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Port Huron Prowlers off to busy start this off-season

By Joseph Hayes

The Port Huron Prowlers were one of the hottest teams in the Federal Prospects Hockey League when it all came to an abrupt halt this spring.

Not only were the Prowlers making a climb up the standings, they appeared to be on the way to making a challenge for the league title.

But that was all for naught when the games came to a close because of the pandemic sweeping the world.

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Instead, like other sports leagues, the Prowlers would have to make the most of what had been gained during this season and somehow hope it translated into next year.

For player, coach and general manager Joe Pace, all he could hope was that momentum continued as he embarked on his off-season plan to continue building toward a championship.

When he last left McMorran Arena there appeared to be plenty of momentum to go around, as all of the seats have been replaced with the former seats from the Palace of Auburn Hills.

In addition, Pace has already announced the resigning of a couple players and the addition of another.

Now hear from Pace, as he discusses with Joseph Hayes about what you can expect from the Prowlers in upcoming months.

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