Breaking the Ice
By: "The Armchair Assassin"
Updated: Coming Soon

Minor League Roundup
By: Kyle Bender
Updated: Coming Soon

UHL Matchup Preview
By: Ryan Messick
Updated: 12/04/02

UHL Player of the Month
By: Ryan Messick
Updated: 12/05/02

UHL Team Profile
By: Ken McNulty
Updated: 12/05/02

Weekly Trade Analysis
By: Steve Davey
Updated: Coming Soon

   
 
 
With roughly half the UHL season behind us, it's time to look back and reflect on what has been the most balanced year of UHL play in the three year history of the league. Through 17 games, the league leading Redhawks and Hornets have 24 points. There are nine UHL teams with 20 or more points and a total of 17 UHL teams with 15 or more points. So needless to say, this is still anyone's race. In prior UHL seasons, there were always just a handful of teams that have walked away with the league's regular season title and the Presidents trophy. There are still UHL teams that are destined to finish well below teams like the Redhawks and Hornets, but even for these teams there is hope. Many UHL teams who were 'bottom feeders' last season, are at the head of the class this season. If those teams follow the lead of the bottom feeders before them, they too could be in contention next season. The UHL is a league in which a team that finished poorly one year, can be a cup contender the next. We expect to see a tough battle for 1st place for the rest of the year.
                  

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