Looking forward to the future.

The Federal Prospects Hockey League is in the middle of it's Covid/Team shortened season with four teams playing out the year; Carolina Thunderbirds, Columbus River Dragons, Elmira Enforcers and Port Huron Prowlers competing. Looking ahead to the future the league is excited about expansion with Bloomington and Motor City on the horizon.

These two new clubs will be bringing competitive, entertaining hockey to their communities at family friendly prices. This past spring the Motor City Rockers revealed three amazing concept uniforms complete with hidden tuning across the front of the jersey. If you don't believe us, look it up, you will find it plays out a tune that is very familiar to hockey fans across the globe. You are all in for a Rockin good time!

The Delaware Thunder chose to go dormant for this season and had their players dispersed in a draft however they are now beginning to get things rolling and are currently looking for more players to fill out their roster. Players and goaltenders with  NCAA, Canadian University or Major Junior experience will be considered, high priority will go to those with pro experience on their resume. You can inquire with the Thunder via the teams website www.delawarethunder.com

Keep your eyes and ears open this summer as more announcements are expected to come regarding the leagues newest expansion franchise in Bloomington, Illinois. New team logo, new colors and uniforms will debut in the near future. Don't forget to follow the league on Twitter & Facebook for all of your FPHL news and needs.