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Thunderbolts Announce 22-23 Schedule

Tickets are on sale now!

The Evansville Thunderbolts, of the SPHL (Southern Professional Hockey League), announced today thefull list of our 56 home and away games, plus what teams we will be playing.

With the ten opposing teams in the SPHL, our most common foe will be Vermilion County (eleven times overall).  The Bobcats, from Danville, Illinois, were the new addition to the league last season, and we will see them at the Ford Center five times.  The team we will see the most at home will be the Quad City Storm(six games).  The Storm and the Thunderbolts have grown into quite the rivalry over the last few seasons.  The only team the Thunderbolts will not see in the 22-23 regular-season campaign will be the Roanoke Rail Yard Dogs.

Following is a breakdown of our activity with each of the teams in the league:  Vermilion County Bobcats – 11 games (5H, 6A); Peoria Rivermen – 9 games (3H, 6A); Quad City Storm – 8 games (6H, 2A); Birmingham Bulls – 8 games (3H, 5A); Huntsville Havoc – 7 games (3H, 4A); Pensacola Ice Flyers – 5 games (2H, 3A); Knoxville Ice Bears – 4 games (2H, 2A); Macon Mayhem – 2 games (2H, 0A); Fayetteville Marksmen – 2 games (2H, 0A); Roanoke Railyard Dogs – no games.

The Thunderbolts’ next big announcement will take place very soon with details of our Promotional Calendar.  This season promises to include new ideas and themes, as well as the return of many of our staple events.

Season ticket and group packages are now on sale for the upcoming season.  Call 812-422-BOLT for details.

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