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Among the Snakes' surprises is defenseman Kyle Lundale, a fan favorite, but divisive presence in the locker room. August 4, 2011 Veteran forward Orrin Hergott and goaltender Ian Vigier sign on for their eighth and fifth seasons, respectively. October
President's Cup in Pensacola on April 14, it looked like his farewell to hockey...On October 14, Hergott reports to his ninth Snakes training camp as the longest tenured player in the Southern Professional Hockey League, a feat almost unheard of in
Technical difficulties and the Olympics have kept me off this blog, but don't think for a minute I haven't been working on hockey!! I usually take about a month or so off to decompress...The playoffs were a blur, but definitely a happy blur!
The Columbus Cottonmouths captured the 2012 Southern Professional Hockey League championship on April 14 in Pensacola. Coach and general manager Jerome Bechard sat down with Kathy Gierer to review the championship season. Did you say anything
The Columbus Cottonmouths set a lofty goal at the beginning of training camp in mid-October. Six months and 60 games later, the Snakes are only two victories away from reaching the Southern Professional Hockey League's summit. Tonight, the
Cottonmouths goalie Ian Vigier blocks a shot from Huntsville's Stuart Stefan during Friday night's game. Vigier, Christie dominant in net Special to the Ledger-Enquirer The Columbus Cottonmouths and Pensacola Ice Flyers open the Southern Professional
Louisiana IceGators Special to the Ledger-Enquirer Posted: 11:10pm on Mar 26, 2012; Modified: 11:32pm on Mar 26, 2012 Mike Haskeyfirstname.lastname@example.orgSnakes right winger John Sullivan brings the puck up the ice during Saturday's game against
Jordan Chong, Pensacola Ice Flyers (56 gp, 21-33-54, 9 ppg, 3 gwg) F - Brayden Metz, Louisiana IceGators (56 gp, 23-33-56, 14 ppg) F - Greg Beller, Columbus Cottonmouths (34 gp, 16-20-36, +17) D - Andrew Krelove, Columbus Cottonmouths (54 gp, 8-16-24,
tool goes here The Columbus Cottonmouths saw an early two-goal lead disappear Friday night against the first-place Augusta RiverHawks at the Columbus Civic Center...Jordan Braid's empty-net goal prevented a fifth straight one-goal game.
tool goes here It took nearly 62 minutes and overcoming a lot of adversity, but the Columbus Cottonmouths scored a 4-3 overtime win over Knoxville before 2,450 at the Columbus Civic Center as Legends Weekend got off to a roaring start.