getting this exciting info: Columbus Cottonmouths goaltender Andrew Loewen shattered the league record for consecutive shutout minutes. Andrew's tally
The Columbus Cottonmouths and goaltender Andrew Loewen extended impressive streaks with the Snakes 4-0 shutout of visiting Bloomington at the Columbus Civic Center on Saturday night. The prize earned was a spot in the upcoming Southern Professional
Columbus Cottonmouths goaltender Andrew Loewen slammed the door on the visiting Bloomington Thunder before 3239 at the Columbus Civic Center on Friday night. Loewen and the Snakes posted a 2-0 shutout victory in Game 1 of their weekend doubleheader...