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2010–11 SPHL season
League Southern Professional Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Regular season
Season champions Mississippi Surge
Season MVP Matt Auffrey (Augusta)[1]
Top scorer Chris Leveille (Fayetteville)
Playoffs
Finals champions Mississippi Surge
  Finals runners-up Augusta Riverhawks

The 2010–11 Southern Professional Hockey League season was the seventh season of the Southern Professional Hockey League. The season began October 21, 2010, and ended April 15, 2011, after a 56-game regular season and a six-team playoff. The Mississippi Surge captured their first SPHL championship.

PreseasonEdit

The Augusta Riverhawks joined the SPHL, after the departure of the city's ECHL franchise two years prior.[2][3]

Regular seasonEdit

Final standingsEdit

Team[4] GP W L GF GA Pts
Mississippi Surge 56 37 19 207 157 74
Augusta Riverhawks 56 35 21 203 177 70
Huntsville Havoc 56 30 26 168 158 60
Columbus Cottonmouths 56 29 27 169 171 58
Pensacola Ice Flyers 56 28 28 187 195 56
Knoxville Ice Bears 56 27 29 186 187 54
Fayetteville FireAntz 56 22 34 170 184 44
Louisiana IceGators 56 16 40 170 231 32
William B. Coffey Trophy winners
     Advanced to playoffs

AttendanceEdit

Team Total Games Average
Huntsville 98,372 28 3,513
Knoxville 95,563 28 3,412
Fayetteville 93,056 28 3,323
Pensacola 84,433 28 3,015
Columbus 79,116 28 2,825
Mississippi 71,360 28 2,548
Louisiana 50,971 28 1,820
Augusta 45,853 28 1,637
League 618,724 224 2,762

President's Cup playoffsEdit

  1st Round 2nd Round Finals
                                               
1  Mississippi Surge 4 8 3* 2 3  
6  Knoxville Ice Bears 6 1 2 4 1    
    1  Mississippi Surge 3 4* 5 x x
  2  Augusta Riverhawks 2 3 1 x x
  3  Huntsville Havoc 2 4 x  
4  Columbus Cottonmouths 4 5 x  
4  Columbus Cottonmouths 0 7 2
 
  2  Augusta Riverhawks 3 2 3  
5  Pensacola Ice Flyers 2 4 2
  2  Augusta Riverhawks 5 2 6  

* indicates overtime game.

FinalsEdit

All times are local

April 12, 2011
7:05 PM
Augusta 2 – 3
(1–2, 0–0, 1–1)
Mississippi Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Biloxi, MS
Attendance: 1,077
April 13, 2011
7:05 PM
Augusta 3 – 4 OT
(0–0, 1–3, 0–2, 0–1)
Mississippi Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Biloxi, MS
Attendance: 1,291
April 15, 2011
7:30 PM
Mississippi 5 – 1
(1–0, 2–0, 2–1)
Augusta James Brown Arena, Augusta, GA
Attendance: 2,251

AwardsEdit

The SPHL All-Rookie team was announced March 24, 2011, followed by the All-SPHL teams on March 25, Defenseman of the Year on March 28, Goaltender of the Year on March 29, Rookie of the Year on March 30, Coach of the Year on March 31, and MVP on April 1.[5]

President's Cup: Mississippi Surge
Coffey Trophy: Mississippi Surge
League MVP: Matt Auffrey (Augusta)[1]
Rookie of the Year: Chris Wilson (Pensacola)[6]
Defenseman of the Year: Mark van Vliet (Knoxville)[7]
Goaltender of the Year: Mark Sibbald (Huntsville)[8]
Coach of the Year: Brad Ralph (Augusta)[9]

All-SPHL selectionsEdit

1st Team All-SPHL[10]

Flag of Canada F Chris Leveille (Fayetteville)
Flag of Canada F Chris Wilson (Pensacola)
Flag of the United States F Matt Auffrey (Augusta)
Flag of Canada D Mark van Vliet (Knoxville)
Flag of Canada D Omar Pacha (Huntsville)
Flag of Canada G Mark Sibbald (Huntsville)

2nd Team All-SPHL[11]

Flag of the United States F Beau McLaughlin (Louisiana)
Flag of Canada F Michael Richard (Mississippi)
Flag of the United States F Frank Furdero (Knoxville)
Flag of the United States D Jack Wolgemuth (Mississippi)
Flag of the United States D Luke Lucyk (Augusta)
Flag of Canada G Jon Olthuis (Augusta)

All-Rookie Team[12]

Flag of Canada F Chris Wilson (Pensacola)
Flag of Canada F Neil Graham (Augusta)
Flag of Canada F Branden Kosolofsky (Augusta)
Flag of Canada D Omar Pacha (Huntsville)
Flag of Canada D Dan Ehrman (Pensacola)
Flag of Canada G Jon Olthuis (Augusta)

Team PhotosEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Augusta's Matt Auffrey Voted SBK Most Valuable Player. Press release (April 1, 2011). Retrieved on 03 April 2011.
  2. Hockey Returning To Augusta, GA In 2010. TheSPHL.com (February 3, 2010). Retrieved on February 3, 2010.
  3. Byler, Billy (March 13, 2010). Fans pick River Hawks as hockey team's nickname. Augusta Chronicle. Archived from the original on 2011-04-16. Retrieved on October 30, 2010.
  4. SPHL Standings. Pointstreak.com. Retrieved on 27 March 2011.
  5. SPHL Awards Schedule Announced. Press release (March 21, 2011). Retrieved on 27 March 2011.
  6. Pensacola's Chris Wilson Named SBK Rookie of the Year. Press release (March 30, 2011). Retrieved on 30 March 2011.
  7. Knoxville's Mark Van Vliet Named SBK Defenseman of the Year. Press release (March 28, 2011). Retrieved on 28 March 2011.
  8. Huntsville's Mark Sibbald Named SBK Goaltender of the Year. Press release (March 29, 2011). Retrieved on 29 March 2011.
  9. Augusta's Brad Ralph Named SBK Coach of the Year. Press release (March 31, 2010). Retrieved on 31 March 2010.
  10. All-SPHL First Team Announced. Press release (March 25, 2011). Retrieved on 27 March 2010.
  11. All-SPHL Second Team Announced. Press release (March 25, 2011). Retrieved on 27 March 2011.
  12. SPHL Names All-Rookie Team. Press release (March 24, 2011). Retrieved on 27 March 2011.



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