HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - It wasn't the outcome they wanted, but the Huntsville Havoc are still in the running for their second Southern Professional Hockey League title.
The Havoc lost to the Peoria Rivermen in a sold-out game in Huntsville Friday night. They trailed throughout the game with a final score of 2-3.
However, the Havoc beat the Macon Mayhem in Georgia last week. This means they will play the Rivermen again in Illinois on Sunday for a best-of three game to determine the President's Cup champion.
If the Cardiac Pack wins Sunday, it will be their second championship since 2010.
It was a tight game, and the havoc kept their hopes up for a different outcome. The Rivermen maintained a single-point lead for most of the night, The first period ended 1-2. The Havoc tried to narrow that gap the the second period, but they ended up trading goals to maintain the single-point difference. And it stayed that way until the end.
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