Huntsville Havoc keep their season alive, make SPHL semifinals

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The Huntsville Havoc reached the SPHL semifianls, which begin Thursday in Roanoke. (Huntsville Havoc via Facebook)

The Huntsville Havoc’s 2021-22 season is not over. Thanks to a sweep of the Evansville Thunderbolts in the Southern Professional Hockey League quarterfinals, the Havoc will play a semifinal series against Roanoke starting Thursday.

A 3-2 win over the weekend in Evansville closed out the series and gave the Havoc new life in their quest for another SPHL championship.

Come to the Von Braun Center and cheer on the Havoc

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The Havoc will open the semifinal series on the road, but return to the VBC Saturday for Game 2. (Nathan Watson/Hville Blast)

Here is how to catch the Havoc in their semifinal series, which begins Thursday in Roanoke:

Whether you’re looking for a group outing with friends, family, or coworkers the Havoc has a package tailored perfectly for your needs. If you’re interested in booking a group outing, please click this link.

Havoc look to add another championship to their resume

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The Havoc look to capture their fourth SPHL championship. (Huntsville Havoc via Facebook)

If the Havoc can get by Roanoke this weekend, they would play in the SPHL finals for the fifth time in team history, and have a chance to capture the team’s fourth SPHL championship.

The Havoc won back-to-back SPHL titles in 2018 and 2019.

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Michael Seale
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