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Pictures are posted for 11/21/14 game vs Peoria.


Christmas Dinner - December 7,2014
For more information on our Christmas Dinner - click HERE
(Booster Club Members Only)

You too can join the Booster Club and participate in all of the fun activities like those listed below. It is a fun time with members and your Ice Bears.  Complete the membership application below and bring to the next home game.  Guaranteed FUN!

Membership Application Click Here

Ornament Auction - November 28, 2014

Strike & Spare - January 13, 2015

More information on these events as they get closer. Be sure to check back often for the latest updates as well as newly planned events.


You better be sure to get over to the Booster Club table and getyour own 2014-2015 Ice Bear calendar. They are currently at $15.00 (early purchase only). Don't wait because quantities are limited. Great Christmas gifts - get yours today.

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   November 22, 2014 - Fayetteville - It's the kind of irrefutable statement that, in a nutshell, described why the Fayetteville FireAntz lost Saturday night: "You're never going to win a game if you don't score a goal."

That's how coach Emery Olauson summarized his team's 1-0 setback against the Knoxville IceBears at Crown Coliseum. Robbie Donahoe's second-period power-play goal was all Knoxville needed to improve to 7-3-0 on the season. Fayetteville dropped to 2-5-2 in Southern Professional Hockey League action.

;I thought, all in all, it was our best effort of the season, said the FireAntz's Randy Cameron. ;We stuck to the game plan, had 34 to 35 shots, and I thought we were able to hem them in at times. Hopefully, we can get some offense going and that'll open the floodgates. Read More

November 21, 2014 - Knoxville  (Dave Feather) - The Knoxville Ice Bears fell to the Peoria Rivermen 9-3 at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum.  Knoxville Ice Bears surrendered five goals in the first period to set the tone for the evening.  Ben Oskroba started the scoring with a 4-3 power play goal at 7:06 of the period.  Josh Harris, Dennis Sicard, Alex Hudson and Dan Bremner rounded out the scoring for the first 20 minutes of play.  

The Ice Bears looked to rattle off another repeat performance from last Thursday when they rallied from two three goal deficits to defeat the Huntsville Havoc 9-7.   After Peoria scored their sixth goal of the game, Knoxville rattled off three unanswered markers by Francis Drolet, Ben Power and Drolet again to cut the lead in half the end of the second period – the first of which had donated teddy bears rain down on the ice surface for the Ice Bears annual Teddy Bear Toss. Peoria made sure there wasn’t any hope of a comeback when Alex Hagaman scored at 4:39 of the final frame.  Jake Task and Michael McCann notched the eighth and ninth goals of the game

      Get well soon CHILLY!

November 20, 2014 - Knoxville vs Peoria - KNOXVILLE, TENN. -- The Peoria Rivermen maintained one first and picked up another on Thursday against Knoxville. Peoria absorbed its first-ever regulation loss in seven meetings against the Ice Bears, a 4-1 decision, but remained in first place overall in the SPHL before 2,207 at Knoxville Coliseum. The Rivermen out-played Knoxville in the first 40 minutes but made some costly mistakes from which there was no recovery.

Peoria produced 33 shots, but there were few follow-up shots and not enough presence on the doorstep against Knoxville goaltender Braely Torris, who now is 4-0-0. The Rivermen had a five-game win streak snapped, but remained atop the SPHL. "We dominated the first and second periods but we didn't get enough from it," Rivermen head coach Jean-Guy Trudel said. "We had some bad moments -- we gave up a terrible (soft) goal, our defense unit was poor, our best players were our worst players and our grinders were our best players, and it's been that way too often.

November 15, 2014 - SOUTHAVEN, Miss. -- Josh Cousineau scored with 51.3 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Knoxville Ice Bears (5-2-0) a 3-2 win over the Mississippi RiverKings (2-4-1) Saturday night at the Landers Center. The RiverKings failed to hold a pair of one-goal leads in the defeat.

Andrew Randazzo put the RiverKings on the board first in the opening period. With the RiverKings on the power play, he and Leo Thomas played catch with the puck near the blue line. Thomas worked to the right circle then set up Randazzo for a one-timer from the center point, which he blasted past goalie Braely Torris for a 1-0 lead. 

The Ice Bears matched with a power-play goal of their own late in the first. Eric Satim stashed home a rebound with 5.1 seconds left in the frame, evening the game at one. Robbie Donahoe and Jason Price were credited with assists.

The RiverKings flipped momentum briefly back in their favor to start the second period. The Ice Bears turned the puck over in their defensive zone with Reid Campbell, making his professional debut, intercepting a pass at the blue line. He fired one from the point and Burke Gallimore redirected it past Torris to give the RiverKings a 2-1 lead 2:40 into the second.

The RiverKings held the lead past the halfway mark of the third period. However, the Ice Bears won a lengthy battle for the puck in the offensive zone and Peter Neal collected the puck along the boards and skated uncontested to the front of the net. He slipped the puck past goalie Adam Courchaine to tie the game at two and force overtime.

In the three-on-three extra period Cousineau found a rebound in front of the net and beat Courchaine with 51.3 seconds remaining to give the Ice Bears their third win over the RiverKings this season.


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KIBBC Newsletter

November 2014

October 2014

HUNTERSVILLE, NC – The Southern Professional Hockey League, in partnership with USA Hockey and the Columbus Cottonmouths, today announced that Erin Blair and Katie Guay, two female referees with extensive international experience, will officiate the Cottonmouths’ Girl Scout Night game against Fayetteville on Friday, November 21.Read More

QUESTIONS ABOUT THE HELMET RULE - A player on the ice whose helmet comes off during play will be assessed a minor penalty unless he immediately (a) exits the playing surface or (b) puts the helmet back on with the chin strap properly fastened. If, after losing his helmet, he goes to his players’ bench to be substituted for, he may not return to the ice during play without a helmet (nor may a player exit the penalty bench during play without a helmet). Should he do so, the play shall be stopped once his team has gained possession of the puck, and a minor penalty shall be assessed to the player and the ensuing face-off will take place at the end zone face-off spot of the non-offending team. 2014 - 2015 SPHL Rule Book

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October 29, 2014 - SPHL - It didn’t take long for the Macon Mayhem to make a splash in season ticket sales.

Fans began lining up as early as 4 a.m. on Saturday, the first day Mayhem season tickets were available to the general public. When the doors to the Centreplex lobby opened at 10 a.m. a strong contingent of Mayhem fans were eager to secure their seats, when the Mayhem take to the ice for the 2015-16 Southern Professional Hockey League season. Read More

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