Havoc Drop Two To Peoria
HUNTSVILLE, AL - The Huntsville Havoc dropped back-to-back one goal games to Peoria losing 3-2 on Friday night and 2-1 on Saturday night. The Havoc have now lost 11 games in a row but eight of those 11 have been by just one goal.
Havoc Fall Twice To Fayetteville
HUNTSVILLE, AL - The Huntsville Havoc fell at home 2-1 in overtime to the Fayetteville FireAntz on Friday before dropping a 4-1 decision on the road Saturday night to Fayetteville.
Ice Flyers Give up 6 Goals to Havoc in 6-1 Loss
HUNTSVILLE, AL - The Pensacola Ice Flyers and Huntsville Havoc met for the first time on Friday night following the three-man trade that landed Nick Lazorko in Pensacola. It was a night that belonged to the last place team as the Havoc defeated the Ice Flyers with a final score of 6-1.
Havoc Drops Back-To-Back Games To Columbus
HUNTSVILLE, AL - The Huntsville Havoc dropped back-to-back games against the Columbus Cottonmouths, falling 2-0 at home on Friday night and 2-1 in Columbus on Saturday night.
'I Love Police:' Lone demonstrator garners honks of support
Honks of support filled the air in Huntsville, all for a man with a homemade sign and a message.
Havoc Road Struggles Continue
HUNTSVILLE, AL - The Huntsville Havoc dropped fell in a shootout to the Knoxville Ice Bears at home on Thursday night before falling in back-to-back road games to the Louisiana Ice Gators on Friday and Saturday. The Havoc are now 0-6-1 on the road.
Man called 'hero' by neighbors after fire in Huntsville
One man is being called a hero by his neighbors after an overnight apartment fire in Huntsville.
Joe Davis Stadium could be demolished in 2015; city eyes site for new indoor sports facility
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. ? Joe Davis Stadium was once considered the gem of the Southern League. Soon, it could be reduced to rubble. Our news partners Al.com/The Huntsville Times report the 30-year-old ballpark could be demolished in late 2015. The Huntsville Stars, now the Biloxi Shuckers, will move to Biloxi in 2015. However, the new stadium [?]
Huntsville brewery kicks off 2014 Iron Bowl with "Alegating" party
Saturday marks a huge day in college football when number one ranked Alabama takes on Auburn in the 2014 Iron Bowl.
Ten Commandments Judge: City ?Foolish? for Allowing Atheist, Wiccan Prayers at Council Meetings
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. ? Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, also known as the Ten Commandments Judge, is reprimanding the city of Huntsville for its prayer policy at city council meetings, which allows for atheists and Wiccans to lead the invocation. ?We?re having prayers [by] atheists? We?re having Wiccans say prayers? How foolish can we [?]