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The '''Macon Mayhem''' are a future [[Southern Professional Hockey League]] team based in [[Macon, Georgia]] and play in the [[Macon Coliseum]]. The team was formerly the [[Augusta RiverHawks]], who suspended operations for the 2013-14 season due to ice system failure at [[James Brown Arena]].
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The '''Macon Mayhem''' are a [[Southern Professional Hockey League]] team based in [[Macon, Georgia]] and play in the [[Macon Coliseum]]. The team was formerly the [[Augusta RiverHawks]], who suspended operations for the 2013-14 season due to ice system failure at [[James Brown Arena]].
   
 
==History==
 
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{{Main|Augusta RiverHawks}}
 
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Talks of relocation started in October 2013, when the RiverHawks, the city of Augusta, and Global Spectrum failed to reach an agreement on replacing the James Brown Arena's ice system at a cost of $1.2 million; additionally, the team, city officials and arena officials could not reach a settlement regarding the 8 home games lost due to the ice system's failure. Team owner Bob Kerzner had not initially considered relocating to Macon; however Macon Centreplex officials had contacted the league, showing interest in bringing a team, either by expansion or relocation, to Macon. On June 17, the Macon-Bibb Commission approved a five-year deal for the RiverHawks in the Coliseum. On June 25, the RiverHawks made their move to Macon official, unveiling their colors and logo. The team will not take to the ice until the 2015-16 SPHL season, allowing the team to establish its business relations and fanbase in Central Georgia.<ref name="Mayhem Macon Telegraph">{{cite web|last1=Seibel|first1=Ron|title=Macon Mayhem to hit ice in 2015|url=http://www.macon.com/2014/06/25/3167697/macon-mayhem-to-hit-ice-in-2015.html?sp=/99/100/&ihp=1|publisher=Macon Telegraph|accessdate=25 June 2014}}</ref><ref name="Mayhem SPHL">{{cite web|title=SPHL Approves RiverHawks’ Move To Macon, GA For 2015-2016 Season|url=http://www.thesphl.com/view/thesphl/news/news_158472|publisher=The SPHL|accessdate=25 June 2014}}</ref>
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Talks of relocation started in October 2013, when the RiverHawks, the city of Augusta, and Global Spectrum failed to reach an agreement on replacing the James Brown Arena's ice system at a cost of $1.2 million; additionally, the team, city officials and arena officials could not reach a settlement regarding the 8 home games lost due to the ice system's failure. Team owner Bob Kerzner had not initially considered relocating to Macon; however, Macon Centreplex officials had contacted the league, showing interest in bringing a team, either by expansion or relocation, to Macon. On June 17, the Macon-Bibb Commission approved a five-year deal for the RiverHawks in the Coliseum. On June 25, the RiverHawks made their move to Macon official, unveiling their colors and logo. The team will not take to the ice until the 2015-16 SPHL season, allowing the team to establish its business relations and fanbase in Central Georgia.<ref name="Mayhem Macon Telegraph">{{cite web|last1=Seibel|first1=Ron|title=Macon Mayhem to hit ice in 2015|url=http://www.macon.com/2014/06/25/3167697/macon-mayhem-to-hit-ice-in-2015.html?sp=/99/100/&ihp=1|publisher=Macon Telegraph|accessdate=25 June 2014}}</ref><ref name="Mayhem SPHL">{{cite web|title=SPHL Approves RiverHawks’ Move To Macon, GA For 2015-2016 Season|url=http://www.thesphl.com/view/thesphl/news/news_158472|publisher=The SPHL|accessdate=25 June 2014}}</ref>
   
 
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| 2020-21 || 42 || 32 || 6 || 4 || 68 || 134 || 84 || '''1st Place''' || Lost Final
 
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Latest revision as of 09:30, 16 May 2021

Macon Mayhem
Macon mayhem logo.gif
City: Macon, Georgia
League: Southern Professional Hockey League
Founded: 2010
Operated: 2010-present
Home Arena: Macon Coliseum
Colors: Blue, Red, White
Owner(s): Bob Kerzner
Head Coach: Kevin Kerr
Media: Macon Telegraph
Franchise history
2010-2014: Augusta RiverHawks
2015-present: Macon Mayhem
Championships
Regular Season Titles: 2011-12, 2020-21

The Macon Mayhem are a Southern Professional Hockey League team based in Macon, Georgia and play in the Macon Coliseum. The team was formerly the Augusta RiverHawks, who suspended operations for the 2013-14 season due to ice system failure at James Brown Arena.

History[]

Augusta RiverHawks (2010-2014)
Main article: Augusta RiverHawks
Macon Mayhem (2015-present)

Talks of relocation started in October 2013, when the RiverHawks, the city of Augusta, and Global Spectrum failed to reach an agreement on replacing the James Brown Arena's ice system at a cost of $1.2 million; additionally, the team, city officials and arena officials could not reach a settlement regarding the 8 home games lost due to the ice system's failure. Team owner Bob Kerzner had not initially considered relocating to Macon; however, Macon Centreplex officials had contacted the league, showing interest in bringing a team, either by expansion or relocation, to Macon. On June 17, the Macon-Bibb Commission approved a five-year deal for the RiverHawks in the Coliseum. On June 25, the RiverHawks made their move to Macon official, unveiling their colors and logo. The team will not take to the ice until the 2015-16 SPHL season, allowing the team to establish its business relations and fanbase in Central Georgia.[1][2]

Season-by-season record[]

Southern Professional Hockey League

Season GP W L OL PTS GF GA Finish Playoffs
2015-16 56 24 27 5 53 138 157 8th place Lost Quarterfinals
2016-17 56 37 13 6 80 178 146 1st place Won Championship
2017-18 56 33 16 7 73 214 174 2nd place Lost Semifinals
2018-19 56 27 24 5 59 160 156 6th place Lost Quarterfinals
2019-20 47 17 24 6 40 115 156 T-8th place Season cancelled prior to end of season
2020-21 42 32 6 4 68 134 84 1st Place Lost Final

References[]

  1. Macon Mayhem to hit ice in 2015. Macon Telegraph. Retrieved on 25 June 2014.
  2. SPHL Approves RiverHawks’ Move To Macon, GA For 2015-2016 Season. The SPHL. Retrieved on 25 June 2014.